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- Developer: Last Day Of Work
- Publisher: Last Day Of Work
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release: Dec 6, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Troublesome child, help Please!
This is super long but plz help me out. I have a child named Yotta, age 4, and she will not quit being bad ! She won't stop throwing rocks, jumping on the bed, drawing on the walls, and flipping the lights on and off. I have scolded her multiple times and I don't know what to do. This may be wrong but I locked her in her room by putting a couch in her doorway. I thought about giving her sleeping pills to make her sleep and hope she wakes up better. Help please?!
Answer from: Foxy
I think your best bet would be to keep her occupied. If she has siblings, drag her to them to get them to play together. You could get her to do chores around the house/yard, or get her to watch TV. Just my advice. Hope it helps! :)
Answer from: C1
I had a child named Lulu and every time I went on to the game she was drawing on the walls and throwing rocks so I locked her in her room by blocking the exit and next time I went on she was better hope this helps
Answer from: Virtualfamgirl
Don't scold her as she will be depressed. Make her do other things and praise her for them. Yes playing which siblings does help. Don't lock her in her room as it won't really help. Boost her happiness. HIH
Answer from: Wilson
I, too have had horrible children. Last gen, I had a girl named Saphina. OMG, she was as bad as Yotta! I just dragged her away and tried to occupy her with other things. Then I just waited till Saphina was a teen, as I had 5 other kids. Good luck, and tell Yotta I said she better behave well!
Answer from: SisterCat
Please do not lock Yotta in her room and scold her so much. That will only make her be more bad and depressed. Instead, try to reinforce her bad behaviors by dragging her away from whatever she is doing and drop her on a toy or something and then praising her for playing. This always works for me. HIH!