is a lifestyle trait
in The Sims 3
. The trait conflicts with the Dislikes Children
trait, and is first available at childhood
Family-Oriented Sims make great parents. They have big families and enjoy being surrounded by their children.
- Family-Oriented Sim's interactions with family members will have better results.
- These Sims enjoy tending to the needs of babies and toddlers more than other Sims, even if it means a bit (or a lot) of stress.
- A Sim is better at teaching toddler skills like learning how to walk, talk, and use the potty chair, than other Sims without the trait. They can complete these 50% faster.
- Sims have better starting relationships with family members.
- Sims write better children's books than others.
- They are more likely to succeed in the Daycare profession, same with the Nurturing trait[TS3:G].
- 'Talk about Family' social interaction is available.
- If there are children on the lot, Family-Oriented Sims can "Coo Over Children" with other adult Sims.
- Sims often wish to have children and grandchildren.
- Family-oriented Sims enjoy doing laundry.[TS3:A]
- Family-Oriented Sims train and teach toddler skills faster than other Sims.
- If there is a crying infant on the lot the Sim cannot sleep until the infant has been taken care of!
- Family-Oriented Sims are better at tutoring children and teens, which will make their school performance increase faster.
Related Lifetime WishesEdit
Examples of pre-made Sims: Nick Alto, Morgana Wolff, Geoffrey Landgraab, Opal Suarley, Hannah Jones, Gus Hart, Miraj Alvi, and Leighton Sekemoto.
- See also: Category:Family-oriented Sims