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Blanco family
Name Blanco family
Number of generations 3 generations
Family connections Capeland family, Romero family

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Blanco family
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The Blanco's are a creative family who excel in the arts. Between Christina doing paintings, Ryan playing the guitar and their daughter Aurora playing the violin and their son Max drawing pictures on his activity table, what will their eldest son Riley grow up to do?
Name Blanco family
Members Christina Blanco, Ryan Blanco, Riley Blanco, Aurora Blanco, Max Blanco, Kira Blanco, Cherry Blanco
Number of generations 3 generations
Family connections Capeland family, Romero family
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Game TS4 Icon The Sims 4
Playability Playable
World Willow Creek
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The Blanco family is a household featured in Willow Creek, from The Sims 4 base game.

Background and originsEdit

The first known members of the Blanco family were the parents of Christina Blanco who lived in a town distant from Willow Creek and Oasis Springs. Christina was also known to have had a sister who also still lived in the distant town.

Christina moved to Willow Creek where she met her soon to be husband, Ryan Capeland. Eventually, Christina and Ryan got married on the exception that they get married to the surname Blanco instead of Capeland. Soon they moved into a house together and had three children who consisted of Riley, Aurora and Max. Riley would grow up to marry his lifetime best-friend Kira Romero and they would have a daughter together who they named Cherry Blanco.



  • The Blanco family's name comes from the word for the shade White in Spanish. This is because Christina Blanco is a painter and she always starts her paintings with a White (Blanco) canvas.