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Sekemoto family
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Sekemoto family
Description
Yumi Sekemoto has recently moved in with her son, Leighton, to help him raise his toddler, Sam.
Name Sekemoto family
Members Yumi Sekemoto, Leighton Sekemoto, Sam Sekemoto
Number of generations 3 generations
Lot 24 Sim Lane
Funds §2,550
Difficulty level Difficulty3
Other Information
Game TS3 Icon The Sims 3
Playability Playable
Neighborhood Sunset Valley

The Sekemoto Family is a small family introduced in The Sims 3. Yumi Sekemoto moves in with her son Leighton so she can help him bring up his toddler, Sam. They have §2,550 Simoleons in household funds when first played. Depending on the gameplay, Yumi Sekemoto dies eventually, leaving Leighton and Sam to fend for themselves.

Onomatology

Sekemoto: A possible reference to Sakamoto-San owner of the 5 star Diner in Japan. Sekimoto, spelled with an "i", is also a common Japanese last name.
Yumi Sekemoto: From the Japanese word for "archery bow", it can also come from "reason", "friend" or "archery bow" combined with "beautiful".
Leighton Sekemoto: (Yumi's son) Variant of "Layton", a surname which means "settlement with a leek garden".
Sam Sekemoto: (Yumi's grandson) Short for either "Samuel" or "Samson". Samuel means "name of God" or "God has heard", and Samson means "sun".

Family tree

Sekemoto Family Tree

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The Sekemoto home

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