|The widow Tuula lost her husband Gatimu when he tried to save a jaguar drowning in the ocean. Rather than withdraw after her husband's death, she stayed the open and warm person she always had been. Left to raise two children on her own, she loves to entertain visitors, but wonders if Linje Talani will ever come calling.|
|Members||Tuula Tiani, Baakir Tiani, Olabisi Tiani, Gatimu Tiani|
|Number of generations||2 generations|
|Game||The Sims Castaway Stories|
The Tiani family is a native family present in the freeplay Wanmami Island neighborhood that ships with The Sims Castaway Stories. This family of three consists of an upbeat single mother looking for love, a somber, studious teenager and an energetic toddler determined to follow in her big brother's footsteps. They live in what the natives have come to call the Big House.
Tiani - made-up word that could be from the Hawaiian words Ti, a flowering plant native to Hawaii and ani, meaning "to beckon, wave". Also a feminine given name meaning "Fairy queen", "princess" or "rainbow".
Tuula - Common feminine Finnish name meaning "wind".
Gatimu - Masculine African name meaning "spear".
Baakir - Masculine African name meaning "eldest, first born".
Olabisi - Feminine African name meaning "joy increases" or "joy and honor is increasing".