So apparently my *request* was answered sims can now use diving boards( i havent tried these yet but i've been told they are in the game),swim in the sea THANKYOU SIMS! <3
Hey guys, this is my first forum post so sorry if its sucky ANYway, I think in generations if you can teach teens to drive i think you should be able to teach toddlers/children how to swim, you could include those toddler swim rings that helps to keep them afloat with the leg bits in them( do you guys know what I mean? D: )also armbands and other floatation devices would be so cool! or if not just more swimming interactions , what do you guys think? again sorry if this was bad/un-interessting D: also THANKYOU for taking the time to read my post :3
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That has the potential to be adorable It would be nice for the whole sim family to have some time with the pool instead of leaving toddlers out. It would be an interesting challenge too for those sims who are scared of water
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thanks i love the idea of waterguns you could fire sims as they go down the slip and slide which came with generations they could sometimes completley slide off the side when they get fired in the face by like their lil sis or bro or really anyone if that di happen id be getting pics of their facial expressions!! LOL
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Welcome to the forums Darckat!
The ideas of teaching toddlers to swim is a cute one. They also so need diving boards. Maybe in the next ep after Pets, which I'm so hoping is going to be seasons. Who knows, they may even include swimming in the ocean. (Crossing fingers)
Oh and btw, your siggy is very scary.
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I love this idea. In TS2, I downloaded a CC floaty ring that could be placed at the edges of pools to let toddlers play in the water, but I totally forgot about it till I read your post. I usually don't let my Sims spend much time in the baby/toddler/child age because I find they're pretty boring, but bulking up the cute interactions would do a ton.
Heck, even a kiddie pool would have been great, just something the size of a sandbox that toddlers can play in.
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