Hi all! I was playing with my toddlers and one of them decided to knock her food onto the ground for the third time in a row. :upset I feel like just "lecturing" them isn't enough. So I was wondering if someone would like to create a mod that enables a parent to punish their child with interactions such as: "Time Out" "Take toy away" "No dessert" "Spank" And then of course, having the toddlers react to punishment to give it added realism. I wish I knew how to create mods, but alas, I can only request at this point. I would be most grateful if someone could maybe pick this project up? I'd be more than happy to give ideas or suggestions (: Thanks!!
Post by alexandreia on Apr 5, 2017 18:11:39 GMT -5
OMG! I completely agree! I was so hoping that Sims 4 might actually include a USEFUL discipline option. I had a toddler do this as well and find it ridiculous my Adult sim can DO NOTHING useful to change the behavior. Allowing the toddler to misbehave/refuse food to the point I was getting a warning shed be taken away because of hunger. (Even though I was giving her food!) The only options we current have are under Anger or mean in adult reactions.
“Go Away” Not really useful ever.
“Yell at” Well this obvious is not going to help.
Lecture on Misbehavior also does nothing. They could at least improve Scolding and remove it from the ANGRY menu. Oh and NOT expect the Adult to APOLOGIZE to the toddler after disciplining them! (Particularly when some toddlers YELL back and even hit The grown up or other kids) Useful Specified scolding would be good. For example scolding when they first start to play in the food SHOULD have at least a chance of STOPPING them from dumping their food in the first place. “Time out" would be great 97% of the times discipline is needed, But with a toddler in a highchair who NEEDS to eat Now I think that "Take toy away" would be better. I actualy Love the idea of "Take away toy" as an option. Because I was also thinking it would be nice if they added a set of comfort/special toys/items Teddy Bear, Stuffed animal, Toy, Blanket, Pacifier. “Fussy” or “Clingy” Toddler Would react differently than “Wild” or “Silly” ones. Overall I would like the adults to have an option to discipline bad behavior, reward good AND overall have that parent/toddler relationship affect the kind of kid they grow into. I find it a little disheartening if the Toddler constantly tended to grows up no differently then the ones who basic needs were barley looked at.
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