Pregnancy is a game mechanic and multiple-day event that begins after a successful " Try for Baby " interaction between two Sims of the opposite sex, and ends with the pregnant female Sim giving birth to one or more newborn babies. Pregnancy brings many physical and lifestyle changes to the pregnant Sim, including increasing body size, faster-decreasing motives , and forced maternity leave from work. Pregnancy was introduced as a game feature in The Sims 2 , and has appeared in each subsequent game. Prior to The Sims 2 , kissing or playing in bed [ TS:LL ] were the only interactions that could result in two Sims having a child - and the player could usually say yes or no to that.
Making a baby in "The Sims 3" is the easy part; trying to influence its gender during the pregnancy is a completely separate beast, especially while trying to keep mom-to-be happy. Although there is no way to guarantee you'll get a baby girl instead of a boy, there are a few actions your Sim can take in an attempt to tip the odds. Although your Sim's future sleeping schedule would argue against the idea, you don't have to be married or even be in a romantic relationship to make a baby with another Sim.
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