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Nursery rhyme and skills[edit source]

According to this thread at MTS, the nursery rhyme does not build Body skill. Instead, a glitch causes the wrong pop-up message to appear when toddlers gain a skill point after singing the rhyme by themselves, so the pop-up says "Body", but the toddler actually gains Charisma. Dharden (talk) 08:12, May 22, 2011 (UTC)

I used SimPE to check the Charisma and Body of a toddler who's learned the rhyme, had him sing it a few times, then checked again. Charisma went up, Body was unchanged at 0.0. This is with a fully patched version of FreeTime. Dharden (talk) 17:32, May 22, 2011 (UTC)

Toddler skills - cooking[edit source]

The article itself even specifies that "cooking" can only be developed using the stove that can only be used by children. It just doesn't belong in the toddler article. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) (UTC) - Please sign your comments with ~~~~

Hmm, you're right. Thanks for the correction! Nikel Talk 07:38, February 7, 2012 (UTC)

Weird statement[edit source]

Is it just me, or does this sentence sound weird?

As well as maximizing hygiene, giving them a bath will maximize social, as toddlers seem to think bath time is the height of the social calendar.

I don't pay much attention to this, so I'm not really sure if toddlers do gain Social by bathing. The thing that bothers me is that "the height of the social calendar" is a quite strange way to imply that they do gain Social. I know I'm exaggerating about a little thing, but I don't think it's quite proper. Cavia (wheek speak) 19:22, March 14, 2013 (UTC)