How to get your Sim back from the Social Worker (Sims 3)

You can do something about it but it will require some work, patience and cheats πŸ™‚

First, you need to check at what age the Social Worker took your Sim.

If the social worker took your sim as a child, congratulations, you are in luck.

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5 thoughts on “How to get your Sim back from the Social Worker (Sims 3)

  1. Mac says:

    When the social worker took my children they would not age (so frustrating!), even with aging on. This is especially frustrating since the parent was a single parent who died. Not that having the baby age would help me in this aspect. Since the baby was a toddler, he didn’t know any of his family members. So no one is available to call him. I also tried having a family member adopt him, but the kids don’t get placed in the adoption pool in the Sims 3. So when I tried to adopt another male toddler I got a randomly generated sim. I miss Sims 2 when I could just use the Get Family Member cheat. First no nanny, now this. What were the creators thinking?

    1. Cee says:

      wow. at least I’m not the only one who thinks the Sims 2 was way better than Sims 3. I hope the creators fix these bugs first before thinking of Sims 4. thanks for dropping by πŸ™‚

  2. AnonymousSimmer says:

    I had a weird dream last night where I was in a Sims 2/Sims 3 hybrid and my couple’s three kids got taken away, so I had my dad Sim try to catch the social worker while she was in front of her car and perform a “Beg for kids back” interaction. Then I woke up.

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