Okay, so I've run into this problem before and I wonder if someone can help me. I'm not an incredible builder, but I always make sure that there are empty spaces on the second floor of a house. Despite this, if the toddlers room is on the 2nd floor of the house, no one can seem to actually pick up a toddler there. The adults go downstairs and the toddler walks/crawls to the top of the stairs and just stands there.
Can anyone let me know why this might be happening to me? I made sure that there wasn't roof clipping into the room but it's difficult as it doesn't show the roof, but still there is free space on the landing big enough for a sim to pick up a toddler.
At the moment I'm having to teleport the toddler to the lower level of the house just so they can be put into bed. My sims will feed and teach to talk on the second floor, but will not do anything that requires them to pick up the baby (teach to use the toilet or put in crib) without first going downstairs. How large a space do they need? Is there something else that might be on the second floor which is making this action impossible?
I'm resigned at this point to remodelling my sims house again just to ensure that parents and the babies/toddlers can always be on the first floor of a home.
For information: The house has a foundation. No one complains of any routing errors on the second floor. There is a 1 tile wide staircase. The toddlers room has only a crib, peg box, toilet, teddy bear and xylophone in it. The parents can take the toddler out of the crib and place them on the floor for feeding. Once picked up on the first floor, they have no problems putting the toddler down on the second floor on the toilet (which is immediately next to the wall where any roofing would be) without a routing error of any kind. I'm stumped.
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