How to find and use The Sims 4 Growing Together baby carrier

The sims 4: growing together baby carrier
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The Sims 4 Growing Together baby carrier can be hugely useful for families on-the-go. It's one of many new content drops among milestones, power-walking, and the ability to build a treehouse, and you can find a full rundown of everything new in The Sims 4: Growing Together in another one of our guides.

But some people might have had trouble tracking down the baby carrier. As a wearable accessory, it sounds like something you might find in The Sims 4 build-buy mode, or even in Create-A-Sim. If you're desperate to take your little one out for a stroll around San Sequoia, here's how to find and use the baby carrier in The Sims 4.

The sims 4: growing together and infants

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How to get the Sims 4: Growing Together baby carrier

To use the baby carrier in The Sims 4, you actually don't need to purchase anything. With the parent sim selected, click on your household infant and navigate to the Baby Care menu. You might have to click "More Choices…" to find it. When you click on Baby Care, you should see "Put in Back Carrier" as one of your options. Select it, and there you have it: one baby on your back, ready to be taken for a walk whenever you want. It's also a good way to keep your little one close, as infants can't crawl or walk in Growing Together at first.

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Jasmine Gould-Wilson
Staff Writer, GamesRadar+

Jasmine is a staff writer at GamesRadar+. Raised in Hong Kong and having graduated with an English Literature degree from Queen Mary, University of London in 2017, her passion for entertainment writing has taken her from reviewing underground concerts to blogging about the intersection between horror movies and browser games. Having made the career jump from TV broadcast operations to video games journalism during the pandemic, she cut her teeth as a freelance writer for global publications TheGamer and TechRadar Gaming before accepting a full-time role at GamesRadar+. Whether Jasmine is researching the latest in gaming litigation for a news piece, writing how-to guides for The Sims 4, or extolling the necessity of a Resident Evil: CODE Veronica remake, you'll probably find her listening to metalcore at the same time.