So I've been thinking this for a very long time and never found a decent (*cough* safe *cough*) place to actually voice it. Twitter's 140 limit is just not enough Anyway. We are all going to be on some level missing toddlers, even I, but I actually think this is a good thing tbh. Assuming the devs decide to bring them back (even via a paid expansion pack) then people might need to realize it poses a very interesting opportunity. I remember watching Lifesimmer and she mentioned something that never dawned on me before. She remarked that "she wished Toddlers could interact with one another" and then I thought In both Sims 2 and 3, what exactly CAN they do? Other than being a nuisance to take care off. I mean you had those xylophones and that talking creepy rabbit and everything. But that was it. You could maybe attack them with a claw but they were always a background thing. They were, quite frankly. Boring. Although there was a great dela of satisfaction when they finally got potty trained. I think with the exclusion of toddlers in Sims 4, the devs can actually EXPAND their roles and make them even MORE interesting to play as. They could have a unique one off aspiration to get the basic skills (Potty, Walking, Talking) but be able to interact with one another, and just, have more to do. The devs would technically have more time to focus on that if they brought a new version of Generations. They coudl also add "Teens".. but that's just wishful thinking .. I think they should add a shorter sims to be Teens and the current Teens made into "Students" for University, because they way Sims 2 handled University was 100% better than Sims 3. It was fun in Sims 3, but from a game's point of view it was rather pointless to send a young adult sim to study to get their degree that virtually didn't do anything for several reasons. Anyway, I had to get this stuff out in the open for some reason xD this forum is great, What do you guys think?