How do kids get Stardew?

Answered by Edward Huber

To have kids in Stardew Valley, you first need to have a spouse. This can be either a wife or a husband, depending on your character’s gender and personal preference. Finding a spouse can be a fun and exciting part of the game, as you get to know the various eligible bachelors and bachelorettes in the town.

To get married, you’ll need to build a relationship with one of the eligible characters by talking to them daily, giving them gifts they like, and completing quests for them. As your relationship progresses, you’ll eventually have the option to propose marriage. Once you’re married, you can start thinking about having children.

In order to have kids, your spouse needs to be happy. This means they should have at least 12 hearts with you, which is a measure of their affection towards you. You can increase your spouse’s affection by continuing to talk to them, giving them gifts they love, and completing tasks for them.

Once your spouse is happy and has at least 12 hearts, you can start thinking about building a nursery. To do this, you’ll need to visit Robin’s Shop, which is located in the Carpenter’s Shop in the northeast corner of Pelican Town. Robin is the town’s carpenter and can help you with various construction projects.

To build the nursery, you’ll need to upgrade your house. The second house upgrade, also known as the Big Barn, adds the nursery to your home. This upgrade requires 50,000 gold and 150 hardwood. Gold can be earned by selling crops, fish, or other items you collect in the game. Hardwood can be obtained by chopping down large stumps or by using a pickaxe on a fallen tree in the Secret Woods.

Once you have the nursery built, you and your spouse will have the option to have children. Children in Stardew Valley are randomly generated and will have a combination of your and your spouse’s physical appearance. They will also grow up over time and eventually start helping out on the farm.

Having children in Stardew Valley adds another layer of depth and responsibility to the game. They can be a joy to raise and watch grow, but they also require attention and care. As they grow older, they can help out with farm chores and even provide you with gifts.

Having children in Stardew Valley is a rewarding experience that adds another dimension to the game. It requires building a strong relationship with your spouse and investing time and resources into creating a nurturing environment for your family.