By the age of 20, I had lived with almost 30 girls, who each stayed for various lengths of time, generally not less than six weeks.
My Sister Was The Only Person In The World With Her Developmental Disorder And Until She Died, I Defined Myself As Her Caregiver
Kara needed the kind of care an infant requires for her entire life. There were feedings and diaper changes and baths and crying fits. My sister was my pride and joy.