The Rodriguez family had six children.
They were very loving parents.
However, in 2013, a disaster struck.
The mother passed away because she couldn’t fight cancer.
Only the eldest daughter, Samantha, remembers her mother well because all the other children were too young.
After her mother’s passing, it was Samantha who helped her father raise the younger children.
The man tried to do everything to make the children feel comfortable and not miss their mother.
But then fate decided to play another cruel trick on the Rodriguez family.
The dad fell seriously ill, and after a thorough examination, he was diagnosed with lymphoma.
Samantha dropped out of school to take care of her father and the younger children.
It was the most challenging period since their mother had passed away.
At that moment, the child protective authorities wanted to take all the underage children to an orphanage, but Samantha couldn’t allow it.
Her brothers and sisters were the only family she had left.
The young girl received help from their grandmother, who, despite being elderly, gave Samantha advice to help her take care of the children.
After their parents’ deaths, the family received an allowance, but those funds were not sufficient, so Samantha got a job as a waitress.
When things improved, Samantha managed to finish school and go to college.
At home, her adult sisters helped the girl.
Samantha tries to be a good example for her sisters and brother.
The children love their older sister and call her “mom-dad.”