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Betty, Ronnie's sister, was three years younger than he was. Grandpa, Mom's father, came to live with the family after Betty was born. Mom said he was a "built-in baby-sitter."
By the time Betty started school, she was obviously Grandpa's pet. Many times when she did something wrong, Ronnie was blamed. To tease Ronnie, she would sometimes make believe he had hurt her so Grandpa would scold him.
It wasn't funny to Ronnie. He told himself that it was OK if Grandpa wanted to love her more, but it wasn't fair to pick on him.
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