The previous evening Lifetime publicized Mommy’s Little Girl, a film that gave me yet another reason not to have kids. That is to say, in the event that I did I wouldn’t hand them off to be raised by a startlingly moralistic grandma who might scar the tyke forever, yet you never realize what may happen.
For this situation, the main “little girl,” Sadie, was raised by her fatherly grandma amidst no place. (What’s more, by her granddad additionally, until he tumbled down the storm cellar stairs and Sadie picked not to offer him, some assistance with longing story.) Her mom was a dipsomaniac and her dad kicked the bucket in a bike mishap. Then again, Grandma tells Sadie things like “take after allurements and you merit what you get.” So she’s not an incredible alternative either.