Wendy is the mature one. Growing up in a lower-middle class family with two younger brothers, she had to grow up quickly to help her mother with the extra work load. She never really had a childhood, and, to be honest, it didn’t bother her. It was her responsibility; she was always known for her maternal instincts and levelheadedness, even for being a bit of a goodie two-shoes. But when she applies for a job for helping around the Pierce house, she doesn’t know the affect that it will have on her life.