For 19 years, a mother has been caring for her 10-month-old daughterBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/for-19-years-a-mother-has-been-caring-for-her-10-month-old-daughter
Daisy Rainey is completely dependent on her mother, father and older brother. Despite the fact that the girl looks like an adult, she sucks a pacifier, walks in diapers, can't eat and dress on her own. A 19-year-old British woman behaves like a baby, constantly suffering from epileptic seizures. Parents are forced to monitor her 24 hours a day, going into her room four times a night to adjust the blanket and give a pacifier. Find out what's going on with the girl from our material.53-year-old Annie and 56-year-old Nick had to install a baby monitor in their adult daughter's room to monitor when she wakes up in the middle of the night. 19-year-old Daisy behaves like a one-year-old baby, despite the developed body.
Family from Cardiff is looking for an answer to the question of what has been happening to their daughter for two decades. Every specialist they turn to throws up his hands. The mother even wrote a story about the harsh reality and heartache in raising her daughter called "Daisy can't Talk" ("Daisy Can't Talk"). She wanted people to know how really hard it is to raise such a child for 20 years.
The girl is constantly under the supervision of a neurologist. The family contacted dozens of specialists, but none of them could determine the diagnosis or help in any way.
Despite the fact that Daisy can walk, she plays with toys for the youngest. The mother says that the girl has a good ear for music, and she can accurately reproduce the melody she has heard.
Daisy has very beautiful hair. Her mother would gladly go shopping with her, let her use cosmetics, but it seems that these dreams are not destined to come true.
The girl suffers from epileptic seizures. She screams loudly, being in a mentally unstable state. Parents are going to send their daughter to a boarding school for people with special needs for three years. Mother and father hope that Daisy will get the help of specialists there and maybe learn something. Annie worries about whether her daughter will be able to adapt, but believes in the best.
Unlike Daisy, Nick Smith — one of the smallest people in the world - looks like a toddler, but thinks like an adult. Despite dwarfism with a rare complication, the guy grew up in love and care from childhood, thanks to which he always felt happy.