She tries, with her husband, to instill strong morals in her children.
She is noted as hoping Ruthie will not follow in her footsteps or of her two other daughters and marry too young.
This dog became the Camdens' beloved "Happy." He meets a girl named Deena in sixth grade, and finds out that Eric counseled her family years ago when she was diagnosed with leukemia.
They date for the majority of middle school, but break up on the last day of eighth grade, though they remain friends.
Near the series' end, they graduate from medical school and announce that they are expecting twin boys, who are born the following summer.
Matt and Sarah move to New York to attend medical school, and while there have been problems, they have remained happy together.Annie is quoted in later seasons as saying that she likes Ginger a lot more now that her parents are back together.In an early season, Annie learned of an illegitimate daughter her father had with his high school girlfriend.When asked to say grace before the family had dinner, he even includes a dog request in his prayer.Although his parents do not think he is mature enough for the responsibility of a pet, Annie goes to the pound "just to look" and falls in love with a dog who was scheduled to be euthanized.