This page describes all of Ronnie Anne Santiago's relationships with her family and friends.
Bobby's her older brother, and the two seem to have a good relationship, as he is shown to be very protective of her, and he willingly broke up with Lori, after hearing that Lincoln made her cry. She in turn seems to care for him, though gets annoyed by his lovey dovey behavior with Lori.
In "Shell Shock", it is shown that she removes a splinter from Bobby's finger and washes all his work uniforms.
The two have a good relationship, as she is shown how proud she is of how Ronnie Anne takes initiative. Such as preparing dinner after Maria worked two shifts in "Shell Shock".
In "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", Maria brought her children to visit their extended family, but she was hiding the fact that they were actually moving in with them. Once she finally told them, Bobby was happy with the news, but Ronnie Anne was not. When they talk it over late at night, Maria stated she wouldn't make her move if she didn't want to, and was willing to bring her and Bobby back to Royal Woods. But after Ronnie Anne sees that she has been given a new room, she decides maybe it will be nice being part of a big family.
In "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", Ronnie Anne loves her aunt, uncle, cousins and grandparents, but initially had a hard time dealing with them, due to not used to living with such a large family in one house--however, she eventually had a change of heart, and she, her brother and their mom moved in with the Casagrandes.
Carlota is the only girl from the family that treats Ronnie Anne like a little sister. She offered her in trying new clothes and leg depilation, but Ronnie Anne didn't like any of them.
According to the conversations with Lincoln through video chat, Ronnie Anne likes it when Carlota paints her nails.
Not many of interactions between them were shown.
According to the conversations with Lincoln through video chat, Ronnie Anne is afraid Carlino is going to steal her swim goggles during the trip to the water park.
Carlitos likes imitating Ronnie Anne, much like with the rest of his family.
Rosa loves Ronnie Anne a lot, and gives her lot of food, even if she doesn't want to eat much. Ronnie Anne doesn't like her grandmother's traditional medicine methods, like putting her finger in one's bellybutton to get rid of a stomachache.
Ronnie Anne is Lincoln's other best friend. He was initially bothered by her bullying him in "Heavy Meddle", but after she sends a note apologizing to him, Lincoln begins to see that she may not be such a bad person after all.
In "Save the Date", Lincoln tells a few kids at school that he would rather lick the bathroom floor than kiss Ronnie, but only to hide their relationship. Unfortunately, Ronnie overhears him saying this and is heartbroken about it, which makes Bobby break up with Lori. Lori then forces Lincoln to make it up to Ronnie and fix her relationship by going on a double date with Bobby and Ronnie Anne. While Ronnie is still mad at him at first, she understands his conflict with Lori, stating that she has similar problems with Bobby. Near the end, Lincoln kisses her in front of his classmates. The next day, Ronnie once again hides their relationship by slapping him in the face and seemingly breaking up with him, which she soon reveals to be fake via note.
In "April Fools Rules", Ronnie Anne is coming over on April Fool's Day, the day Luan basically becomes a monster and sets up cruel pranks around the house. To protect her, Lincoln sacrifices himself and ends up setting the pranks, causing severe injury to himself. Ronnie Anne then comes to the house and throws a pie at Luan and offers to draw eyebrows on Lincoln and invites him for a milkshake, saying she was grateful for him protecting her from Luan's pranks and the two head off on their way.
In "Dance Dance Resolution", Lincoln ducks from Ronnie Anne to ensure she doesn't ask him to the Sadie Hawkin's Dance, not because he doesn't like her, but because he wanted to go to the arcade that night instead. When Luan, Lucy, Lynn, and Luna each get him a date to the dance and he sees Ronnie Anne is at the dance as well, he tries to avoid her because he fears he will hurt her feelings if she finds out he went to the dance without her. When she finds him, she states she actually never wanted to ask him to the dance but rather to go to the arcade with her. Upon learning he was avoiding her all day, she forgives him and admits that she would've done the same if he were to ask her to a dance. The two are then seen together at the arcade, playing Dance Battle.
In "Shell Shock", Mrs. Johnson assigns Lincoln and Ronnie Anne to take care of an egg as a school project. Lincoln is afraid that Ronnie Anne is too reckless to take care of an egg, so he tries to not let her take it.
Because Ronnie Anne said that once school ends, she's going to get the egg, and won't fall for any excuses. Lincoln made a complete replica of the egg from rubber cement and he gave it to Ronnie Anne. She was surprised by his sudden change in attitude.
Lincoln realized that he gave Ronnie Anne the real egg instead of the fake egg, so he went to her house. Ronnie Anne asks what he's doing at her house and he answered he just wanted to see the egg. Just after Lincoln switched the eggs he notices that Ronnie Anne is a really thoughtful and helpful person at her house. Realizing that Ronnie Anne is not as reckless as he thought, Lincoln decides to put the real egg back.
However, Ronnie Anne caught Lincoln on trying to replace the eggs and was furious at him when he told he didn't trust her and saw her as a reckless monster not able to take care of something so fragile. Lincoln accidentally caused the real egg to fall and break. Heartbroken at the fact that they're going to flunk the assignment, and at how Lincoln perceives her, Ronnie Anne demanded Lincoln to leave her house.
Sometime later, Lincoln arrived to the Santiago house with a replacement egg. Lincoln explained that he talked with Mrs. Johnson to let Ronnie Anne get a second chance, because he learned that she's not as bad as he thought. The teacher agreed, but they won't be rewarded with the big waffle breakfast, but Lincoln didn't care, just as long as he and Ronnie Anne get the assignment done. Ronnie Anne, grateful for what Lincoln did, invited him inside, since they're having waffles for breakfast. Then Ronnie Anne pranked Lincoln into thinking she's going to break the replacement egg as a revenge.
In "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", Lincoln and Ronnie Anne helped each other in separating Lori and Bobby overreacting on the Santiagos leaving Royal Woods to visit their grandparents. Lincoln wished Ronnie Anne a nice time with her big family. After a while, Ronnie Anne called Lincoln on her laptop after her mother announced that they're staying, and told him she feels unhappy with her big family. Lincoln decided to help her because he fully understood her situation, since he himself also lives in big family (in his case, a large immediate family). After getting to know the Casagrandes better, Lincoln tried to convience Ronnie Anne to stay with them. Ronnie Anne hugged Lincoln for a farewell, but told him to not get used to the hug. Finally, Lincoln gave her an advice, and it was "breaking the fourth wall".
In "City Slickers", he and Lori pay a visit to the Casagrandes' bodega and gives Ronnie Anne a yellow Royal Woods sweatshirt. As they hang out with her friends Nikki, Sameer and Casey, Ronnie Anne continuously tries to stop Lincoln from mentioning anything about her being from Royal Woods, eventually leading the two to have an argument and he decides to pack up and return home. Realizing her mistake, Ronnie Anne catches up to Lincoln and admits she thought her friends would want to hang out with her if they believed she was a city kid. He then tells her that if they are her friends, they will accept her for who she is rather than where she's from. After explaining where she's really from to her friends, it turns out that they don't care that she's from Royal Woods and still accept her as their friend.
Lincoln's sisters generally
While she has had no direct interaction with Lincoln's sisters, she seems to get along well with them, and all ten of Lincoln's sisters are shown to be very supportive of Ronnie Anne's relationship with their brother. When they learned in "Heavy Meddle" that a bully was picking on him, they tried to intervene to protect him, due to initially assuming that the bully was a boy. But after Lincoln revealed that the person bullying him was actually a girl, the sisters immediately assumed that the girl was only bullying Lincoln to hide the fact that she had a crush on him. They then cringed when Ronnie Anne punched Lincoln after they encouraged him to kiss Ronnie Anne (although it's later revealed that she does have a crush on Lincoln). The sisters are asking Lincoln in "Dance Dance Resolution", if Ronnie Anne asked him to the Sadie Hawkin's Dance, and disappointed when he says no.
So far, Ronnie has only truly interacted with two sisters. In "Save the Date", Lori makes Lincoln go on a double date with her, Ronnie Anne, and Bobby after Bobby breaks up with her since Lincoln made Ronnie Anne cry. She gets annoyed at Lori and Bobby's lovey dovey moments.
In "April Fools Rules," Luan uses her as bait to lure Lincoln out of his room on April Fool's day by texting Ronnie Anne to come over that day knowing that during that day the entire house turn into a war zone full of pranks. However, this backfires on Luan, as Ronnie Anne was touched by Lincoln doing such at thing for her and throwing a pie at her face as retribution, and invites Lincoln for milkshakes as thanks for protecting her from Luan's pranks. This earns her Luan's respect, and she says Ronnie Anne is a keeper, showing that despite using her originally as bait, Luan approves of Lincoln's relationship with Ronnie Anne.
In "Back Out There", Clyde believed Lincoln suffers a post break up blues after Ronnie Anne's move and tried to make him forget about her. When Clyde directly told her he needs to separate him from Lincoln, she was annoyed, but explained him what's the case.