Resistance is futile – part one

14 06 2009

It was much busier at the foster carers today. They have two brothers that they are fostering and a young teenage daughter that is adopted as well as five or six grown up children that are now providing them with grand children. GM had been thinking that it had seemed to be too quiet on their previous visits, given the size and obvious closeness of this sprawling family.

Half way through the visit the two boys got picked up to go to contact with their birth mum, and ten minutes later the teenage daughter goes horse riding, leaving the house quiet and calm. GM and CD played with Little Sis as Fred looked on, whilst Pat busied herself elsewhere in the house. GM retrieved Little Sis, as she made a break for the open front door, and as she picked her up, Little Sis snuggled into her shoulder and arms, and contentedly sucked her thumb. This lead to a blissful 10 minute cuddle, and a dawning realisation that this child is by far and away more solid and weighty than LML, who is a willowy waif by comparison.

During the last visit it was suggested by Pat that she would drive the mostly functional parents home with Little Sis. She reasoned that it would be beneficial for Little Sis to have a brief experience of her new home, and to meet with LML sooner rather than later.  As contact with Little Sis has gone so well so far, the mostly functional parents couldn’t resist …

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