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This morn­ing Me­gan has her statu­tory med­i­cal ap­point­ment, re­quired as part of her place­ment. When we are fin­ished I pop to the lo­cal su­per­mar­ket to pick up some gro­ceries.

What would usu­ally take some­one 20 min­utes takes me nearly two hours. Harry has not long been toi­let trained and has had an ac­ci­dent.

Me­gan is fast asleep in the trol­ley but I have to wake her up to change her nappy. We eat lunch in a café be­fore I take Harry to his af­ter­noon nurs­ery ses­sion.

Once home I record the morn­ing’s ac­tiv­i­ties and take a num­ber of calls from so­cial work­ers ar­rang­ing the next lot of vis­its. Me­gan is hap­pily watch­ing In The Night Gar­den when her court ap­pointed guardian ar­rives.

He comes to see how she is pro­gress­ing. She is re­ally de­vel­op­ing her per­son­al­ity now and it is lovely to see. I get an up­date on Me­gan’s fam­ily sit­u­a­tion and to talk about when she may move out of care and back to her fam­ily.

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