Look at him he’s a very happy little boy. Look at his face, he knows what to do, he’d be dancing or pretending to be on a boat. He would jump out and have a swim. Let’s hope he can swim. If he’s going to jump in the water he would want to know if he could swim. His parents would teach him how to swim. He is a happy little soul. He lives miles away. He is only a baby and his name is Thomas John. He needs to be with someone older, his parents. He is too young to be wandering on his own. I’d say he lives in Australia, maybe Perth. He would need to have his parents with him. His parent’s names are Jack and Jill. Good on Jack and Jill! He might be smiling at his parents. He’s going somewhere in an aeroplane, going to England. He would have parents with him or relations over there. He would have a holiday there playing golf. They flew on an aeroplane or they could end up on a boat. They go to the club to have dinner. I don’t know it sounds stupid to me. They would have steak and chips for dinner and sit and watch T.V. The little fella wouldn't be having chips they would have to get something else for him, he would have to have special steak and chips, all mashed up. They are wondering what he’s going to have for afternoon tea. His parents would put the little fella to bed and they would sit up and talk, it would be too early for them to go to bed.
No I don’t think so.
(This story was created by the residents of the Dementia Unit at St Josephs Hospital, Sydney Australia)