The First Day at My New Home
This little boy has been away from his parents and is a little bit shy. A 2nd grader. So Sweet. I love him! I want him. Hey, I got here first!
We must be calm and find a way to look after him. He needs to know we will be there for him at least 25% of the time. Maybe even a bit more.
That boy is a Canadian National. Let’s call him Alfred. Alfred is probably 8 or 9. He may not be 9 because he still has fingers in his mouth.
As soon as Alfred goes home with Marjorie the fingers will come out of his mouth. We need to check with his mom to find out what his second name is.
His parents work in a shop. Such a great looking little boy. His parents are teaching him to be friendly, supportive, and caring.
Alfred is coming! I can hear him going slurp, slurp, slurp, because he drinks alot of milk. He is heading to Cedar House, we must welcome him. Give him toys, trucks, trains, candy, and let‚Äôs teach him to dance. It will be good to teach him to dance.
We will give him something to eat, and be sure that he says, ‚ÄúThank You‚Äù.
We will have fun, make friends, and meet the neighbours. Then, there will be a visit from his parents!