So many of you gave suggestions and comments I thought I would update you about my grandson who has his op this Thursday. I asked my daughter if I could see him before the op but was told they were very busy keeping him occupied as obviously he was worried about the whole experience, there was no time for me. I replied that I quite understood and that it was better if my gs had a good time. Later I received a text saying I could have one hour and no more as they were out such a lot but she would let me see him when home, possibly two weeks on. I did see my gs and apart from a visit to the zoo of which they are members he had done nothing and just curled up in a ball telling me he was scared. I managed to get him playing a bouncy ball game in the dining room and took a new slant on it involving the ball landing in the frying pan and a up in the sink! He laughed so much it was a joy and that hour will remain precious. Have a present and card to send him but visiting him looks out. My daughter has it her way again and the one thing she could have done was spent time with him and perhaps taken him swimming. She had a friend around instead, what can i say.
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