Day One of meeting Pudding couldn’t have gone better than it did. It was an amazing afternoon that Darran and I
We both were working in the morning, luckily I got to work from home but Darran had to be in for
ready to leave
Midday comes and I set off to go pick Darran up. Music
All we spoke about on the way was just how amazing Rach (PTWM) and her followers are! We started yesterday on 2106 followers and now we’re on 3,894 and it’s still going up! We just want to say THANK YOU to every old and new follower for the love, support and messages we receive on a daily basis. You guys ROCK!
We arrive at the foster carers house 20 minutes early. Not wanting to seem too eager we park up down the road outside some old peoples home. We must have looked well dodge. We’ve been sitting there for about 10 minutes and I couldn’t wait any longer. So off we go.
We’re walking to the house both shitting bricks, not knowing what will happen, not knowing if we’re going to bond with him, not knowing if he is going to like us.
We get to the house and Darran rings the bell – it was broken. Darran taps on the window like some old fanny. No one was letting us in. Getting inpatient I bang on the door and BAM, the foster carer is there, welcoming us in.
love at first sight
We walk into the living room and all I can hear is Pudding laughing. We walk in and he’s there, sitting in his highchair eating chocolate spread sarnies watching, and laughing at our DVD. He turns around, looks at us a little blankly and gives us this biggest smile. Right then, all our worries and doubts faded away.
We both take a seat and start chatting to the foster carer and social worker. Pudding has some building blocks on the table next to him and starts dropping them on the floor cracking up. We both start playing with him, laughing with him and just having a great time.
The next 3.5 hours were amazing. We sat on the floor playing, laughing, squealing, getting kisses and cuddles, high fives and fist bumps while having a really good chat with the foster carer.
bye for now
Those 3.5 hours felt like 5 minutes but it was time to say bye. We got another couple of kisses and cuddles and a goodbye wave! We’ll see you on Sunday SON!