>hector the rescue dog.

the sweetest natured dog on the planet and so what we need…


What a day…
Had our first visit to the family and child health psychiatric unit. met a nice woman called Dianne. Laurie actually spoke to her so she’s started building a picture. I was so aware of all our body language (read too much of course so worried every time he chewed his fingers). I cried (surprise surprise at the moment). Laurie held it back but did get very overwhelmed talking about all his sad and angry feelings. I said sorry for crying in the car on the way back (because I don’t want him blaming himself for me being sad) and he was so cool about it. he said ‘ that doesn’t matter – I nearly cried too – it’s OK to cry’.

I was so proud of him. Still worrying about her conclusions (so bizarre) that someone who has studied a bit can make desisions that affect our lives.

Anyway we went to the park with hector afterwards and let him off his lead for the first time. he loved playing with a ball and laurie laughed so much. A major success.

We are going again to see Dianne on Thursday (without L) to fill her in on more details.

Thank god someone is on the case…

This is how happy my boy is…

hector the rescue dog
hector the rescue dog