Will You Love Me?: The story of my adopted daughter Lucy: Part 1 of 3

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I feel awful, so does my husband. To be honest, Cathy, I regret ever having agreed to take Lucy in the first place. The social services were desperate to place Lucy in the area after her mother complained, and you were the only carer available. Have you been able to tell Lucy that I would be phoning?

I called through her bedroom door and told her. We never put locks on the bedroom doors.

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I would never have left a child alone in their room for any more than fifteen minutes if they were as upset as Lucy was. As I waited I could feel my heart thumping loudly in my chest. Can you come and talk to her? There was more silence and then I heard the bedroom door close. Jill said that we might have to leave her until Monday, when her social worker is back at work. But this time, leave the phone on her bed facing up so she can hear me, and then come out. I was alone with Lucy. This was my chance to talk to her, to try and connect with her and reassure her. Maybe my only chance.

I paused. I pictured the handset on the bed, presumably near enough for Lucy to hear. I paused again and listened for any response, but there was none, not even a sigh or a sob. I have two children: Adrian, who is thirteen, and Paula, who is nine.

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They are both looking forward to meeting you and having you stay. Paula is planning lots of games for you to play with her. Five including our cat. Just as you want it. We have quite a big garden with some swings. We like to go out in the garden when the weather is fine. We also like playing games. Adrian and Paula are playing a board game now. Do you like playing games, love? I stopped and waited, hoping for a reply, but none came. Was Lucy listening? Had I caught her attention? I waited a moment longer and then continued.

Our cat is called Toscha. The only time she ever scratched anyone was years ago when Adrian was little and he pulled her tail. He never did it again. She does look funny. I stopped. I waited, not daring to breathe, my pulse throbbing.

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The social services were desperate to place Lucy in the area after her mother complained, and you were the only carer available. Have you been able to tell Lucy that I would be phoning? I called through her bedroom door and told her. We never put locks on the bedroom doors. I would never have left a child alone in their room for any more than fifteen minutes if they were as upset as Lucy was.

As I waited I could feel my heart thumping loudly in my chest. Can you come and talk to her? There was more silence and then I heard the bedroom door close. Jill said that we might have to leave her until Monday, when her social worker is back at work. But this time, leave the phone on her bed facing up so she can hear me, and then come out.

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I was alone with Lucy. This was my chance to talk to her, to try and connect with her and reassure her. Maybe my only chance. I paused. I pictured the handset on the bed, presumably near enough for Lucy to hear. I paused again and listened for any response, but there was none, not even a sigh or a sob.

Will You Love Me?: The story of my adopted daughter Lucy

I have two children: Adrian, who is thirteen, and Paula, who is nine. They are both looking forward to meeting you and having you stay. Paula is planning lots of games for you to play with her. Five including our cat.

Just as you want it. We have quite a big garden with some swings. We like to go out in the garden when the weather is fine. We also like playing games. Adrian and Paula are playing a board game now. Do you like playing games, love? I stopped and waited, hoping for a reply, but none came. Was Lucy listening? Had I caught her attention?

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I waited a moment longer and then continued. Our cat is called Toscha.


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The only time she ever scratched anyone was years ago when Adrian was little and he pulled her tail.