Dropping you off today was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. Your mother didn’t even let me get in the door. I was able to snuggle a kiss before we got inside. I saw your great aunt sitting as always in her recliner, sick again. I wasn’t able to keep eye contact with them, not today. Didn’t really hear their thank you and fake concern. Couldn’t respond to your mothers multiple hugs. I think I saw a tear rolling down your mother’s face, maybe it wasn’t so fake. I started crying before I could get everything done. Had to empty your bag and give them your schedule, the one I know by heart and they will most likely not follow. I could see on your face you were not happy, but I know you will be. I think that hurts too, knowing I will be nothing to you. They kept trying to talk. I couldn’t be polite. I folded the unwanted check from your aunt and laid it next to her, turned and bolted. I could hear her calling my name but I couldn’t stop. I didn’t even get a real good last look at you… Your not mine any more. Next time I see you I won’t be looking at my daughter but at hers. I will love you forever little Hiccup, forever.