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looked out for her and sat chatting with April for hours. That week, April went into labour and William and her friends helped the best that they could. April gave birth at a hospital to a bouncing baby boy. They named him Roy Philip. He was a very good baby. He had large eyes, rosy cheeks and his grandfather’s red hair. Everyone fussed around April and William were so thrilled and delighted. Mrs Ellie, is an older woman, she always had her curlers in her hair and wore a turban scarf and an old pinafore. She was getting a bit forceful, stopping April tending to her baby when he cried. April wanted to cuddle him, she wanted to give him the love she never remembered. Mrs Ellie would say to her, “Leave him to have a good cry, it will be good for his lungs”, April told William she needs to move as it was making her sad. April wanted to enjoy her experience. William was doing his best to save his money, but it was hard times and a lot of people shared rooms. It was quite common as homes were expensive to buy and rental homes were few. April once again had someone telling her what to do. April being gentle in nature never argued back. Again, she put up with it -just as she had

64 with Betty. Her friends felt for her, people new Mrs Ellie was a bossy person. To get away from Mrs Ellie April enjoyed visiting her friends or the park that was nearby. She often had lovely walks with baby Roy. Her friends helped her through the hard times as much as they could, and William was working hard to save money and asked her to be patient for now. On one particular day, April went out to visit her friend Margret, whom always enjoyed a ‘cuppa’ and chat with April. She had been concerned for her. During her chat, Margaret said: “My family and I have been discussing the care of my elderly mother, we are at work and find it hard to look after her as she has become frail. She will need bathing, dressing and feeding it will be hard work. We cannot be with her all the time, we wondered if you would like to help?” April said yes of course. As being helpful was part of April and what she enjoyed doing. Margret said “We know that you would like to move away from Mrs Ellie. My mother lives in a nice house, next to the farm on the edge of the village. You can have it rent free if you care for my her”.

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