Ben has an appointment this Friday for his MMR booster, and since the card came through I have been avoiding thinking about it. This will be the first time he will be aware of what is going on when I take him and I am really torn over what I should say before we go in.
Is it best to not talk about it, hold his arm out, grab the rest of him in a tight hug and hold me breath? Or should I prepare him a little?
He is a bright boy and I don’t like to lie to him but equally I don’t want to end up having to drag him into the place. We never seem to have much success at this surgery, last time we were thereit involved me having to hold him down so the GP could take a look at him.
So any advice and stories of how you handled it would be great.