This is the grandmother who gained custody and adopted the child and became the adoptive mother. I don’t know at what age. The child was in foster care six times prior. When it came to a judge, apparently (I didn’t check) one of the reasons for not wanting to go back was because the grandmother/mother refused to use “him” and “Draco” – and I honestly suspect there was more than that, but Michelle Blair is going to only mention the one that is in line with the story she is telling about the situation because it suits the direction of the narrative here. Without the court documents, I don’t know what else was in it but it seems reasonable it would be more than that, although even *if it was that alone*, yes that would be enough to justify not wanting to go back and live with her. Regardless of awful things that happened outside, the pattern of wanting to get away from the grandmother/mother seemed pretty clear.

This is the grandmother who gained custody and adopted the child and became the adoptive mother. I don’t know at what age.
The child was in foster care six times prior.
When it came to a judge, apparently (I didn’t check) one of the reasons for not wanting to go back was because the grandmother/mother refused to use “him” and “Draco” – and I honestly suspect there was more than that, but Michelle Blair is going to only mention the one that is in line with the story she is telling about the situation because it suits the direction of the narrative here.
Without the court documents, I don’t know what else was in it but it seems reasonable it would be more than that, although even *if it was that alone*, yes that would be enough to justify not wanting to go back and live with her.
Regardless of awful things that happened outside, the pattern of wanting to get away from the grandmother/mother seemed pretty clear.
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