i did discuss with him. told him what i feel and what i think.. but he thinks its very cruel to give the dog away and let it adapt to another new environment, esp. since the dog has been with his family for a long time.
actually previously the plan was to bring the dog over to our new house when we shift house, and meanwhile mother in law help to take care. but then situation changes..
so he just say he'll see how when baby comes out. i also feel very bad for "forcing" him to give up the dog.. but to me, priority must be set right so if have to do it, then do it. *headache*
irene, i dont have any letters that need me to reply back to Thomson Medical Center . the "admission" letter i have is given to me by my gynae.. it has my history, and indicating if i have any cordblood arrangement, or peditrician, or health problems etc etc. so that the nurses can make proper arrangement when i am in hospital for delivery.