Dear baby Jessica,
You're only days old, but already your life is going to change. Your mummy and daddy aren't together right now, and they probably never will be. Your great-granny loves you a lot, but your mummy isn't letting her see you much. She wants you all to herself and her boyfriend. Her boyfriend's going to be mean to you and you'll end up unhappy and scarred. You've been born with Asperger Syndrome, but you won't know that for a long time yet. When you go home with your mummy, things will be difficult.
You're a beautiful little baby with dark eyes and auburn hair, just like your mummy. You look just like her, but the resemblance won't really become clear until you're older. Your home for now isn't great, but it will do for a baby. Your mummy is 16 and has no idea how to look after a baby, but she will do her best for you until her boyfriend starts to become more important to her than you. When you finally meet her, you won't like her much. Some scars never heal.
Your daddy's run away from you, the same way he did when your mummy was pregnant. At 17 he's not ready for a baby either, and he won't be until you're 15 and he has another daughter with another woman. He's got four children now, five if you count his wife's son with her ex-boyfriend. He's under the thumb a lot - to the extent that he's never met you in person and isn't allowed to contact you through Facebook or text ... his wife isn't the most open-minded of people and she seems to see you as a threat, even though you're just looking for a friendly relationship with your father.
You're a beautiful little baby, and you are loved by your mummy and great-granny, even if it doesn't seem like it now. This world is big and scary, and full of lots of noisy people, but you're going to grow up and be stronger than all of them put together. You're a very special baby, you know, and one day someone will love you more than anything else in the world.
Lots of love,