Pansy didn't see any reason in not sharing her concerns. After all, she was going to tell Draco about it. Why not Theo? Millicent was one of their own, even if she didn't remember it most of the time.
'She's just been....forgetful, lately. She missed the tea party I gave a week or so ago, even though she'd planned to attend. No owl, no notice, nothing. And I've gone over several times to pick up Ella and drop her off, hoping to get to talk to Millicent, but she's either not around or brushes me off. Ella says she sleeps all the time, but Justin is worried because she isn't sleeping....' Pansy shook her head.
'I finally went over there and nearly broke the door down to get her to talk to me, and....Theo, she just looks terrible! Like she's not taking care of herself. That's when I decided that Ella needed to spend a few days with me. So Millicent could get some rest and pull herself together.'
She sighed. 'I don't even want to imagine how awful it was to lose a child. How sad and depressed she must feel. But she has another daughter. One who adores her mother and needs her.' She looked at Theo. 'When Millicent was in the Shack, I took Ella every day to visit, and she talked to her and told her stories and sang songs. When we went home, she drew her pictures....'