"My mum is a Muggleborn, so I always knew about magic but my dad died when I was little, so while she worked I stayed with my grandparents," he started telling her. "They knew about magic too and so did my uncle and aunt, but my grandparents' siblings, nephews and nieces, they had no idea. I knew since an early age that some people had magic and some didn't, but we couldn't tell the people with no magic about it. When you grow up like that, you never really question it."
It would have been easier if he'd liked to be on his own. "I wanted the company and James and Sirius- They were popular and being around them made me feel good. that was my fault." He sighed. "People are stupid, aren't they? The things you see would happen regardless. The fact that you see them should scare you, not them, and you need time to adjust too."
He nodded. "That seems like a wonderful idea. So we'll be working out of your office, not that it really matters for now since there's a department of two at the moment," he said, laughing.