"We have another one here!"
A young nurse of St. Mungo's walked through the halls of the hospital, a child in her arms. The baby sat there, crying her eyes out for her mother. The nurse talked to her softly as she walked.
The head of the nurses walked up, shaking her head as she looked over the girl. "This if the fifteenth muggle child tonight," she murmured, shushing the girl quiet. She looked over at the nurse that had discovered her. "Ava, do you need to head home tonight?"
Ava, the nurse, smiled and replied, "I don't have anything better to do." She took the girl back and smiled at the girl. "Besides, I love children."
"Have this child tested whether or not she has any wizard blood in her or whether she'll be a child who will be accepted into Hogwarts," the head nurse ordered as she headed over to the head area to get a form to sign in the child.
Ava nodded and walked out of the area to do the tests.
The head nurse picked up a phone and called the Ministry of Magic. An employee answered right away. "Ministry of Magic office, how may I help you?"
"Excuse me, Sir, but we have a situation."
Somewhere further away, Dumbledore, the head of Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, was in his office, finishing up the letters to the first years coming to Hogwarts, when he got a call. He flicked his wand, answering the invisible phone. "Albus, it's Cornelius Fudge."
"Ah, hello, Cornelius. What may I do the honor of you calling me at this hour?" Dumbledore wondered, not even pausing in his writing.
"Well, Albus, we have a situation."
"What kind of situation?"
"Muggles are dropping off their babies at our hospital faster than what we know what to do with. There are at least fifty children here right now and our Orphanages can't support them."
"Why can't you simply send them to Muggle Orphanages?"
"Albus, over half of these children or more have been tested to be accepted into Hogwarts or another Wizarding School. We can't just send them away." Cornelius hesitated. "We're having a meeting and we would like you here as well."
Dumbledore nodded. "All right, I'll be there."
Dumbledore hung up with a sigh, but there was a twinkle in his eyes. Oh, he had a perfect idea how to take care of these children.
I'm hoping this story goes well. I have the perfect plan and I'm hoping to follow my own advice and not have my story not make much sense as it did those last few chapters. To those who have stuck around and are now rereading my rewrite of this story thank you! For those of you who have just started out with this story, welcome! I hope you enjoy it!
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