“Yeah! This is so cool!”
“So all of this is mine!!??” Anna continued. God she could be such a child sometimes.
“Eventually when we finish building this will become your home,” I said with a smile.
“WELL, I’m pretty happy with it. But why do you guys need to have a bigger house??” Anna complained.
“Because we are two people, not just one.” Tarnowak explained.
“But you have more than enough space for two!”
“Well maybe, we’re hoping for a third person,” I cut in.
“Oh! Of course you guys are hoping for a baby!” Anna had a large smile on her face. Yep Tarnowak and I were hoping for a child. It took a lot of convincing, but he eventually was ok with it. He kept saying he was scared one of his children would be stuck with his curse. I had to keep telling him that it wasn’t a curse, but a blessing.
The house expanded little by little as did my relationship with the fairy brat. For one I’ve stopped calling her the fairy brat and she stopped being snappy. You’d think she was growing up!
The house soon had walls,
And when it was half-done Tarnowak took me out for a special day at the beach.
Which ended with a proposal!
We were kind of sad that I still wasn’t pregnant,
But we were still pretty happy.
We decided to keep the wedding to ourselves (not that we had a lot of friends or anything)
Though I have to say, Anna really overdid it with her cheering!
And that day ended with a beautiful little gift.