Soma's birthday fic-Full of surprisesAs she blew out the candles, Soma couldn't fight the smile that grew on her face. She looked around at all the people surrounding her, family and friends that cheered and clapped for her. But that smile slowly faded away, once she noticed a familiar face was missing among all of them.More Like This
It took her by surprise when Roby told her he wouldn't be around for her birthday. She couldn't understand how he, Robert Bendran, probably one of the nicest guys she knew, if not the nicest of ALL the guys she knew, preferred to be somewhere else instead of being with his partner on her special day. Turned out his grandfather had fallen terribly sick over the night and he needed to go back to Norway as soon as possible, since they weren't sure if he would make it. She, of course, let him go without a problem. She understood he didn't belong here in Nevada at the moment. So he left, not before apologizing to her dearly and wishing her a happy early birthday.
She thought it wasn't that much of a deal. It w
A Soothing LullabyA baby's wail cut throught the air. The man groaned and rolled out of bed, leaving his wife to sleep peacefully. He slipped on his worn slippers and shuffled out the door, rubbing the sleep out of his eyes with his fist.More Like This
He made it to the baby's room. It was painted a soft yellow and decorated with pandas and stuffed animals of all sorts. His wife, who refused to sit down and relax, had took it upon herself to decorate the room after HE painted it.
He made his way over to the small crib, to the wailing and writhing little baby which was his daughter. Her face was a bright cherry red from her crying and tears lined her cheeks.
He sighed heavily and lifted her up and out of the crib and cuddled her close. "Shh, it,s okay. Papa's here. Shhh." she stopped wailing, but continued to cry out her crocodile tears.
'Tears...I can't deal with tears...what can I do-?' He paused for a moment, panicing, before an idea struck him 'No man...'<
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"I'm tellin' ya, you'd be one heck of a Kid's Next Door operative!"
"I'd be one heck of something, alright." Jodie sighed and stared at her mother, who blinked back and shook her head slowly- back and forth. She hated it when she did that.
"You know, they could really use somebody like you."
"It'd be too easy." She shrugged her shoulders and pulled her book-bag onto her shoulder, some of her raven-colored hair getting stuck in the strap. She could care less, though. "Everybody knows you. You were freaking Numbuh Five, Mom! Do you know how easy it would be for me to move up in the ranks with that kinda rep?"
"I know, I know."
"And then Dad was, like, the smartest of the smart!"
"Invention-wise, anyway- there are some things like the concept of a healthy diet your father still can't understand." Abby stood from her seat and stared down her daughter. "Man, fifth grade already. I can hardly believe it."
"You and me both. We'll get used to it, though."
Abby smiled and bent down to kiss her