“So, what’s your next step?” I finally ask. “My next step? Well…I don’t know yet,” she replies. “But it’s not too late to check on my kids. Unless you want to come with me?” I ask, thinking about the last time we went shopping together. It was one of those magical days where everything just seemed to click. We were taking turns looking after the kids while we shopped and then going home for the evening.
What is next?
We never mentioned the possibility of a baby phase, but I worried that once we had the kids it would be game on. They both have disabilities, and my partner said she worried about having a baby phase. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
Help, Help, Help, Help
We were at the grocery store, and Summer just started talking about how much she needed a baby blanket. We went to the local nursery and she asked if she could borrow one. I bought her a few shirts and a pair of pants to wear on the train, and then we went home. We got to sleep off the huge sleep we had the previous night, and I guess we both just wanted to unwind a bit.
More time together
We were at the local park and talked about how much we missed our family time together. We spent the next couple of hours walking around and talking, and when we got home, we started our morning routine.
## Something magical
We had breakfast at home, and then we went to the park and talked about how much we missed our family time together. We made a promise to ourselves to spend one day together, and we got to talking about what we would do.
A home made meal
We were in the park, talking about how much we missed our family time together, and we were both thinking about how much we needed to spend the next day together. We decided to go to the cafe next to the park and have our own meal.
We spent the next few days getting to know each other better, and it was so great! We finally got the chance to spend some time together as a couple, and we spent the next few days together as a family. We had so much fun together! We loved being in each other’s company, and we loved being laughed at for being so silly.
So there we were, two kids in their 20s, ready to start their lives, and we were just starting to get to know one another. The best part was that we were all still in denial about what was happening. We were in a relationship, and everything was great. So we were all in aThat’s it! We can’t wait to meet the new kids!