As Robyn and Manu were coming home from the hospital with a new little Ivey, Kelsey was beginning to feel a bit faint…
And just like that, she was gone.
Robyn: ”Shh, shh… Hush, my baby… It’ll be okay.”
Life, inevitably, found a way to go on. It wasn’t long before Robyn found out they were expecting again.
Life had its ups…
But for what it was, life was… life.
And luckily, afterlife had WiFi.
Jayda grew up into a cheerful rambunctious scamp, with her mother’s flaming red hair and her father’s eyes.
Even though Robyn had dedicated her life to her family wholeheartedly, it didn’t mean she couldn’t enjoy a little fishing for old times sake.
She brought Jayda with her, but the young girl was more interested in the playground than the pond.
Oh well… Maybe it was time to head home–ow. Robyn felt a familiar sensation, the next little Ivey didn’t want to wait any longer!
Manu: ”Hey, doc! How’s the family?”
Doctor: ”Oh you know, they’re great. Little–”
Robyn: ”Uhh, guys?? Pregnant lady in quite a lot of pain over here?”
It’s another girl! Welcome baby Tracey!
Manu: ”D’aww, my beautiful girls! …I think I got something in my eye. Yeah…”
Jayda was working hard, skilling and doing her homework, then skilling some more whenever she had the chance.
It was good that the kids could take good care of themselves, because the house was about to become a little more crowded, and the girls would soon have to divide the attention from their parents with yet another sibling.
Robyn: ”Soo, I know we just got home from the hospital, but uh… guess what?”
Hey, it’s the Legacy Lineage generation, after all! 🙂
Even though she’d done it before, this time was a bit rough on Robyn.
Aunt Anya stopped by to help take her mind off of things, it felt like ages since they’d just hung out watching TV!
Duty soon called, or rather, Baby Tracey.
Jayda was a hard-working kid, Robyn barely had to step in and help her with her homework.
Robyn: ”Once upon a time in Spain, there was a little bull and his name was Ferdinand.”
Jayda: ”Mom, you’ve read this like a hundred times already…”
Robyn: ”Shush, it’s the only one I know how to do all the voices.”
Jayda: ”Right. So, ‘all the other little bulls he lived with..’”
It may be a little bit challenging at times, but they were a family, and that’s the most important thing.
Baby Tracey grew up into a perfectionist whiz kid.
Homework? Piece of cake!
Manu: ”Once upon a time in Spain…”
Jayda: ”Oh, for the love of… Our Great-great-whatever-father was a writer for crying out loud. He wrote children’s books! Is this the only book in the house or what??”
Tracey: ”Shut up, I want to hear the story!”
They would disagree quite a lot, but when push came to shovel they were sisters, and they loved one another.
(This is normal, right?)