Lexie hadn’t realized how late it had gotten, she was in her homework flow. Things came naturally to her, it seemed.
It was probably very lucky, her dear Dad didn’t exactly have much to offer.
At least he was working on that Dad bod…
He was eating for two, as well…
This would’ve been the twins’ birthday, but here’s River celebrating all alone…
Ah, lonely adulthood…
River: “‘S okay, more cake for me!”
River: “You know, it’s amazing! I can eat so much cake, and I don’t put on any weight!”
River: “I’mma have a second piece. You sure you don’t want any? I mean look at you, not eating any cake and working out all the time… No offence, but it doesn’t exactly show…”
Felipe: “You know I’m pregnant, right?”
Lexie was trying her best to have a ‘normal’ childhood – doing homework and teaching herself the piano. But that wasn’t really normal, was it? Normal families had parents who did these kinds of things together with their kids, right?
Parents who sat down together for dinner even when they weren’t having yet another dinner party. Parents who weren’t perpetual teenagers…
Well… Felipe was about to become a parent once again.
Just some dark meditation to not turn into ashes before having a chance to give birth.
The receptionist is either really immersed in her documentation, slacking off at work with web surfing, or has just categorized the pregnant man doing dark meditation in the waiting room as ‘not my problem’ and choose to ignore him with a passion.
I’m gonna go with the latter!
Good grief! It’s twins again! Ryland and Jenifer – yes, another boy and girl set of twins!
Yeah, sure, Felipe… Dad bod and all. Gotcha.
At least we’ve got Aaron this time around. He loves the kids with all of his heart.
Lexie’s being a good big sister, as well. At least they’ll have some semblance of a role model…
And with that, it’s time for one last party! The party, actually.
It’s not a weenie roast – it’s just a very casual wedding, okay! Nothing to do with the fact that my game was bugging and wouldn’t let either of them plan a wedding event despite being engaged and everything. I call homophobia!
But, I guess weenie roast isn’t too far off??
Congratulations, casual boys!
With the sparkling of the fire and the warmth of friends and family, the newlyweds couldn’t have asked for a better evening.
The chatter of voices and the fire kept going for hours.
River was the first to call it a night.
… he didn’t make it far, though!
With that, it’s over and done with! So many parties, so many late nights! It’s finally done!