He gets lost in the quiet moments they share. The sound of her soft coos, the joy of her smile. He had thought he knew what love was when he fell for Melanie, but honestly, the love for his daughter is a whole other type of animal. He does love his wife still, more now that she is the mother of his child, but there’s just something different about a father’s love for his daughter.
Time seems to fly on by, quick as ever. Soon their house is filled once again with friends, this time to help them celebrate their baby becoming a toddler. David insists on throwing the biggest bash he can for his little girl.
While the adults are gathered around the table eating hamburgers, or gathered infront of the TV watching the game, the toddlers of the town are gathered around one of David’s Jack-in-the-Boxes. All the toddlers squeel in glee when the clown pops out of the box.
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My game wasn’t wanting to run correctly during poor Symphonie’s birthday. I ended up doing it twice, neither time would she actually blow out the candles, she just *poofed* into a toddler.
I know they’re just toddlers, but I can’t help but wonder if Brocke and Marshal’s attention to Symphonie is being a bit prophetic or not. I’m so excited to see these kids grow up together.
Not all the toddlers got along either. Once again, Javier and Brocke are not fond of each other. They have a negative relationship, and I’m afraid to say I think it’s Javier’s doing. In this situation, Brocke wanted to huggle, and Javier wouldn’t have any of it.