coraregina here’s another one! My battery on my laptop is almost dead, so I’ll be working on getting more when I get home and hoping they don’t croak on me this time.
“Where are we going?” Clu shifted Jakk to his hip and lifted and inquiring brow at Kevin.
“Some place fun.” Kevin grinned
“The last time you said that, I ended up vomiting all over the floor.” Clu replied, dryly. “Please tell me we aren’t going to the fair again.”
“Its not gonna be like that this time,” Kevin shrugged, “It’ll be fun for Jakk too.”
Clu’s eyes narrowed, “Tell me where.”
“Now that,” Kevin replied as he opened the front door, “Would ruin the surprise. Come on.”
“You realize that if I go through the humiliation of vomitus again, you’re going to be sleeping in Jakk’s room, right?”
“My room!” Jakk exclaimed with a happy giggle.
Kevin laughed, “Its educational, I swear.”
“Sam?” Jakk pouted.
“Not today, little bit.” Kevin replied, “You’re spending time with your dads today.”
Jakk thought about that for a minute before he started wiggling in Clu’s grasp. “Down?”
“Ask in complete sentences,” Clu reprimanded.
“May I get down, please?”
“That’s better,” Clu replied, “But no. I’ll put you down when we get to the car.”
Jakk sulked about that for the entire car ride. He kept his eyes firmly on the little stuffed bit that Delilah had tried to eat until Clu opened the door.
“We’re here.” Clu held his arms out, “I must admit I’m quite happy with your father’s choice of entertainment this time.”
Jakk climbed into Clu’s waiting arms and took a look at his surroundings while Kevin fished some tickets from the center console of the car. “Fish! We’re at the aquarium! Thank you!”