5.18 – Children

When Ben aged up, it was obvious that he looked just like me and his dad. My eyes and skin tone, and his dad’s hair.

When some of us were eating the cake, everything was quiet. I was hoping that Ben’s dad wasn’t suspicious, but I’m sure he was.

Ben seemed to spend a lot of his time playing chess on the computer. He really seemed to enjoy it a lot.

Eventually it was Azrael’s birthday, and he looked like a good combination of his parents.

This was also around the time that we sold Cream.

Of course, I decided it was time for hopefully the last child.

Yoda grew up a few months later, and he looks very handsome, in my opinion.

5.17 – Family Issues

Somehow, Yoda had figured out Ben’s actually parentage. I was absolutely denying it at every turn, not wanting his father to find out.

”Mom, come on, I won’t tell Dad, honest,” Yoda kept reassuring me.

I shook my hands, “I don’t completely trust you.”

”Mom! I won’t tell! I just want to make sure that you will tell his actual dad at some point, and Dad, and Ben,” Yoda looked up at me.

I sighed, “I’ll tell them. Probably when he’s a child.”

”Thank you, Mom…” Yoda sighed, and quietly walked upstairs.

It was a few months later, when my nephew Azrael was born. He was named after the god of death in Islam and some Jewish traditions. Obviously, he’s absolutely adorable and precious.

Yoda seems to really like to play with the dollhouse. Sometimes he’ll play with Leia, or even Ben. It makes me happy to see the kids get along well.

Of course, Ben loves his blocks more than anything. Not that there’s much for him to do at the moment.

To finish off the quiet day, I read Yoda to sleep, promising that I would tell everyone soon.