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    Chapter 10 – Step by step

    The night at the Porter-Kennard’s house was restless and almost sleepless. A few hours after Bette and Tina went to their separate rooms and went to bed, the loud sound of something breaking woke them up. Angelica was their first thought. They appeared in her room a few seconds later and saw their daughter sitting on the bathroom floor with her head bent over the toilet. It seems that she was very ill. She was breathing heavily and throwing up.

    ”Ohh baby”

    Tina ran over to her daughter, squatted down next to her, and brushed her hair out of her face so that it wouldn’t get in the way.


    Bette was cleaning up the broken glass from the mug that Angie had probably dropped when she ran to the bathroom.

    ”Bette, make her tea with mint and lime, I’ll stay with her here, okay?”

    Bette quickly nodded went to the kitchen, and Tina stayed with Angie in the bathroom


    ”Honey, it’s good that the nausea started, so all the toxins will be released from the body and you will soon be much better.”

    Tina was still holding Angie’s hair in one hand and stroking her back with the other



    Angie said it in a hoarse, unintelligible voice. At the same time, she threw up again. Tina felt so sorry for her now. She could see that her baby was very unwell


    ”What did you say?”


    ”I’m hot, I’m on fire.

    Tina leaned her lips against her daughter’s forehead to check if she had a fever

    ”You have a slight fever and it’s really hot in here.”


    Bette had already brought the tea and stood in the doorway for a moment, her arms crossed over her chest. After Tina’s words about the temperature, she brought an infrared thermometer and gave it to Tina. It showed 100.2. Not as critical as it might have been, but definitely unpleasant for Angie’s body.

    Bette straightened the bed, Angie, and Tina helped her to her feet. Angie washed her face, rinsed her mouth quickly, and then they helped her to the bed. Bette put a cold towel on her forehead, and Tina gave her a little mint tea. They waited until their daughter was asleep and her breathing slowed.

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    1. Bette and Tina make a good parenting team. They did the right thing going to the party and bringing Angie home. Angie is still a child and does not need to be at a party partaking of drugs and alcohol. There can be nothing but trouble at such an event. Drugs and alcohol are responsible for a lot of teenage pregnancies as well as destructive or addictive behavior. It was also a good idea to take all her communications devices away from her until they reach an understanding of what is happening with Angie and to re-establish the boundaries of acceptable behavior which is expected of Angie. Angie needs to understand the dangers she its putting herself into with this drinking and drug use. And Angie sneaking out of the house and going to a party when she has been prohibited from engaging in social activities needs to be addressed. I do not have children, but my suggestion is lengthening the time in which she does not have access or at least controlled access to her cell phone and other communication devices. Perhaps asking her to get involved in some community service project which deals with people who have alcohol or drug addiction problems. Angie needs to see the results of substance abuse when it goes unchecked without experiencing the problem personally. A night of vomiting with your mom holding your hair out of the way and wiping the sweat away with a damp washcloth is not going to be available forever. Then what? It’s a part of becoming an adult…being responsible for your own decisions and the results of those decisions. And Angie needs to see that even though she wants to be an adult, she is no where near showing that she is willing to assume the responsibility of being an adult.

      Going to the house on the lake for a few days as a family was brilliant on Bette’s part. Deciding to stop their love making was also a wise decision by both Bette and Tina. They truly need to have a conversation as to where this is all going before they start down that road. Temporary physical satisfaction is highly tempting and definitely hard to resist. But, having an understanding as to the intents of both parties, particularly given their history is a wise decision for both of them. And they need to inform Angie as much as possible as to what their intents and what the status is as they go. Withholding information from Angie on Bette and Tina’s relationship and intents will only cause hard feelings and distrust from Angie. As Angie said – she has felt left out in the past. Do not make that mistake with the current situation nor their intents for the future. Treat Angie as a party to the process – for she absolute is a huge part of both Tina and Bette’s life.

      Thanks for this chapter….. I feeling good about this story… love to see more.

      • Agree. As the mother of a son I will say that the teenage rebellious moment is so challenging. Angie has some deep seeded hurt that her moms need to help her work through. She has to be their focus right now and seems to definitely have their attention. Bette’s notion to change the environment was excellent. Bette giving up a few days of important work is even more so. Hope Eddie takes a hike but he seems like an Eric type who will enjoy tormenting Angie about her moms and especially Bette. Do so at your own peril Eddie.I like this story as well.

      • Martha, I agree that children are always participants in the processes that occur in the family, but they are not always able to understand the motives and desires of their parents. Unfortunately, parents also make mistakes and sometimes do not know which way to move and whether it is right. It’s absolutely true that Bette and Tina should be honest with Angie, but it’s important to find a middle ground so that you don’t say too much and get your hopes up. Well, I think so. It’s always difficult. Thank you for reading and as always very interesting comment.

    2. Ada
      Lovely lovely chapter.
      Bette’s need to be close to Tine while feeling the stress of Angie’s behavior was so tender and sweet and Tina’s awareness to halt their physical actions completely understandable. The focus is on Angie as it should be. Angie could get in over her head very quickly. Eric sounds like he enjoys the chase and will introduce her to all sorts of things she is not ready for. Making pillows to look like she was sleeping – oldest trick in the book – and good detective work on the mamas to find her. Funny how teens always think they are clever. Angie may need some counseling and strict restrictions on her phone, laptop and free time.
      The trip away was an excellent idea and already yielded results the first night they were there. They will come back stronger I hope.
      Sweet story Ada, thank you for writing

      • Agree. Dealing with Angie is bringing Bette and Tina closer together. Angie loves having her moms together. Even if she is hard on both of them. This trip is good for all of them. Tough love time Angie – you cannot lie to your parents. And Eddie is definitely BAD news. Bette is my warrior.

      • I agree Angie will be one of the best ways for Tibette to come together. Putting their issues aside to focus on a common concern will break barriers. This is very realistic response that a kid would have when there is disruption, confusion and inconsistency. Kids see more then parents would like and emotionally respond in ways that are complicated for parents.


        • Yes, for some reason, not only do teenagers think their parents are stupid, but parents often think that their children do not notice anything… this, of course, is not the case. Thanks, K!

          I’m so looking forward to you releasing some new story!

      • Teenagers very often consider their parents fools who do not understand anything :) this is an interesting thought process in the minds of young people. Thank you for taking the time to read this chapter. It means a lot to me. Thanks BK!

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