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Bette and Tina couldn’t get over the fact that Angus and Kit were an item, but they were cute together and so far, the relationship had not interfered with Angus’ responsibilities as their nanny. Both Bette and Tina were ready to go back to work so Angie’s care was of the utmost importance. Provided his full attention to Angie wasn’t compromised, they were fine with the arrangement. As a matter of fact, it worked out in their favor because of all the extra time Angie got to spend with her Auntie Kit.
Kit’s son David was the other consideration. He’d acclimated to living in Los Angeles. His internship at USC was going great. He was making a name for himself in the Southern California medical community. He loved his family, and he like everyone else was enthralled with Angie. Naturally he spent a fair amount of time with Angus in his capacity as the nanny, but Kit didn’t want it to be awkward for David to see her and Angus together as a couple.
By now David had purchased his own home and moved out of Kit’s but they spent as much time together as his scheduled allowed. On this day she’d invited him to lunch after a long rotation that kept him busy for weeks. During the meal mother and son caught up on their day to day happenings. She cleared the table and served coffee then invited David sit with her in the living room. Kit had been nervous about telling David about her relationship with Angus, but when she finally did, he was very supportive.
“Look Mom, I’m not one to judge. I only really know him as the nanny, but any guy that loves my niece as much as he does must have a good heart. If he really cares about yours then I would trust him not to deliberately break it.”
“So, the age difference doesn’t bother you?” Kit asked.
“Not at all. He’s more like an older brother than step-father material, but you could do worse.”
David said thinking about the deadbeat Dad that didn’t want him and whom he never even met.
“Am I over thinking this?”
“I don’t know Mom. Does he make you happy?”