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“No, I mean… a real mother.”
I know what she means, a mother that needs to bring up a baby. Unlike Noah, he’s already a mature kid when he’s met Bette, but the child in my body, he or she who’s waiting for a brand new life, will require a real mother to teach the lessons of life.
“Bette…” I reached out, cups her face in my hand. “Look at me, baby.”
She turns her face at me, astonishing brown pupils look at me with tears threatening to fall. The detective has been through a lot, gunfights, robbery, and even being a spy, torn down the most dangerous criminal organization of all time…and now she’s afraid of being a mother for a child who only appeared on this planet since two months ago.
“You are going to be alright, baby, you have proved that you can be a great mother when you were with Noah, he loves you, respects you and regards you as his other mother. Therefore, you don’t have to worried about anything, and don’t think you’re not qualified for being a mother for a baby, because you are already a very responsible mama.”
Bette sniffed, also swallowed back her tears.
“Yes, baby, now, get back your proud confidence and have a great morning breakfast with me, or your son soon to be will not be happy about the empty stomach and will start to mess with his mama.”
“I want a daughter.” Bette pouted.
I rolled my eyes. “Fine, ‘she’, happy now?”
Jesus, sometimes Bette was like a big baby.
Before I could say anything, a small knock on the door made both of us turn our heads.
“Mama T? Are you awake?”
I shot Bette a jokingly glance, a big smirk appeared on my face.
“What did you do now?”
“Wha…I did nothing!”
“Then how come our some called my name instead of yours?”
The knocking sound continued.
“Mama, mama, open the door, I’m hungry, and mama B burned the stove and now I can’t make my breakfast.”
Bette’s face instantly flushed red, her eyes blinked several times, clearly wouldn’t believe her son just betrayed her to his other mother. God, that was so cute.
“Damn, I know that kid is always on your side,” Bette muttered.