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Tina slowly slipped out of bed, making sure she didn’t want to wake Bette. She pulled on a t-shirt and shorts. She softly opened the door, heading down stairs she smiled as she saw the soft lamp on and Kit was sat giving Xavier a feed.
“Hey,” Tina whispered.
“Hey why are you up?” Kit asked,
“I wanted to see him,” Tina smiled softly.
Kit moved and passed Xavier to his mom. He settled at once and Tina carried on feeding him. She looked at him.
“I knew one of you would give in.” Kit smiled.
“I knew it would be me. I miss him,”
Tina kissed her sons head before winding him. Tina kissed him again and gently rubbed his back
“There you are,” Bette came down in a tank and baggy yoga pants.
“Sorry baby, I know you said…”
“Honey, never say sorry for wanting to see our son.” Bette smiled. “Hey Kit,”
“Tell you what I’ll make us some sandwiches and some juice,” Kit got up and Bette sat down next to her wife.
Bette reached out and gently ran her finger along her sons face, he smiled.
“Hey buddy, looks like mommy and mama couldn’t keep away from you. Even when we are supposed to be taking a break.”
Tina kissed him and sat him up. Against her just holding him close. Bette put arm around Tina’s should and looked at her son. Smiling as he took her finger of her other hand.
Kit looked over at the family she smiled softly, they all looked happy. They looked like the loving family they were. She saw Tina totally lost in her son and wife. She saw the Tina they had meet four years ago. Kit smiled. Loving that her sister was so happy.
Bette sat looking out over the mountains. A glass of wine in her hand, she could hear Tina moving around their bedroom. She smiled at the memory of their early evening with Xavier. She loved that her wife had fully bonded with her son.
Tina walked out and sat close to her wife, resting her head on Bette’s shoulder. Snuggling into her. Bette wrapped her arms Tina.
“I loved our time with Xavier today.” Tina said softly. “He changes every day.”