2016. szeptember 17., szombat


Our little story stopped a few month ago so I owe You some to tell.
It was in the beginning of April when Jane and Charles decided to make some changes in their home. Mainly because they got wooden pallets with the help of Christopher. Charles thought it would be great to make new furnitures for the living room so he compiled a sofa. They still needed a mattress but it worked with beddings also very well. 

The second reason that there was a guest on way who will spend time with them for a while. Charles went to the airport to pick up this guest...

She was an elegant woman with short black hair. She wore red pantsuit and carried a big suitcase. 

Charles greeted her with a kiss and big hug.

Charles: Hello, Mom. Welcome here.

Rosie: Oh, my dear! I am so happy to arrive. I missed you so much...

Charles: Is everything all right?

Rosie: Oh, no... One of my suitcases... It seems it lost or they brought it to the wrong plane. Very annoying.

Charles: Don't worry. I'll ask them at the customer service.

Rosie: It is just what I needed...

Charles: Never mind, Mom. You know what, I'll call Francie. Maybe she can help us to act quickly.

Rosie: Look how short my mind is... You are right, after all your cousin works at this airline. When I am nervous I can't thinking.

Charles: Good. Now let me show our new car. Last time you didn't see it.

Rosie: And your brother? Where is he now?

Charles: He isn't in town. You know he would come with me but he couldn't cancel this meeting.

Rosie: Is that a lumberjack stuff or something with a normal job?

Charles: Don't do that, Mom. I don't know but sure Chris will tell you. I don't want to argue about him at the moment.

Rosie: Right... And how about Jane and the baby?

Charles: I'll tell you the news in the car. The way isn't too short to home.

At that time Jane sat in the living room to rest a bit before her mother-in-law arrives. Charles asked her not to cleaning or doing anything exacting but she was a bit excited about the house. The baby was also heavy now, it hurted here and there and she couldn't sleep well for days so that was a hard time for Jane.

She had a feeling that this new baby won't be in her current residence for too long. Emma also arrived sooner so Jane closed her eyes and kindly asked her second child to stay there a little more.

'You are our April child, so be good and not born before that month...' - she sighed.

A few minutes later Emma came into the living room. She jumped onto the sofa. 

Emma: Mommy, are you sleeping? 

Jane: No I am not. Come and give me a kiss. 

Emma: What is the baby doing now? 

Jane: She have heard your voice. I think she woke up. Come and see.

Emma: She kicked me! She want me. She would like to play with me. 

Jane: I am sure. Do you love her? 

Emma: Yes. But I don't now what her name is.

Jane: We still didn't decide.

Emma: Decide??? Chazzy and you? Why do you have to decide it? 

Jane: When a child is born, they parents give him or her a name. So did we with your daddy when you was born. 

Emma: I think we should name her Barbie. Or Hermione.

Jane: These are beautiful names but we prefer Charlotte or Kate. We couldn't decide yet. What do you think of this two names? 

Emma: I think Hermione or Sleeping Beauty would be better. She isn't kicking now. Good night, baby! 

She gave  a kiss to her mommy's belly. After a few minutes they could hear the family car arriving. 

They heard the door and some quick steps coming closer.

Jane: Rosie! I was beginning to worry that the plane was delayed.

Rosie: Good to be here, Jane. Oh no, the plane arrived in time but there was some confusion with my packages. 

Jane: Oh, no...

Rosie: Charles is speaking by phone with his cousin, Francie. Do you know her? 

Jane: Not yet, but I know she works as a stewardess.

Jane: And how was your flight? 

Rosie: Pretty good. And you? Charles told me that the baby growing fast. How is my little grandchild? 

Jane: We are well, thank you. I am just tired a lot. 

Rosie: Oh, I remember... Chris was the bigger baby but Charles was the strongest. He made everything sooner than the others. 

Jane: I hope you will tell me more about his childhood. Please, sit down.

Rosie: It will be a long story... And Emma? Where are you, my dear? I brought you a little gift. 

Emma: I am here, Rosie. 

Rosie: How big girl you are, sweetheart! I didn't see you since Christmas. So the gift is because I have heard that you would like to be a doll-collector. It is my childhood doll, Polly. She is very old but I hope you will love her as much as I did.   

Emma: I love her!! Thank you, Rosie!! 

Jane: What a beautiful present! I see her skirt is the original one. Go and play with her in your room Emma, we would like to chatting a bit before dinner.

Jane: How is your husband? 

Rosie: My man is very well, thank you. He is very busy now. If only Chris could help him but he won't ever follow his father I am afraid. It makes him so sad...

Jane: I hope he can join us soon. I would like to introduce you my mother. I thought if it won't be too tiring you could meet her tomorrow. 

Rosie: It would be my pleasure. Ah, I can hear Charles ended the phone conversation. Here he is.

Charles entered the room and sat down. 

Charles: Just as I thought, Your suitcase is on another plane... I told that Francie and fortunately she can bring it with her in the weekend. Was there anything important in it? 

Rosie: Oh, some gifts from your father and me and a few clothes... It is so unpleasant...

Jane: Never mind. If you need someting we can help. 

Charles (laughing): At least everybody will get to know each other before the baby is coming. Jane hasn't met my cousin yet. 

Rosie: On the way home in the car Charles told me your new wedding plans. I think it is a clever decision to wait a half year or so. You will have a lot to do after she was born. 

Charles: We don't have to hurry. The baby's and Jane's health is more important. 

Rosie: And now I am also here to help. 

Jane: Thank you, Rosie. 

Charles: Mom, I show you the guest room. You can rest a bit while I am prepaing the meal. 

Rosie: Good, just first, let me take some family portrait to your father. I think he can't wait the news so I would like to call him and send the pictures. 

So they took some photos: 

Charles: How are you, dear? 

Jane: I feel very tired... But very hungry, too. 

Charles: My poor thing... I need just ten minutes to finish the dinner.

Jane: I saw that you have tried something new.

Charles: Yes, I didn't make seafood before. I hope you will like it, darling.

Jane: Sure. I don't know what to do without you...

Charles (laughing): Or what to eat. You are expecting a baby and still so skinny... 

Jane: Just give me a kiss before leave...   

Charles: Be careful or I won't go to finish the food...

Jane: Really? 

Charles: I missed you all day.  

Jane: I love you...

Charles: Me too...

Jane: Just go now...

Charles: Just promise to save some kisses for me after dinner. Yesterday you fall asleep before I went to bed. 

Jane (laughing): You were in the bathroom for ages. I heard you singing, it was my lullaby.

Charles: This night I will hurry. Ten minutes babe. 

To be continued... :) 


13 megjegyzés:

  1. Annyira vártam már a folytatást. Tetszik ez a rész is nagyon és az hogy a család minden tagját meg tudjuk ismerni. Izgatottan figyelem a folytatást.

    1. Köszönöm szépen! :) Igen, mindenkinek megvan a maga kis sztorija, már csak Rosie férjének kell megérkeznie egyszer, hogy teljes legyen a csapat ;)

  2. Juhééé! Én is alig vártam, hogy jöjjön a következő epizód, habár tudom, milyen nehéz néha össze szedni mindent, és folytatni. Gratulálok a raklap bútorhoz! Szuper lett!! És a pici bab? Őt honnan sikerült szerezni? Nagyszerű darab!

    1. Köszönöm!!! :)
      A pici babát Francie eladójánál láttam meg, vele együtt érkezett. Sajnos nem tudom, ki lehet ő pontosan, de elég régi lehet, és annyira kis helyes! Emmának pont méretes :)

  3. Nagyon szuper ez a raklapos bútor!!! Annyira jók a fotók! Még nem olvastam el a sztorit, de mindjárt el fogom.

    1. Köszönöm szépen! A raklapok MyFroggyStuff útmutatása alapján készültek :) Türelem kellett a legyártásukhoz, de tényleg megérte.

  4. Nagyon tetszik a sztori! Örülök, hogy folytattad! A raklapbútor nagyon szuper lett! Nagyon várom a folytatást!

  5. Wow, so many new changes. Your palette furniture turned out nicely. Rosie makes a great mom for Charles. Nice of her to come help out the new parents-to-be. Love the doll Rosie gifted to Emma. That was so sweet. Looking forward to meeting the new baby.

    1. Thank You, Vanessa :) I love Rosie very much because she has a unique shape (bigger than Grandma!) and nice face - lovely copy of the real character. The little gift-doll ('Polly') is a new fund, I've never seen her earlier :) So sweet and perfect size for Emma!

  6. Love the new pallet furniture. When I was 15, I worked in a sawmill making pallets and crate panels, so this brings back memories! Who is Rosie's husband? Can't wait to meet him. Looking forward to the arrival of the baby too!

    1. I am glad You liked this story, thank You, Phyllis! :) It could be a hard job making real sized pallets! Making seven little one took me half a day :)
      Rosie's husband is one of my new dream dolls, I hope he can arrive this year, too! ;) :)

  7. Jaj, de jó lett, már nagyon vártam a folytatást! Csodaszép lett a raklap bútor, ügyes vagy! :)