"You need to stop treating her like she's five," Charlie said over the phone.
"She seems totally fine with the way we treat her. She can act mature when she's in the spot light," I argued.
"But she needs to grow up Harry. She's about Luke's age, would you treat him the way you treat her?" She was obviously frustrated but she didn't yell on the phone.
"Okay...I guess you're right..." I sighed. With Charlie you could never win. "I'll talk to you later." I hung up the phone and looked at Lexi who was beginning to wake up.
"What's wrong?" Liam asked.
"We have to start treating Lexi like an adult. We can still play around with her and stuff, just can't treat her like a baby," I replied.
"But that's what makes her fun. She's like a baby sister who takes care of herself," he pouted.
"I know," I sighed.
"Where are we?" Lexi yawned. Her long hair was in an extremely sloppy ponytail.
"Los Angeles," I replied. "You can stay at a hotel or my house." I had bought a beach house and it was really nice.
"Is that a question?" She said smiling. The tour bus stopped and we gathered our bags. "So this is where we're staying."
"Nope, we're staying at my place," I smiled. "There's a rental car waiting for us." Lexi's eye lit up.
"Is it a sports car?" She asked with excitement. I nodded. "Is it a white convertible?" I nodded. We walk to the car while Lex squealed. I opened the passenger door for her and I ran to get some of the boys. Niall, Luke, and Ashton where staying with us. Luke got in the car and when I went to get Niall, I noticed Luke and Lex laughing away... I for some reason got really tense.