6. It's Time
As Ginny walked in the room I turned around. She looked at me them at our sons and daughters.
"Ginny," I began "I think it's time we showed our children what happened."
"Maybe so, Harry" She replied. "But are you sure there not too young?"
"James is nearly going to Hogwarts. I believe it important he realised what he's in for and exactly who his father is and why he's famous." I Replied.
Ginny simply nodded and walked over to the children. They were all fast asleep. "What memories are you going to show them?" She asked.
"Um, firstly Snapes death, then the forest scene. Um, and the fall of Voldemort forever."
"And your sure they can handle all this death?" Asked Ginny.
"Ginny, I'll brief them on what to expect, how to behave and what is going on. It's only a memory, they can't change anything." I sighed.
"I guess your right." She sighed. "But I'm coming too."