That morning when Mum and Dad came running into my room with good news, they saw their triplets curled up together, sleeping peacefully. They watched for a second before shaking us awake.
I wiped the sleep from my eyes and shared a smile with my siblings. Mum and Dad were beaming so big I thought that they're faces would split.
"Juliet's awake!!!" Mum cried.
I burst into happy sobs and Jenna shrieked with joy. Jacob pulled everyone into a hug.
"We're going to St. Mungo's using flu powder as soon as you're ready," Dad said.
I leapt out of bed.
"I'm ready now!" I said, even though I had pajama's on and bedhead. I didn't care. Jenna agreed and so did Jacob. Mum grabbed my hand and we ran down stairs and into the chimney. Someone shouted "St. Mungo's!" and we were off in a spiral of colors and motion.
We landed right in front of the front desk in St. Mungo's. Dad quickly spoke to the person at the front desk we hurried into Juliet's room. I started to sob as soon as I saw her. She was sitting up. Her eyes were open and her cheeks were flushed. When she saw us she started to silently cry. I locked eyes with her. I wanted to run up and squeeze her in a hug, but I knew she was delicate.
"Come here," Juliet croaked.
I ran up next to her and stared down at her, tears running down my face.
"How are you doing?" I asked quietly.
She looked up at me.
"I missed you," Jacob said and Mum stroked her face. Dad ran his fingers through her hair. Jenna and I clung onto each other.
"I love you, Juliet," I said.
"I love you," Jenna said.
"I love you," Jacob said.
"I love you," Mum and dad said in perfect sync.
Juliet laid down again.
"I... I love you too," She whispered. "I'm sorry,"
"No, I am," I said.
And I meant it. But I knew Juliet did too.