We went to bed when we got home and I fell asleep with Cal's arms wrapped around me. I felt safe. We woke up the next morning and realised I had to go to school. Damn it! I turned over and looked at Cal. His eyes were closed but a smile appeared on his face.
"Come on Cal, we have to go to school." I soothed him and I stroked his arm.
"Baby, do we have to? We can miss a day." He sleepily said.
"You know I'm not like that Cal. Come on, I'll make you pancakes!" I said, trying to bribe him. He shot up and I giggled at him. I went into the other rooms to try wake the boys up. I went into Luke's room.
"Come on sweetie, get up." I said.
"But I don't want to!" He replied.
"I'm making pancakes." I said.
"Oh okay then!" He said and he got up. I laughed as he tripped up over his own feet. He went downstairs with Cal. I went into went into Ashton's room.
"Come on Ash. Sweetie, it's time to get up. I made pancakes!" I said as I wanted to get him up as soon as possible.
"Okay Becca." He said. He got up and went downstairs quite quickly. I then went into Michael's room.
"Wake up sweetie!" I said. He shot up.
"I wish a pretty girl would always wake me up." He winked at me. I kicked his legs and he fell off the bed. I couldn't stop laughing. Cal came through the door.
"Did you just call my girlfriend pretty?" Cal said. He got closer to Mikey.
"Just chill babe." I told him. Mikey looked confused.
"You two got together?" He asked.
"Yes Michael, we are together." Cal said as he put his hand round my waist and kissed my neck. Mikey got up and slouched downstairs. I stared at Cal.
"You didn't have to act like that!" I said. Cal looked shocked.
"But I didn't do anything!" He moaned like he was whiny child. I raised one eyebrow.
"You didn't have to speak to him like that! He was just joking around. Calum it's you I like and you I love, so get a grip!" I said and he looked to the floor.
"Sorry. You know that I don't want you getting hurt." He whispered. I pulled Cal's chin up and kissed his lips.
"That's what I love about you most. That you for being so protective. You know that I never had a Dad to keep me feeling safe but you make me feel safer than the Queen." I whispered the last part in his ear and he laughed. "Come on, lets go downstairs." I said as I gently pushed him to the door. Once we were downstairs, the boys just stared at us. I knew that I had gone red. I went over to the kitchen and started making the pancakes the boys had asked for. No one said anything. It wasn't an awkward silence, it was just because no one could think of anything to say. After we finished, we all went to our rooms to get changed and that's when I saw the bass, guitars and drums.