30. Chapter 30
~Five Years Later~
As Darcy and I walked up to the garage she ran straight towards Harry.
He caught her as she jumped into his arms and smiled, kissing her cheek.
I walked up and pecked his lips and he smiled even more.
Things were going incredibly well for all of us and I was happy about the choice I had made five years ago.
Darcy was our first child and a very wild five year old.
Harry and I hadn't thought about having kids but it just kind of happened.
"How are my girls today?" He asked as he held her in his arms.
I smiled. "We're doing great. I promised her that I'd let her come help you in the shop."
"Oh? And will you be staying as well?" He asks.
"For parental super-vision." I said and he laughed.
Darcy loved helping him by giving him the right tools and I had promised her that I would bring her.
Today seemed like a good day for her to help him and I smiled as they both got to work.
She started handing him things and occasionally I'd help too.
Darcy smiled her biggest smile while handing Harry a wrench.
"You know daddy, mommy told me today that we have a surprise on the way! She said that I was going to have to wait for nine months for it to get here though." She said happily and Harry frowned in deep thought as he took the wrench and started adjusting something.
"Nine months? What kind of surprise---" He stopped mid-sentence and slid out from under the car, dropping the wrench.
I smiled watching him in such a hurry and when his eyes met mine, they were full of excitement and wonder.
"Are you?" He asks, trailing off.
"We're going to have another baby." I said smiling and he jumped up, pulling me to him and kissing me.
Smiling against his lips, Darcy giggled at us.
"Are you positive?" He asked.
I nodded. "Absolutely."
He smiled, kissing me again.
If I had seen all of this in the beginning, I would've thought I was crazy--But looking at it now, I see that sometimes things change....For the better.
Harry has always affected me and he always will.
I love him and he loves me and I can't wait to see where we go.
All I can say is that whatever this is that constantly sends me over the edge, it must be in his D.N.A....