A Different Kind of Reputation

With thirty minutes and school work separating Talia and Jason apart from each other, they have to figure out ways to be the best they can be for their baby. From being the school bad boy back in high school, to being the football star daddy in college, Jason has to figure out ways to fit back in with the crowd and keep his reputation as a father. From being the school nerd to the scholar mommy, Natalia has to figure out ways to let loose and have fun while keeping her reputation as a mother. Find out what goes on in this crazy life of Jason and Natalia in the second book, A Different Kind of Reputation.

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39. Chapter Thirty Nine

Hi guys!! So, I'm back and I'm ready to update to my fullest. I've been writing chapters in my notes so I have them written and ready to go. Although I posted this chapter already, I actually changed the whole concept, which, I love the concept now. So, I hope you all enjoy this chapter. I know it's not the longest chapter, but I'm hoping next chapter will be longer than this one, which will be all about Bria and her recovery:)) thank you all for waiting for me, and for not going anywhere:) it means a lot to me that you all understand. But no need to worry, I'm back and ready for business.

Natalia's POV

"Hi baby," I whispered as Tommy's brown eyes greeting me. The best thing about waking up in the morning is definitely seeing those big brown eyes that just melt my heart. Even if I have a hangover. Those eyes can fix everything. "Where's daddy?" I asked, looking around. Tommy crawled himself to the edge of the bed and waited for me to follow. Even though he's only one, he is so smart, which he gets from me.

"Let's change your diaper," I smiled, bouncing him in my arms.

"Too late. He's changed and fed." I looked to the bathroom door and smiled as Jason poked his head out with his toothbrush in his mouth.

"Wait, what time is it?" I asked.

"Almost noon. I decided to let you sleep since you were a little drunk last night,"

"A little? What even happened last night? I remember going to the club and coming home. After that, everything is a blur."

"That's because you got piss ass drunk." I rolled my eyes and walked down the stairs that led into the kitchen. I smiled as I heard Jason's footsteps behind me, following every move I took.

"Good morning." I smiled as all my friends sat at the breakfast nook.

"I hate that you never get a hangover," Amber groaned, holding her head.

"Yeah, why is that?" Nick asked, setting two Advil in front of Amber.

"It's because I put my body through so much that there's certain things that don't both me. Like, I can feel the affects of alcohol but I don't actually feel them. Like, I get drunk but I never get the full affect. Trust me, I went to doctor after doctor to figure out why and they all told me the same thing; after what I did to my own body and what I drilled into my mind, my brain doesn't comprehend things the same way and my body handles things differently. Some things I can't bear and others I can take with no question asked. Like fish. I used to love fish and now I can't even smell it." I looked over to Jason who sat at the breakfast nook with his head hung low. "But, that isn't a conversation for this trip. I've been getting better with stopping myself from talking about my past." Jason nodded his head and motioned for me to sit next to him.

I sat next to my boyfriend and set Tommy on my lap. "Shit, Jase, this kid is looking more and more like you every time I see him." Nick spoke.

"Well, he is my kid, Nick. I would hope he would look like me instead of some other guy."

"Speaking of looking like you... spoken to Carly lately?"

"Carly? Why is she being mentioned? Did you talk to her?"

"No." Jason said, looking to Nick. "I didn't." But the words coming out of his mouth didn't match the expression on his face. I set Tommy on Jason's lap and stood from my chair, just in time before he reached out to grab me. "Babe, where you going?" I shook my head and continued walking to the sliding glass doors. Air.

"Hey, hey, what's going on with you? I didn't want to say anything but lately you've been seriously dramatic, including now."

"She's the mother of your first child, Jason. I think I have the right to be dramatic. Especially when you lie to me about something like speaking to her when you told me you were never going to."

"I'm on Robert's emergency contact list, listed as his father. I got a call from the hospital in Jersey City saying he was omitted. I called Carly to make sure he was okay."

"What else?"

"What do you mean?"

"Jason, I know you didn't just ask her if he was okay. What else did you talk about?"

"I told her to keep me updated with his hospital visits and his life, alright?"

"You said you didn't want anything to do with him."

"My mind has changed. I want him in my life, T. I want to visit him on the weekends and see him like I do with Tom. You even told me that every child needs their father."

"That was before she was a psychopath Bitch who tried to ruin our relationship and tried to put thoughts in my head."

"You just have to understand her,"

I scoffed, "understand her?"

"You know what's not what I meant."

"I'm not sure I know what you're saying at all these days." I watched as he stepped away from me. The look on my face says it all. Says all my anger and my emotions coming through. Not even stopping me. I rolled my eyes and walked right past him, without him saying a single word.

Jason's POV

"Thanks Nick. Glad to see we're still friends." I threw my hands up in the air as I entered the kitchen.

"I thought you told her."

"I wouldn't tell her that, man. She can't stand Carly. Hell, I can't stand Carly. But now, you made my girl angry at me."

"God forbid the prince doesn't get laid tonight."

"Wanna say that again? You know what I'm capable of, Nick. Don't test me." He put his hands in the air in defeat. Good.

I turned to Amber who stood next to Christina, "can you help me?"

"With Lia?" She asked. I nodded. "Honey, I ain't no fairy. I can't pour fairy dust over her to forgive you. If Jackson decided to reconnect with his ex girlfriend who has a kid that's his, I would be pissed too. This is your deal, not mine. Not Nick's and not Christina's." I groaned and stomped my way to the stairs.

"Don't forget your baby!" I stopped in my tracks and turned my body around to the living room where Tom ran around the room with a ball in his hands. I walked back down the stairs to him, picked him up, got slapped in the face a couple times, and walked back up the stairs.

I set Tom on the floor of the bedroom once I entered and closed the door so he couldn't get out. This house isn't baby proof, which makes things so difficult when we come here because we have to make sure the doors are closed, the oven isn't on, make sure he's not near the stove, make sure he isn't left alone upstairs. Everything we don't have to worry about at home, thanks to safety handles and gates.

Talia stood on the balcony with her back towards me and her hands folded over the railing. I sighed and put my arms around her waist.

"Come on," I groaned as Talia moved away from me.

"Were you even going to tell me?" She asked, crossing her arms.

"Yes, now please, let me put my arms around you." I walked towards her with my arms out.

"Come on, Jason. This is serious. You don't tell me things anymore."

"That's a lie. I tell you everything that goes on in my life. Come on, we have only a couple days together and I don't want to ruin that because of Carly."

"Seems like she's the talk of the day when we come here."

"I know you don't like her, but come on, if you and Jackson had a kid together and he got custody of it, I would allow you to see it."

"Yeah, because Jackson didn't try to break us up, he didn't try to put things into my head, he didn't, oh, wait, he didn't pretend to be pregnant with your cousins baby."

"Jackson's a guy so, kinda impossible in the last one." The cold eyes. "Sorry,"

"The point is you went behind my back to talk to Carly without even talking to me about it. I don't care you want to be apart of Robert's life. I think it's great. It's the fact you didn't tell me. At all."

"I'm sorry,"

"No, you're not. You say you're sorry but you continue to do this."

"Talia, I am truly sorry. You're right, I should've came to you first and talk to you about it. But I need you to know how much I love you and how much I wouldn't do anything to jeopardize that." I watched as she fiddled with her hands. Something's up.

"Oh god, you're not pregnant, right?"

"What?"

"Oh god, you are, aren't you? This is what happened when you told me you were the first time. You blew up on me, kissed me, fiddled with your... your fingers and then told me you were pregnant. This is it right? This is where my life ends?"

"What? No, I'm not pregnant. Seriously, stop that. Just because I'm cranky doesn't mean I'm pregnant. And plus, I have my period, so. But there is news."

"Good? Bad?"

"Both."

"Okay, bad news first."

"Bad news is I'm pissed at you, like, seriously pissed but I still love you. Good news is.... Bria woke up and she's in good shape."

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