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Child's Play: All Grown Up 20Child's Play: All Grown Up 20 by Kyoushu-Ookami
a week had passed since that night, Myu had kept her word and left her sister to deal with things on her own, she was done helping, she tried and it was a waste of her time. Now she sat in her roof on her laptop looking up a new song to learn on her guitar. That was, until she heard loud sobbing coming from Akeno's room.
Her parents we're out with her grandparents and brothers for the day leaving the two of them the only ones home. Myu was debating on going to see if Akeno had finally come to her senses or wait until she came to her. The sobbing continued for hours until she heard a loud crash. Myu quickly hurried out and kicked her sisters door in, in panic. She looked to the window making sure it was still intact which it was and then looked for her sister.
Akeno was lying on the floor with shards of glass all over her from the shattered Mirror that had fallen on her legs. Akeno continued to sob loudly.
Myu saw then what had her so distressed to begin with.
The blonde had a
Childs Play: All Grown Up 21ForgivenessChilds Play: All Grown Up 21 by Kyoushu-Ookami
Akeno stared at her belly in her new mirror, turning to the side to see it protuding ever so slightly. it had been two months since that night. Myu had gotten her brace off but still she refused to speak to her. Akeno faced ridicule at school. She was called names, and shunned worse then she ever was before. And it was all her fault. She pulled on her largest sweater she had and walked down stairs.
"Want some pancakes Ake?" asked her father.
Akeno shook her head. "M'not hungry."
"you have to eat honey, for the baby," said Sakura, walking in with her new scrubs on.
Akeno nodded and sat down at the table where her father laid down a plate of pancakes in front of her.
"Alright Naruto, i'll be home before you so i'll cook dinner tonight," said Sakura, kissing his cheek.
"Alright, i'll drop Tohru off at Mom's and the kids to school on my way to work."
"Alright honey," said Sakura. The family had finally gotten their debts paid and had moved back into their apartment complex, exc