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Romeo and Charlie at the hospital was sooooooooo GREAT ……just like the rest of this FAB chapter !!!!

LOOOVED its, especially ……

 Are you sure?” Romeo sounded concerned. “I think we should maybe stop off at the hospital first, just to be sure.”

“I’m sure,” Charlie said. Fact was, she was lying. She wasn’t sure, in fact she was more sure that it was probably the real thing, but nothing was going to stop her going to her daughter’s grave today. “C’mon let’s go.”

 Charlie didn’t manage to get out of the car at the graveyard. During the journey her pain had gotten worse and the contractions were coming closer and closer together. She had to face the fact the baby was coming today and she wasn’t going to get to be at her daughter’s grave to talk to her, to tell her things that had happened since she’d gone, to tell her how much she missed her and how much she loved her. She was now sitting in the hospital room,

 “Ahh, I want Ruby.” Charlie cried out as she felt another contraction, less than a minute apart from the last one. This baby was going to come soon. “I don’t want to do this alone. I shouldn’t have to do this alone.”

“You’re not going to be alone,” Romeo answered. “I’m with you right until Leah gets here.”

“What if she doesn’t make it?” Charlie questioned. “Ruby would know what to say, she’d know how to keep me calm....Romeo....please.”

“Charlie you know I can’t get you Ruby,” Romeo said softly. “But Leah is your best friend as she is trying as hard as she can to get here for. She’s trying, Charlie.”

“I don’t want to do this,” Charlie shook her head. “This baby isn’t even going to get to save Ruby. Why am I doing this?” Charlie cried before breathing through another contraction.

“No, she’s not going to get to save Ruby, but she is going to be your little girl. She’s here for a reason. And maybe it’s not the one we thought it would be, but having this child is going to help us get through this, I know it is, Charlie,” Romeo gave a gentle nod of the head. “She’s going to be a blessing for us. We get to care for a new baby and Ruby will live on through her little sister, you’ll see.”

“Ohh,” Charlie scrunched her face up as she grabbed Romeo hand, Romeo wincing at the grip she had on him. “I need to push, I feel like I need to push. Romeo you have to check for me.”

“I’m not looking down there.” Romeo widened his eyes as he looked shocked at Charlie’s comment.

“I don’t mean you, you idiot,” Charlie took a deep breath before exhaling. “I mean....get the midwife back.”

 “Romeo were the hell are you going,” Charlie asked. “I need you. I can’t do this without someone for support, get back here,” Charlie raised her voice. Romeo walked over to Charlie as he went as white as a sheet at the thought of having to be with her during the delivery. He felt Charlie taking a tight grip of his hand. “Just make sure you stay at this end.” Charlie said before she gave her first big push.

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Naww I love that Charlie called her what Ruby wanted to call her daughter..very sweet! I just hope Charlie comes around soon..although I can't begin to imagine what she is going through! Brax really needs to go visit her and let her know she is not alone in this! Can't wait for more, please update soon! Xx

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