Guess what I finished writing! lol! Well here's part 4... It's kinda long and blah so.. I'll make sure the next one is good :I should add more Sayamilky huh...:
AGAIN THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS 4
Later that night, Miyuki and Sayaka left, still holding onto their secret. Haruka and Yui were getting ready for bed, though sleeping wasn't an option, since Haruki was still awake. While Haruka changed into her pajamas, Yui was in bed cradling Haruki, singing Lullabies to him. Haruka finished up and laid back in bed, watching, listening, and enjoying her most favorite view.
Haruka began to slowly drift into sleep, but Yui woke her by quietly announcing Haruki was asleep. Haruka sat up watching Yui get out of bed and place Haruki in the bassinet.
She crawled back into bed beside Haruka, wrapping her arms around the girl and bringing her down to lay in bed. They were facing each other, though Yui had her eyes closed, tired from her day at work. Haruka watched her, her hand rubbing up and down Yui's arm.
"Paru," Yui softly spoke. "Are you still mad at me?"
Haruka frowned. That soft kid-like voice pulled her heart strings, she couldn't stay mad or upset at her wife, she loved her too much. Haruka moved her hand up to Yui's cheek, gently rubbing her thumb on it. "I'm not mad you. I was upset..."
"Please don't be upset at me anymore." Yui tighten her arms around Haruka, pressing her forehead against her wife's.
Haruka sighed. "Why didn't you tell them?"
"Because..." She mumbled. "I'm mad at them..."
"Mad at them because they can't accept us or because they blamed me?" Haruka asked.
Yui opened her eyes and looked at Haruka confused. "Blamed you?"
"Blame you for what?"
"Honey, i thought you knew."
"Blame you for what?" She asked again.
"Your mother... She thinks I lured you..."
Yui pulled away from Haruka and sat up in bed. "They blame you for our relationship... Why didn't you tell me?" Yui raised her voice causing Haruki to stir in his sleep.
"Shhh. Haruki." Haruka sat up beside Yui pointing at the bassinet with their sleeping son.
Yui sighed, looking at the bassinet and then dropping her head into her hands. "You should have told me."
"I didn't want you to be mad at them, then I thought maybe this is why you were mad at your parents. I don't want you separating yourself from your family."
Yui picked her head up and looked at her wife. "Is this why you were upset that I didn't tell them, because they would blame you again?"
Haruka looked down, "not entirely. I was afraid they would blame me, but I didn't care, I just don't want you to keep this from them. They are your family."
Yui let out a deep sigh. "Forget them. I have a family here."
Haruka shook her head. "Yui, don't say that."
"Why couldn't they... I just wish..." Yui threw her hands up, frustrated she couldn't find the words to say.
"I want them to meet their grandson, to be a part of his life and ours. We will go talk to them. Hopefully by this weekend, Haruki will feel better." Haruka placed her hand on Yui's neck, gently massaging it. Yui looked at her wife with tired eyes.
"Let's get some sleep, please?" Haruka looked at her with pleading eyes and Yui nodded. The couple laid back in bed and in the quiet room they slowly fell asleep in each other's arms.
The weekend came quick and Haruki seemed to be better., the fever was gone, the cough subsided, and the sore throat seemed to completely go away, quicker than the cough. But what worried Haruka was the drive, what if Haruki got car sick or fussed all through the ride. She worried about it, however the next morning, Yui was gone.
Yui woke up early, deciding on talking to her parents on her own. She knew Haruka would be extremely angry at her for leaving without her, but Yui wanted to confront her parents on her own. Also she didn't want to risk, Haruki getting worse just as he is getting better, she can't bear to see her baby boy crying in the middle of the night again, she'd rather have him sleep peacefully.
Yui arrived to her parents home nervous as hell, but she kept playing the scenario in her head, what she will say to them and never let them talk until she was finished. She knocked at the door waiting for someone to open up. The few seconds she waited, she scanned the area, feeling nostalgic. She loved her home, it was big and far from the city, only flat lands, similar to the country side, with amazing views, well for her anyways. Someday she hopes to bring Haruki and let him explore and play freely without worry.
Just a few seconds and the door opened up, her father appeared. Yui couldn't say a word, it had been long since she's seen him. From behind him, her mother appeared asking who it was. Finding it was her daughter, she slightly smiled, but quickly turned it into an angry expression.
All the things Yui had imagined what to say to them, were gone. Now she stood quietly with blank thoughts, not knowing what will happen next.
"Come in." Her father spoke in a deep Voice. It surprised Yui, she even forgot his tone of voice.
Tugging her backpack tightly over her shoulder, she walked in, nervous to know what will happen next.
Haruka was mad, she knew Yui left on her own to her parents house after Sayaka came over with breakfast for her. Yui had called Sayaka asking to make sure, Haruka won't leave the house after her.
"Paru, please stop shaking me." Sayaka cried. Haruka had taken her from the collar of her shirt and shook her, demanding to know why she her wife left without her.
"Please I don't know, all Yui told me was to bring you breakfast and keep you from leaving."
Haruka stopped shaking her and sighed, letting her head drop and letting go of Sayaka. "She should have at least told me she was going on her own..."
Sayaka reached her hand to her, placing it on her friends shoulder. "Yeah, I know... But hey I have breakfast." She grinned, wanting to liven up the mood.
Haruka sighed, crossing her arms. "I'm not hungry."
Sayaka's grinned dropped and she frowned. "Eat! If you don't eat the baby doesn't eat.... I think..."
"Fine!" Haruka said, sitting at the dinning table.
Sayaka returned to her grinning and placed the food in front of her.
"Where's Miyuki?" Haruka asked as she watched Sayaka set the food in front of her.
"I let her sleep in, she got home late from work. She will come by later." Sayaka explained.
"Really?" Haruka asked.
"Yeah." Sayaka chuckled.
"She called me last night, she said she was cooking for you...?"
"Ah," Sayaka scratched the back of her head. "She did cook, but got called back in to work."
"Right..." Haruka looked up at her with suspicious eyes. "You know there's something going on between the two of you, I can sense it."
"That's crazy talk! Now, eat!" Sayaka pushed the food forward and sat across from Haruka with her own plate.
Yui sat across from her parents into the living room. The only word they have said to each other since she walked in were, 'I'll make you some tea.' And 'thank you.'
Now, the hot tea sat on her hands, warming up her cold fingers. Yui stared into the tea, not daring to look up. She wondered if the tea still tasted like before. She took a sip from it and the taste was the same, she should make some back home, she thought.
"Where is Haruka?"
Yui's thoughts were broken with her mothers voice. She looked up, the tea in her hands moving down to rest on her legs.
"I wanted to talk to the two of you on my own." Yui's voice wasn't soft like it would be with Haruka, but stern, like she wanted to make sure they knew it was true.
"she didn't want to come o-"
"It isn't that, I came here on my own!" Yui began to feel that anger from before.
"Alright." Her mother said.
Yui then took a deep breath, finally wanting to get to what she came for. "Why did you blame Haruka for our relationship? Why couldn't you two believe I really love her and she loves me? I'm sorry I'm such a disappointment, but don't blame Haruka! I was the one who proposed to her!" Yui felt the tears wanting to burst, but she held them back.
"We know." Her father spoke up. "We didn't want to believe it, but we know."
"What?" Yui was confused. "Then why did you yell at me through the phone?"
"We were upset you left, that you never called us, or came to visit. We knew why, but we were hoping that you would." Her mother said.
Yui was in disbelief.
"We wanted the two of you here, to tell you that we want to try and be a part of your life and apologize for not being the parents we should be, accepting the both of you. It was hard not having our daughter around, I don't want that to happen again. We're sorry."
Yui still sat there not believing her parents were apologizing. She believed they were going to be yelling at her, telling her she was an embarrassment, trying to convince her to leave Haruka, but none of that came out. Her original scenarios played out differently.
"Wait, so, you're apologizing?"
The two nodded.
"Wow..." Yui let out gust of breath. "Uhh.... ?"
"Yui, we do miss you, we'd rather be in your life than never know how you are. We want to try, we want to see you happy."
Yui thought of her source of happiness. A smile creeped up. "Well, I am happy... And it's not just with Haruka." She looked up at her parents her smile turning into worry. "Actually... Haruka and I... We had a baby."
She heard her mother gasp and her father choke on his tea he had been taking a sip from.
Yui gulped, expecting the worse.
By the afternoon, Miyuki had arrived to Haruka's. When Miyuki came into the house, she searched for her wife and Haruka giggled. "She's in the bedroom sleeping with Haruki."
"What!?" Miyuki exclaimed, surprised to hear her wife was with the baby.
She tiptoed quickly to Haruka's bedroom and peeked in. Sayaka was soundly asleep with baby Haruki beside her. Miyuki could see that the way Sayaka was sleeping was uncomfortable, probably because she didn't want to roll over on Haruki, but it was a cute view Miyuki was witnessing.
"I need to take a picture." Miyuki took her phone out and creeped into the bedroom, snapping a couple of pictures. Once she was done they left the sleeping babies and the two sat in the living room.
"Have you called, Yui?" Miyuki asked.
"I have, but she isn't picking up." Haruka looked at her phone. She had been constantly checking it since the morning, hoping Yui would text or call. "I'm starting to worry."
"It's okay, she will call." Miyuki tried assuring her. "Come here, lay down on my lap." Miyuki sat up and patted her leg. Haruka sighed and gave in. She enjoyed the way Miyuki would sometimes pamper her. Haruka rested her head on the girls lap and looked up at her. Miyuki began to play with the girls hair and she closed her eyes. Slowly Haruka began to fall into a deep slumber.
Just an hour of sleep Haruka jolted up startling Miyuki who was playing on her phone.
"What's wrong?" She asked.
"Has Yui called?" Haruka asked.
Miyuki shook her head.
"That's it, I'm going." Haruka jumped up on her two feet and went to her room to grab her backpack she had packed the other night. Sayaka had been watching her. She had woken up awhile ago with Haruki's small cry.
"What are you doing?" She asked.
"I'm going to Yui's parents home and you're taking me."
"What?" Sayaka's eyes widened.
Miyuki stood by the door watching. "You heard her, you're taking her."
"Yui said I can't." Sayaka gulped.
"Too bad." Haruka said as she was packing Haruki's clothes, diapers, bottles, and medicine.
"Yeah, too bad." Miyuki repeated.
"Why are you on her side?" Sayaka asked.
Miyuki just laughed, walking over to take Haruki from her arms. "Because, Yui leaving on her own was a stupid move from her. Right, my cute baby boy." Miyuki kissed the baby's soft cheek.
Sayaka watched the two girls in awe. She should stand her ground, defend herself from the two scariest people in the world.
"No, you are staying! Yui asked me to keep you home!" Sayaka dared to raise her voice.
"She's going." Miyuki cooed. She looked up at Sayaka with a deadly smile.
"Okay." Sayaka quickly gave up, she had no chance against Miyuki.
"Alright, let's go." Haruka announced.
She took Haruki from Miyuki and placed him in his car seat. But he began to cry.
Haruka tried hushing sounds to relax him, but it wasn't working.
"Is he hungry?" Sayaka asked.
Haruka sighed and rolled her head, "I haven't fed him..." She told herself. Taking him out of the car seat, she cradles him and sits back on the bed to feed him. Sayaka and Miyuki left the bedroom.
Sayaka collapsed onto the couch letting out a breath. "Well, hopefully that will distract her for awhile."
"We are still going." Miyuki glared at Sayaka.
Sayaka sighed, "alright..."
The silence between Yui and her parents was killing her. Only a minute had gone by and she was holding her breath and gripping her tea cup. Yui was waiting for the shouting to begin, but her parents sat quietly, trying to gather their thoughts.
"I should have told you both, I am sorry. I'm at fault for this..." Yui spoke up first, her head dropping, staring at the cup in her hand again, "Haruka believed I told you, but I was mad at the two of you... But when Haruka found out, she... Told me I should tell you and try to work our way back to each other's lives."
Both her parents still sat quietly, until finally her father spoke up.
"When do we get to meet him or her?"
Yui's head shot up, catching her fathers faint smile, then turned to her mother who had tears in her eyes, but still weakly smiled.
"It's a boy." Yui said.
"Oh, a precious boy..." Her mother said breathlessly.
"Yeah, his name is Haruki... I'll bring him once he is better, he had a sore throat recently, but he is fine." She explained.
"Please do so." Her mother said as she stood up, placing the cup of tea down. "I'm sorry, Yui." She made her way to her daughter opening her arms for a hug.
Yui placed her cup down and stood up, accepting the hug. It was weird how all this went, she expected everything to go down different, nonetheless she was glad her parents were willing to try now. Feeling her mothers arms tighten around her, Yui cried. She honestly did miss her parents and it hurt her not having them in her life for the past two years.
Yui cried more once she felt her father wrap his arms around her and her mother.
"Thank you for trying." Yui muffled, holding on tighter to her parents embrace.
Sayaka drove down the road, mumbling on about how Yui was going to kill her. Miyuki, who sat on the passengers side, reached over taking Sayaka's hand to calm her.
"Sayanee, stop stressing. Yui will understand." She smiled.
Sayaka quickly glanced at Miyuki then back at the road. She took a deep breath and slowly exhaled.
"She won't be mad at you, she will be mad at me." Haruka spoke up from the back seat. Sayaka glanced at her rear view mirror to see her looking at Haruki.
"You should have just waited for her." Sayaka said.
"I should have..."
Sayaka waited for Haruka to say more, but she didn't. Just as she fixed her eyes on the road again she saw the car in front of her braking. It gave her a scare and she stepped on the brakes, hearing a small screech. The girls flew forward, their seatbelt a locking just in time then flew back, their backs hitting the seats. "Are you okay?" Sayaka immediately asked Miyuki. Not hearing an answer, just seeing a nod, she quickly turned to Haruka to ask. "Are you and Haruki, okay?"
Haruka checked on the sleeping boy, he was fine, he yawned and went back to sleep.
"He is fine. We are fine." Haruka informed her.
"Sayaka, we are fine. Just a scare." Miyuki assured her wife.
Sayaka was shaken up. She decided to drive to the next exit and pull off to some stores parking lot or a convenience store.
The girls walked into a market, looking for a restroom and something to eat and drink. In the restroom, Haruka was changing Haruki's diaper and Sayaka and Miyuki stood by the sinks watching and waiting for the mother and baby.
Miyuki had been holding onto Sayaka, her arms wrapped around her wife's waist, watching her think.
"Sayaka, we are fine it was just a minor scare it happens."
Sayaka turned, Miyuki could really read her mind. "But what if-"
"No don't start with 'what ifs', we are fine." Miyuki reached up caressing Sayaka's cheek, hoping it would ease her mind.
Sayaka only glanced down, placing her hand on Miyuki's belly and giving a small rub.
"Is everything alright?" Haruka appeared with Haruki in her arms. Sayaka quickly retracted her hand from Miyuki's belly, "yeah, yeah, all good."
Haruka looked at both girls, curious as to what was up with the two. Instead of asking, she just asked if they could head out after a meal.
Sayaka nodded, "we can grab some food here and then head out. How is Haruki?"
"He is fine. I gave him his medicine and now, I have to eat so he can." Haruka explained, holding Haruki tightly into the warmth of her body, even though he was already wrapped up in a blanket.
"Okay, let's eat." Sayaka said and the three set off to eat.
It was evening and Yui was exhausted by now. She excused herself , heading to her bedroom to catch some sleep. When she opened the door to her bedroom, she looked around at how everything looked like it was still in its place. Making her way in and closing the door behind her, she made her way to her bed, throwing herself on it letting out a long sigh.
She loved being home, she missed it, but she had another family and another home. She sat up quickly thinking about her family, Haruka and her son Haruki.
Getting off the bed she walked over to her bag her father had brought up earlier.
Taking her phone out, she saw how many missed calls she had and the many messages from her wife. Yui gulped down her fear, Haruka wasn't one to be ignored with, especially left at home.
Yui sat back in bed and decided to call her, but before that she received a message. It was Sayaka.
'Hey, just a warning but we are about to get there.'
Yui should have known this would happen. She dialed Sayaka's number instead, but no answer.
"Yui." She heard her mother call out.
Yui ran back to the living room, looking out the window she saw a car stop in front of her parents home.
"Who is that?" Her mother asked.
"It's... Haruka." Yui said before running out to the front door and opening it. She found Haruka getting out car, quickly approaching Yui who stood outside shoeless.
"What are you doing here?" Yui asked, trying to sound angry at her wife, though she knew she was the one screwed.
"What am I doing here!? You left me at home! You haven't called, you didn't inform me that you were leaving."
Yui gulped. "I-I wanted to talk to my parents by myself."
Haruka crossed her arms. "You should have at least left me a note or something, not send Sayaka over." Haruka lowered her voice, feeling bad she scolded her wife.
"I'm sorry, I really am." Yui pouted.
Haruka sighed, she couldn't stay mad at her. "Tell me whenever you are leaving, I was worried something might have happened since you didn't call."
Yui moved closer to her wife and took her into her arms. "I'm sorry."
Haruka cupped Yui's cheeks and gave her a kiss, "I'm still mad at you."
"I know... Where's our baby? How is he?" Yui looked over Haruka.
"Sayaka and Miyuki are with him. He is fine, he will probably wake up in awhile." Haruka informed her.
"I'll go get him." Yui kissed Haruka's cheek before walking over to the car.
Haruka watched her, but quickly turned, surprised to see Yui's parents standing at the door.
"Oh, Mr and Mrs. Yokoyama."
"Hello, Haruka." Her father-in-law greeted with a welcoming smile.
"Good evening." Haruka greeted kindly in return. "I'm sorry to arrive at such a time."
"It's alright. But Yui told us, Haruki was sick."
"He is getting better..." Haruka quietly said. She was feeling a little awkward being in front of Yui's parents after a long time. Yui's mother sensed it.
"I am sorry, for the things I said to you before."
Haruka looked at her mother-in-law.
"We can see now, how much you two love each other, we just hope to fix things between us."
Haruka slightly smiled and gave her a nod. "I would be happy, if you two would be a part of our lives."
The parents smiled. "Of course."
Yui returned with her son in her arms ready to be introduced. "Mom, dad, this is Haruki."
Her mother clasped her hands together. "Oh my, he is tiny."
Sayaka and Miyuki had followed behind Yui.
"Sayaka, how have you been?" Yui's father asked as soon as he saw his daughters friend.
"Good." She smiled.
"Let's go inside." Yui's mother said.
Everyone walked in the house, except Haruka. She stood outside the door still feeling uncomfortable.
"Are you okay, Haruka?" Yui asked once she turned to find her wife staring into the house.
It had been a long time since she's been there and the last time she was here, she was arguing with her mother-in-law.
"I'm not sure..." Haruka looked at Yui.
"Ive talked to them, they are fine with us. It's just going to take time." Yui explained.
"You are welcomed here, Haruka." Yui's mother had watched the two and overheard Haruka. She stuck her hand out taking Hatuka's hand into hers. "Come in." She smiled while she tugged Haruka in.
Yui smiled. Following behind, she saw how Haruka turned to her somewhat nervous, still she gave her a small smile.