"I-I am?" Moly asked, as she was still struggling to breath.
"That's right." Doctor Blain said as he adjusted his gloves. "I'll be right back, I have to get a few more assistants and the plastic basinet."
Just as the young doctor left, the expecting girl let out long breath. She still couldn't believe that she was actually giving birth to a baby. Molly thought of it miraculous, but scary. Her naive mind still had no clue what type of pain that it was going up...
Months had passed since the accident and everyone seemed to get better. Nonny's injuries had healed completely, which left him scarless and healthy again. Goby and Deema had finally gotten married. They had their loving wedding in a traditional church filled family and friends. Molly and Gil were just as fine. They were doing great, and Molly was getting farther in her pregnancy. Now being nine months along, she looked like she was ready to pop. Her tummy was big, round, and so adorable to...
Though Oona was already confused about the past events that had happened earlier that day, this set her mind straight. All she could do was look at the beautiful ring that was being displayed before her. It had a whimsical band that was swirled, and a giant dark blue gem implanted in the middle. It was jade. A gem that signified beauty an honor in her distant cultures.
She wanted to jump on Nonny so badly, but that would probably worsen his conditions if. The girl blinked...
Footsteps beated across the tiled floors. These nervous feet were squeaking like mad as they skidded across each little section. These were the feet of Oona, as she was pacing from one side of the room to the other. She was nervous, heartbroken, and most of all, depressed. Her sensitive, "sweetie pie" personality was taking a major beating. The purple haired girl's usually sweet and innocent conscience was filled with thoughts of sadness and thoughts of the future.
Later that day, the baby was still kicking Molly. Throughout the afternoon, the little girl would move and shake. The pink haired girl thought it was very cute, but also alarming. The first few movements were soft, but know they've turned rough. Everytime Molly would try to do something, the baby girl would keep on kicking.
"What is up with you?" Molly asked as she stared down at her tummy.
"Gilly?" Molly called to her husband. "Gil, where are you?"
She searched for him all through their house. He wasn't in the laundry room. Not in the basement. And especially not in the bedroom. The last place Molly looked was in the living room. She was happy to find Gil sitting on the couch and watching television.
"There you are!" The girl said happily when seeing the welcoming smile on her husband's face. "You have to see this!"
Molly was completely surrounded in darkness. Though she was probably asleep, she could still hear. Someone else was calling her name, but this voice was unrecognizable. It was deeper and sounded like it was coming from someone older than she was.
"Molly? Can you open your eyes?" The voice asked.
It was a struggle, but the girl managed to slowly open her eyes completely. When her vision came back, Molly realized she was in a completely different setting. It was...