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- Posted: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 23:28:54 +0000
Did he really have to pat her head? Really? Though that's not to say she didn't like it, but, well. She had mixed feelings? Nonetheless she put that aside when her father bent down slightly and she looked up at him, blinking. Nachtmerrie just gave Sorrel's hand a slight squeeze before she took her hand from his and moved over to sit on the guardrail; looking around to try and find her two youngest. For little kids with white hair, they seemed to be hiding pretty well. Azalea looked up to her old brother and smiled before turning back to her dad. Yeah, she could still get what she wanted, just had to clue Saffron in along the way. "Of course he can play if he wants! And I want you to play... Tag! So you're It! Though the original idea wasn't tag, perse. He was still going to have to chase them, right? And as long as they can outrun him, everything should be fine. After she spoke she ran off with Saffron; her direction was going towards the ball pit. Nathaniel and Alma should be waiting around there to help push their dad in if she was unable to.
Then if and when that's complete, they get to dog-pile him. Simple enough. So Saffron surely could partake in it if he felt like going in a ball-pit. "We need to get daddy towards the ball-pit, Saffy." And that should be enough for him to understand what her plan was. Nachtmerrie just snickered lightly after she saw her kids run off and her eyes fell to Sorrel. He had all the fun, didn't he? Well that was give or take. Everybody who knew her well got endless amount of fun from how she looks and what her actual age is. At least she knew Sorrel did. But she still had her own amount of fun. Whereas Sorrel was strict, she was playful and more lenient, really. In the end she was content to just sit back and watch, since that was still fun too.
This time Sorrel gets to be picked on, sort of. And that was good enough for her. She surely couldn't win against him since he could pretty much turn anything back against her. The kids stood a better chance than she did. Or did they? well, while Sorrel was in her life from when she was five, at that, there was a large period of time when he was gone. And he's been in the kid's lives ever since they were born. Eh. In the end it didn't really matter. Sorrel was Sorrel, and winning against him would never be easy. But she was probably... masochistic, and enjoyed it that way. Because it always reminded her of their childhood and how things were back then.