Mommy - TGSixteen year old Garth Rook shook thirty year old Linda Bentworth’s hand, giving her a gentle smile. “Yes, Miss Bentworth, I have everything locked up in my mind. Play with her often, feed her at five, and bed at eight. You will be back at eleven, am I correct?” Garth gave her another soft smile as she nodded and grabbed her purse, bidding him a good rest of the day before walking out to her car.Mommy - TG by DreamLycan
Garth immediately walked over to the crib where sixteen month old Jessie, the daughter of Linda, slept. Miss Bentworth was divorced when she was pregnant so she had troubles with caring for baby Jessie. Garth slowly wrapped his arms around the child and pulled her out of the crib. Ever since his baby brother was born, Garth always loved being around toddlers and caring for them.
Garth cradled Jessie, almost motherly, just because he was so used to caring for the tikes. Jessie slowly opened her eyes and looked up at him, giggling faintly. She stuck her fist in her mouth and gn
In Her ShoesIn Her Shoes by DaftTruth
I sigh and I take off my headphones. It’s 6:00 in the evening and I just got home from a long day of school. I was listening to some Radiohead to get my mind off some things. Enough of that, I suppose.
I walk into the kitchen and I see my mother. She’s young for a parent of a 13 year old, as she’s only in her early 30s. She might as well be on her 20s, though, as everyone has told me that she’s aged well, whatever that means. I’ve also been told by my friends how hot she is. As you can guess, it can get pretty annoying.
Anyway, she must be stressed, as she barely even looks at me.
“It’s right there on the table.”
I look down and I see microwaved ravioli. Shrugging, I get a fork out of a drawer and I begin to eat it.
“So,” I ask, “Where’s Scottie
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