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Celebrating a Birthday: Making a Family, #8

Celebrating a Birthday: Making a Family, #8

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Celebrating a Birthday: Making a Family, #8

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4/5 (3 ratings)
Length:
85 pages
1 hour
Released:
Dec 18, 2017
ISBN:
9781386175032
Format:
Book

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When your birthday holds more surprises than you're expecting, and some bittersweet…

Clay
With summer coming to an end, Aiden's birthday is just around the corner. But before that, there are a couple of things we need to take care of for the twins, like having the twenty week sonogram and setting up their room…

Aiden
My belly keeps growing, having two little ones inside makes everything grow a little more than I expected, and the summer heat, which just won't go down, doesn't make me feel any better.
But none of that compares to the surprise I get on my birthday…

This is the eighth novella about Alpha Clay and Omega Aiden in Making a Family, which takes place in a non-shifter Omegaverse world and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).

Released:
Dec 18, 2017
ISBN:
9781386175032
Format:
Book

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Celebrating a Birthday - Rosa Swann

Celebrating a Birthday

Celebrating a Birthday

Making a Family 8

Rosa Swann

An Omegaverse Mates World Story

Celebrating a Birthday (Making a Family 8)

An Omegaverse Mates World Story


Copyright © 2017 ROSA SWANN

All rights reserved. No part of this story may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without express written permission of the copyright holder.


This book contains sexually explicit content which is suitable only for mature adults.


Edition: 20190308


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Contents

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1. Clay

2. Aiden

3. Clay

4. Aiden

5. Clay

6. Aiden

7. Clay

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When your birthday holds more surprises than you’re expecting, and some bittersweet…

Clay

With summer coming to an end, Aiden’s birthday is just around the corner. But before that, there are a couple of things we need to take care of for the twins, like having the twenty week sonogram and setting up their room…

Aiden

My belly keeps growing, having two little ones inside makes everything grow a little more than I expected, and the summer heat, which just won’t go down, doesn’t make me feel any better.

But none of that compares to the surprise I get on my birthday…

Chapter One

Clay

Living with so many people in a single house, especially my own house, is very special and amazing. When we were spending a lot of time in the smaller apartment, it often felt way too full. But here, in this house? It feels right. It feels so good to be with everyone. To have Aiden by my side, in my arms, to have Wes here, with his kids. To have everyone living here, happily. I know it’s just my wishful thinking and I know that it’s not perfect. It won’t be, it won’t ever be perfect. But it’s still good, and makes me happy.

Summer went by pretty fast, and things have been changing at high speed for everyone. Aiden’s belly has grown a lot and he’s really starting to show by now and Wes has, at least visibly, recovered from what his Alpha did to him. His ex-Alpha in not too long, if everything goes well. And for me, the fifth cafe is also coming along nicely, we’re hoping to open it before the new semester starts in September so we’ll have extra places for students and other people going back to work to work at.

Today we’re all, yes, all, going to the stores to look at and pick up a few things for the nursery and the kids’ rooms. We’ve all been living together for a couple of weeks now and have figured out which items we still need to get for the rooms. We originally only bought things that were high on the priority list, like beds and closets for the kids, but now we’ve been living like this for a while, it’s obvious that those things aren’t enough. We’re going to need a desk for Oliver, and probably something similar for Josie too, and we’ll be needing more high chairs for the table since Seb will need one to sit at the table soon and Wilder and Sterling drop by with Des often enough that it’s always good to have a spare one, that, and we’ll be needing two next year anyway...

Two. Twins... It’s still a little hard to believe, though the initial surprise and shock are over now. Aiden has been to see the doctor a couple of times since we found out and his pregnancy seems to be going well, which is good. Hearing about the potential complications was scary. But, right now, we’re mostly just talking about what we’ll be with the rooms and which things we’ll be needing for our little ones. I guess that having both Seb and Mia in the house right now will mean that we’ll have at least a couple of items for really young babies, but the age difference between them and the twins won’t be that much, so many of the things, like the beds, Seb and Mia will still need themselves when the babies are born. Which is another reason we’re going shopping today, to pick out things for the twins.

Wes’ van is just big enough to seat all eight of us in it, though it requires for one of the adults to sit in the back with the kids. Today, apparently, that’s me. I’m not sure how I ended up like this, but it’s fine, Seb is sitting next to me and Mia is strapped in on my other side, they’re both highly entertained when I tickle them or play little games with them. It’s fun to watch and I enjoy doing it.

Behind me, Oliver and Josie are talking about something they saw on TV and it occurs to me how much Josie’s speech has improved since they moved here, and Oliver seems like a great big brother to her, and also to Evan, who is apparently not agreeing with not being included in the conversation. He keeps making sounds at them and Oliver keeps shushing back at him. They’re fun to watch, though I’m keeping an ear out for clues that I’ll have to jump in to make sure no feelings are getting hurt.

Luckily, we arrive at the store without any issues. Which, with this many kids, is quite the feat. As we’re all getting out of the van, we get a lot of looks from people around us. One Alpha, two Omegas and a lot of children, all coming out of a single van... I get the way that that can look to people on the outside. It’s not the truth, but I get how it could look, especially when none of the kids really care who they swarm around in their excitement. Aiden and I have on occasion caught Josie or Evan call out to us with ‘Dad’ or ‘Daddy’, even

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