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Welcoming our Twins: Making a Family, #9

Welcoming our Twins: Making a Family, #9

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Welcoming our Twins: Making a Family, #9

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3.5/5 (2 ratings)
Length:
83 pages
1 hour
Released:
Jan 2, 2018
ISBN:
9781386801788
Format:
Book

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When you're expecting one type of surprise, but get two totally different ones.

Clay
The end of the year is filled with celebrations, and with celebrations always come surprises.
So when things go a little off-script three days before Christmas, we take it all in our stride…

Aiden
While I'm preparing to host my first Christmas party at our apartment, things go a little differently than expected.
It seems that our little boys have their own plans…

This is the ninth 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:
Jan 2, 2018
ISBN:
9781386801788
Format:
Book

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Welcoming our Twins - Rosa Swann

Welcoming our Twins

Welcoming our Twins

Making a Family 9

Rosa Swann

An Omegaverse Mates World Story

Welcoming our Twins (Making a Family 9)

An Omegaverse Mates World Story


Copyright © 2018 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. Aiden

2. Clay

3. Aiden

4. Clay

5. Aiden

6. Clay

7. Aiden

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Blurb

When you’re expecting one type of surprise, but get two totally different ones.


Clay

The end of the year is filled with celebrations, and with celebrations always come surprises.

So when things go a little off-script three days before Christmas, we take it all in our stride…

Aiden

While I’m preparing to host my first Christmas party at our apartment, things go a little differently than expected.

It seems that our little boys have their own plans…

Chapter One

Aiden

The final month of the pregnancy is... trying. It doesn’t help that it’s cold or that we have a lot of holidays and celebrations to take care of. Last week was Clay’s birthday, which we celebrated here. It was fun, but I’ve become so big that moving around has gotten harder and getting dressed in the morning is a real chore now. I wish this was over, I wish I wasn’t pregnant anymore, though, at the same time, I don’t want our boys to be born. I don’t want them out here in the dangers of the real world... And thus the constant stressing of a pregnant Omega.

I lean back on the couch, a notebook next to me, as I’m writing down all the things that we’ll have to take care off for the Christmas celebrations. I’ve never been the one to host a Christmas party before, I either celebrated it at my parents’ place or I wouldn’t celebrate it at all. But this year, both because we have the bigger house and because dragging me all over the place in the state I’m in now isn’t really doing any of us any good, we’re having the celebrations here. Luckily, we were able to get all the family, both mine and Clay’s, on the same night, so at least we don’t have to celebrate it twice. Though... Maybe not with family, but I think Sterling may have plans for the day after Christmas, but, as usual, he’s not telling me.

Aiden? Wes comes over, looking at me with worry in his eyes.

Yeah? I sit up a little more. What’s wrong?

Are you going to be okay? He keeps eyeing me. He’s been doing that a lot, everyone has. They’re all worried that I’m going to burst in the middle of the living room or something. I know I’m big, I know that me being pregnant with twins makes my tummy looks enormous.

I’m fine. They’re not due until after Seb’s birthday, which isn’t until two weeks from now anyway. We’ve got Christmas and then New Year’s to look forward to first. I pull a face.

That’s what I meant. Are you okay doing all that on your own? He comes closer, pulling a chair near. You know I’d love to help you out. You know that it doesn’t matter what the task is. If you need help, ask me.

I know... I show him the paper, the empty paper. It would be useful, and a nice gesture, if I had anything to ask your help with. Another ‘fun’ side effect of being pregnant... My brain is one big mush and filled with nothing but fluffy clouds. The reason that me setting up these Christmas shopping and task lists is taking so long is because I’m only working with under half of my brain, the rest is being annoyingly quiet, fluffy, but quiet.

Wes smiles softly, taking the notebook and putting it aside. Then, let’s not focus on this. Let’s focus on all the other things that are going through your mind.

Clouds? I raise an eyebrow at him.

He grins now. Anything else?

Diapers. I shrug. Do you normally buy those early or do you wait until the baby is here before you buy them? I know it’s different when you already have diapers, when you have kids so closely together, but a nine-month-old, or a one-year-old and a newborn are kinda different in size.

You buy them up front. But I’m not letting you out of the house right now. He gives me a look that tells me that he’s serious about enforcing what he’s saying. So, next on your list of worries?

Are the beds going to be okay? We’ve got two little beds for them right now, and also an extra set of bassinets for our bedroom. We did invest in new bassinets since Seb has been fine sleeping on his own since we moved out of the Wilder’s apartment, but Mia usually still sleeps in Wes’ room. The bassinets are really sweet, white with some light grey elements, and I like them a lot, but it also sometimes still makes me worry that they won’t be enough.

You’ve got two beds for their own room, two bassinets for your room, and we’ve got a second playpen here that we don’t use much now Mia’s grown a little and Evan barely uses the other one. Ehhh... Yeah, more bassinets would be a possibility, but I don’t think we need them. Wes reaches out, taking my hand. "We’ll be fine, really. I’m more worried about you walking all those stairs than I am about the twins and options for them

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