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I challenged everybody, but when I came to Uncle Em, I lost. He's the only one who can resist it, which mean I have to fight with all my power, but we all knew that wasn't enough against Uncle Em. He's the master of videogames, and if you challenge him in one, you won't need Alice to know you're doomed. After the tournament, Grandma Esme started to make me dinner. Grandpa Carlisle went back to his office, Aunt Rose went to the garage to fix on her car, Uncle Em stayed in the living room, watching TV and Mom and Uncle Jasper went to play a round of chess. Alice was in her closet, I guess. "What do you want to do before dinner??" Dad asked and walke me out of the living room. I d stopped walking and pressed my hand on his neck, showing him his grand piano, and how we both sat on the stool while he was playing. He looked at me and smiled. "You like when I play, don't you?" he asked and I smiled and nodded. I loved when my dad played the piano almost as much as Aunt Allie loves to shop. We walked over to the piano and sat down on the stool. "What do you want to hear??" he asked and me. I thought about it for awhile, I couldn't decide. But after 20 seconds of thinking, I decided. "Mom's lullaby." I said and I heard how mom laughed. Dad smiled and started to play the song he once wrote to my mother. The familiar melody filled the room and I closed my eyes and leaned against me dad s shoulder, enjoying the moment. Dad had taught me play a long time ago, but I enjoyed more to listen, then to play myself. "But you're really good honey." Dad said and suddenly, somebody hugged me from behind. I opened my eyes to see that it was mom. She kissed my hair and hugged me tighter against her chest. "Why don't you play for us??" she asked and dad stopped to play, looking at me with pleading eyes. I don't understand why the two of them likes when I play so much Dad laughed at my thoughts and then stood up from his seat and made a gesture against the piano, wanting me to start playing. I sighed, but moved to the center of the stool, and started to play. It didn't take long for the audience to grow. When I had played for a few seconds, the all came to hear (even though they can hear just as good out from the garage as they did there). But I gave no notice to them; I just did as they wished, and played the song. When they song drifted to an end, I heard how Uncle Em started cheering behind me, quickly followed by laughs from the others. I turned around in my seat and looked at my family. Mom was in dad's arms, smiling brightly, just as my dad. Aunt Alice stood next to Uncle Em, they both were clapping and cheering like crazy. Jasper was leaning against the wall, grinning, and Aunt Rose stood next to Carlisle, they both were smiling. Grandma Esme came over to me as soon as I had turned and gave me a big hug. "Oh, honey that was beautiful!" she said and kissed my cheek. I smiled back at her and stood up from the stool, only to be crushed in the arms of the teddy bear, also known as my Uncle. "Nessie, that was great! You beat your old man in everything, don't you?" He said, and everybody laughed. I tried to get out of his steel grip, but he only hugged me tighter, and I could bet all Alice's clothes on that he was grinning right now.
"He is." Dad said and I felt how Uncle Em tensed in his grip. "Relax, Emmet. She was thinking about how you were crushing her in your bear hug and she bet all Alice's clothes on that you were grinning, which you were." Dad answered simple and I heard how Aunt Allie hissed at me, which made them all laugh, even me. "Renesmee! Never do that again! What if you had lost?!?!" she said in a horrified voice, but she didn't fool me. "Aunt Allie, you knew I wouldn't have lost, you're the psychic, remember? And I know you can t see my future, but it was pretty obvious that he grinned since Uncle Em always grins, you know that." I said and looked at her with my puppy eyes. She squealed loudly and joined us in our bighug. 'Dad. Help. Can't. breathe.' I though and he laughed, but did as I asked him and separated the two hug monsters from me. "Hey, you two, she can't breathe. You want her to be alive for tomorrow, don't' you??" he asked and they both let me go quickly, grinning. I had no idea what they were planning for me, but on the other hand, I didn't wanna know "Dinner's ready for you, Renesmee." Esme announced and walked out of the room. I followed her to the dining room and sat down, trying not to wrinkle my nose. Human food wasn't as good as animal blood, but through the years, I've learned to eat it. Esme placed a plate with pasta Bolognese in front of me and smiled. "Here you are sweetie." She said and walked out of the room. I looked at the plate and wrinkled my nose, now that no one was watching. It wasn t as bad as it smelled, but blood definitely smelled and tasted better 'Next time, I wanna hunt.' I thought and started to eat. *15 minutes later* I put down the fork and stood up from the table. Grandma Esme was immediately there and looked at my half finished plate. "Finished already, dear?" she asked me and I nodded. She smiled at me and took the plate from the table in inhuman speed and started to dish it, so I walked out of the room. I learned a long time ago that if you try to help grandma out with the dishes, you will get no for an answer. She never lets me help out, nobody here does. Every since I could remember, everyone around me has done all that kind of things, never letting me do it myself. I walked up the stairs in inhuman speed and walked into my room. Of course my dad was there, together with my mom, both sitting on my bed. When I walked in, dad patted the space between him and mom, as a gesture for me to sit down. I walked over to them and sat down, preparing for the scolding that would come. "Renesmee, why did you jump out of that window??" dad asked harshly and I looked down at the floor.
"I'm sorry mom and dad, but I was fine, really." I said, still looking at the floor. The truth was that it actually was a little fun. "Yes you were, but what if you got hurt? Do you know how much that would hurt me??" mom asked and I looked up to see her in the face. "Mom, dad, I'm a half vampire, I don't get hurt by stuff like that, but if I would, you know I would heal really quickly." I said, remembering last year when we hunted and a mountain lion had given me a bruise. Everybody got really worried, but it had disappeared in 1 hour. "But honey, please warn us before you do things like that, we get really worried." Mom said and gave me a hug. In reality, I actually thought it was kind of silly, but maybe my overprotective parents would be happy if I agreed "Alright, I will. I said and they both hugged me tightly. Then, I remembered something I wanted to do today. I looked at dad with pleading eyes. "Please, can I go out and watch the stars, alone??" I asked and he looked at me, considering it. "Well, alright. But don't be gone too long, tomorrows a big day." He said and winked at mom, who laughed at him. "Okay, and by the way, can I use the window??" I said, pointing at it. They both looked at each other and dad nodded once. Then, he was out the window. I looked at mom with an irritated look. She laughed at me. "Yes honey, you can. Edward will stand there to make sure you don't get hurt." She said and gave me a small hug. I sighed mentally, wondering when this nonsense would end. "Have fun watching the stars." She said and disappeared through the door. I walked over to the window. 'This is ridiculous, you know that, right?" I asked him. "Maybe for you it is, but for us, it's not." He said and I sighed again. I leaped trough it with grace and landed softly on the ground below, next to my father. "How about now? Still think this is necessary??" I asked him. He laughed a small laugh and hugged me. "Not as much as I thought it was at first, but still, yes." He said and let me go. 'Bye dad.' I thought and ran in inhuman speed through the forest. The cold wind blew through my hair and I giggled, enjoying the cool night. I ran until I reached a small place meadow covered in moss I had discovered one time when we were hunting. I lay down on the cool, soft moss and looked up into the dark, blue sky, with its thousands of diamonds, sparkling brightly at me.