7 years of marriage, three kids and countless number of pets that have either run away or are forced down the toilet, you couldn’t be happier to be a mom and wife. Sure it was hard, every eye in the entertainment industry watching your every move,listening to every breath. But that’s the price you pay for being married to Calum Hood. He had just gotten back from tour, tense stressed, distant. You have to admit, you not the easiest to get along with but still, why does he have be so stubborn all the time.
“ I just don’t see why you have to hang out with them tonight, babe. It’s Rena’s first dance recital and she really wants you to be there.” You tried to plea with him.
“I missed her first birthday, her first day of school, and she seems to be fine. I just want to hang out with the lads for a bit. Sometimes, I like to be talked to and not nagged at, you know?” He spatt.
“I don’t nag at you, first off. Secondly, You are gone with them most of the year I’m sure a little family time would’t kill you.”
“ And what if it does.” asking as he pulls his coat over his shoulders.
“ Then what kind of flowers would you like at your funeral?” At this point, there was no reason to argue. He isn’t going to budge. With that, your oldest, Cooper, knocked on your bedroom door.
“ Dad, someone’s here.”
“Looks like I’m out of here.” An eye roll for you and a pat on Cooper’s head, he was down the stairs. In the front entrance stood a tall, blonde bombshell with eyes so green, they looked like a forest.
“Y/N, this is Ellie, she works for the boys and I. It’s her birthday, so if you don’t mind, we are going to go celebrate.” With a wink of his eye he was gone.
You plopped down right there on the bottom step. Wondering what just happened, you heard Rena yell for you. Slowly, you stood up and followed the bellowing child’s voice. 15 minutes of trying to get glue out of her hair, you were out the door with a gluey-tutued 3 year old ready to shake her tail feather. The whole drive there, you could’t stop thinking about that barbie doll that your husband is hanging out with.
3 hours later, the kids were sound asleep and you were quite drained as well. However, you planned to stay up until Calum arrived home. Doziness got the best of you until you heard the front door open quietly. Sitting up, you saw Calum peek around the corner. Roll of the eyes was all he was getting from you. You began to head up the stairs til a familiar hand grabbed your wrist.
“ Y/N, I have to tell you something.”