Chris Pine Request
Hi could you do a Chris pine request where they have three kids and Chris and the kids where talking about how there happy there isn’t a baby in the house (jokingly) and the reader ends up being pregnant thx luv your blog 😍
You and Chris loaded the kids up in car and took off for a fun day at the beach. Henry, your oldest who had just turned 7, sat next to your 4 year old daughter, Thea. In the back, intently singing to the song on the radio was Olivia, who was just about to turn 6.
“Hey,” Chris let go of your hand to turn the radio down before grabbing it again, “what are you guys most excited about?”
“Swimming,” Henry and Olivia cheered.
“I want to make a sand castle, Daddy,” Thea said in her cute high pitched voice.
“Then we will make a sand castle,” he smiled back at her. “What do you want to do Mom,” he asked you.
“Soak up some sun and have fun with my babies.”
The 5 of you unloaded the beach stuff out of the car and found a spot on the shore. “Can we go swim now, Mom?”
“Go ahead,” you told Liv and sat down in a chair right where the water could cover your ankles. “Don’t go out too far.” After Chris finish setting out the blanket he pulled up his chair next to you and watched the kids splash around in the water. After about fifteen minutes he turned towards you.
“Come on,” he stood up and extended a hand towards you. You took it, got up, and went a foot into the water. “Water feels good today.”
“It does,” you bent down and splashed water up higher on your legs. “It’s a great day for the beach.”
“It is,” he got a suspicious grin. “Want to go further in?”
“Chris,” you caught on quickly, “no.” He moved closer. “No!” He rushed you and threw you over his shoulder, running past the kids and further into the water. The kids were cracking up and, as Chris threw you into the water, you were soaking wet.
The kids came out and sat on the blanket eager to dig into the lunch you had packed. “Mom, why do they had a big umbrella out?”
You looked over to the family Henry was asking about and saw their little beach stroller and the baby in her cute swim suit and little hat. “They’ve got a baby, Hen. Baby’s can’t be out in the sun like you guys can.”
“Can they swim,” Thea asked?”
“You can put their feet in but they can’t stay out from under the umbrella for too long,” your husband told them.
“That doesn’t sound like fun.”
“You guys seemed to like it as babies,” you told Henry.
All through lunch the kids seemed perplexed about what things they could do that babies couldn’t. They asked about water parks, zoos, going on planes, and everything else they could think of. “I’m glad we aren’t babies anymore,” Thea told you. “They can’t do anything fun.”
“And you can’t do anything fun with babies,” Liv grimaced.
“You’ve got that right,” Chris joked. The kids made small comments back and forth about being happy there was no baby with them and you felt a small pang in your heart.” After lunch Chris went to build sand castles with the kids but you stayed back and tried to read your book.
The kids eventually ran back into the water and Chris took a spot next to you on the blanket. “You seem distracted.”
“Just thinking,” you dismissed and put your head back in you book. After a couple more hours the kids were exhausted and you loaded the car back up and drove back home. The kids took their showers, ate a quick dinner, and went to bed. They seemed to fall asleep before their heads hit the pillows.
You were bent over the sink washing your face when Chris appeared in the mirror behind you. “Hey you.”
“Hey,” you dryer your face off and tried to walk past him to get to bed.
“Hey,” he grabbed your arm and stopped you. “What’s up? You seemed off after lunch today.”
“Are babies really that bad?”
“What,” he chuckled. “What are you talking about?”
“Would having a baby again be that bad?”
“No, of course not. Where are you getting this from?”
“At lunch today you and the kids seemed pretty against another baby being in the house. And,” you put a hand over your stomach, “that might be a problem.”
“You’re pregnant?” You nodded and your husband’s face lit up. “You’re pregnant! Are you serious?!”
“Yeah,” you nodded. “I know it wasn’t planned but-”
“-But nothing, this is amazing!”
“You think the kids will be alright with this?”
“I think once they know they’re getting another little brother or sister they will be thrilled.”