I smiled as I watched mom rocking the twins in her arms. They’re so cute— I just want to eat them up! They’re amazing babies too; barely cry, like being held and love to sleep. They love all the attention and affection they’re getting too. For newborns, they’re very alert. The house has been buzzing with visitors since mom came home from the hospital and they’re good.
I picked up Sanna and she spit up a little. Normally this would be disgusting but since she’s my little baby, it’s okay. God, I can’t wait to start my own little family. “Hello, beautiful.” I cooed softly.
Andy grabbed Aidan and held him up proudly. “Bro, when you turn thirteen, you’re going to be getting all the cuties. And you’re going to be making stacks. Know why? You’re getting into the industry as soon as you can walk! You’re going to be a heartthrob, little bro.” Andy nodded as I shook my head.
“Hell no! Don’t teach him that.” I scolded. “I feel bad for Cass,” I sighed. He stuck his tongue out at me and I rolled my eyes.
“Shut up. Speaking of Cassandra, I miss my baby girl.” He sighed dramatically before walking over to the couch and calling her. I heard him cooing to her on the phone and I fake gagged before he stuck up his middle finger.
“There are children here,” I scolded. “Don’t be like him, Aidan.” I handed Sanna to mom so she could feed her and I slumped on the floor. I’ve been so bored lately!
“Bored sweetie?” Greg asked.
“Very!” I cried out.
“Why don’t you go out with the girls?” Mom suggested.
“Eh...if Cassandra would stop ditching me to hang with Andy!” I yelled so she could hear.
“Be quiet,” Andy yelled back. “Hello?” He repeated. “Wow, she hung up on me..” He trailed off in disbelief. My phone rang a few seconds later, notifying me that it was Cass. I smirked as I answered.
“Sup babe,” I chirped.
“Hey!” She dragged out.
“I’m mad at you!” Andy yelled, still in disbelief.
“Awe! Tell him sorry.” She giggled.
“She says sorry,” I relayed the message.
“Okay,” He grunted.
“He’s no longer mad,” I said rolling my eyes.
“Now whatcha want to do?” She asked
“Let’s go shopping!” I said in a duh tone.
“Well get ready whore. I’ll call the other girls and we’ll pick you up soon.”
“Bye lover,” I said, purposely for Andy before running upstairs. I quickly showered, threw on a cute outfit, and let my hair air dry. I put on my music while I finished getting ready.
“READY OR NOT HERE I COME! WHERE YOU AT THE NIGHT IS YOUNG!” Andy screamed outside my door. I laughed as Ready Or Not by Bridget Mendler played loudly.
“Go away creep,” I yelled.
I headed down the stairs and went straight to the fridge. I grabbed a Doctor Pepper and sour patch kids before saying my goodbyes and running outside. I stopped in my tracks as I looked at the cute, floral van in front of my house. What the fuck?
“Sup girl!” Everyone greeted me.
“What the fuck is this?” I laughed.
“I wanted my own mystery machine.” Jackie shrugged.
“So where to?” Cass asked.
“Hmm, I was just thinking Rodeo, I could get a new purse!” Sheila suggested. We nodded and drove over. My bodyguard was trailing us and we had our sunglasses on, trying to stay discreet. The last time I was on Rodeo, Dylan and I were mobbed. We ended up going into multiple shops, getting a few new accessories, and I of course got myself a new skateboard. Now, we were sitting in a restaurant, getting some Asian food.
“OMG! Shae?!” Some girl said to her friends, rather loudly. I cursed slightly and dipped my head. I love my fans but, I didn’t want people attacking us right now.
“Where?!” Was all I heard as people looked around. Should’ve kept my sunglasses on. I ducked my head, hiding behind Cass.
“I don’t see her!” Someone shouted sadly.
“I swore I thought that was her.” The girl groaned. Everyone got back to their meals and my friends and I got up and left.
“I want to dye my hair,” I said randomly, as we walked back to the van.
“Okay, I’m down!” They all said happily after a few moments. I loved my friends. Twenty minutes later, we pulled up at Daniel’s hair salon. Daniel’s salon is a well-known celebrity spot in Los Angeles I’ve actually been coming here since I was young.
“Hello!” I greeted as we entered.
“Hey, Shae!” Daniel said. I kissed his cheek as he brought me over to a chair.
“So.. I’m in for a change!” I said grinning.
“Okay, sweetie. What kind?” He asked.
“I want a sort of honey blonde, ginger look,” I said thoughtfully. He nodded, smiled, and got to work. “So how’s life been, dude?” I asked as he began his process.
“Chad and I are fighting again.” He sighed.
“Chad needs to man up!” I said, shaking my head.
“Tell me about it. But I won’t ever leave him though,” He sighed dreamily.
“Of course,” I said laughing. Toxic as hell!
“He’s a sweetheart! He treats me like royalty and hun, the sex is good!”
“Eww! I don’t want to hear about that!” I giggled.
“Please, like you haven’t had sex before,” He said winking. I couldn’t keep my secret dating life from him, he’s a relationship guru. I mean he doesn’t know who it is but he knows I am having fun.
“Whatever...anyways!” I said laughing.
“So why couldn’t Miranda do your hair?” He asked and I playfully gasped.
“Why? Is it a crime to want your favorite whore to do your hair?” I asked, playing hurt.
“I’m teasing, doll.”
“I know but eh, I wanted to see plus she has a new man.” I sang.
“Mmm, and he is a fine piece of man.”
“You are a slut!” I laughed.
“You know it,” He replied. We talked more about him and Chad and other gossip.
“Whoa!” Cass said once we were done.
“You look hot!” Jackie whistled.
“Thank you, thank you,” Daniel said and I hugged him tightly. We left shortly after and drove around a little before heading home. Darien was having a little date tonight, so I needed to get ready.
The sun was setting and I smiled as I saw Shae’s car approaching. I walked over to her as she stepped out, looking as gorgeous as ever.
I cupped her face and kissed her softly. “Hey, baby.”
“Hi,” She chirped.
“Your hair is very pretty,” I complimented as she blushed. I led her to the back of the deserted beach: where I had set up our picnic date. She sat between my legs and I smiled as she made herself comfortable. “So, how was your day?” I asked.
“It was really nice. I had fun with my friends, got some new things, and as you can see, my hair.” She answered.
“Cool, I’m glad you had a fun day. I had a meeting with Michael today and he apologized for the whole Melanie thing.” I shrugged.
“Hmmph, yeah Adrienne was upset with him.” She said and I nodded. Michael now knows to go through her first.
After a few moments of silence, I asked her quietly, “Do you ever think of the future?”
“All the time,” She whispered.
“I sometimes worry that I could lose you,” I whispered as I looked out onto the setting sun.
“I do too.” She spoke honestly. “So many things go through my mind like you finding a new girlfriend, us breaking up because of our careers” She trailed off, sadly.
“Don’t worry about that. I would never ever break up with you and I would do anything to not let myself die and leave you alone. You don’t understand how much I love you. You’re literally my everything.” I pulled her face to look at me.
“I know. I appreciate it and I hope we grow old together.” She smiled brightly.
“We’ll get married, have a huge wedding, have tons of kids, have grandkids, grow old and let our souls be taken together.” I kissed her nose.
She giggled, “How many kids do you want?”
“As many as you would like,” I replied, kissing her temple.
“I want four kids. A set of twins-- a girl and a boy, then later down the line, a girl afterward a little boy. Then we’re done!” She nodded and I laughed at the excitement in her eyes.
“Alright. I will give you what you want.” I said mischievously. “How about we start now?” I smirked before flipping us over. I hovered over her and kissed her hungrily.
“Uh sir, I don’t really want to be an eighteen-year-old mother.” She laughed.
“But we can still practice without getting you pregnant.” I winked.
“You’re such a horny teen boy!” She scolded playfully.
“Only for you baby,” I said. She slipped out of my grasp and started to run away from you. I gasped and quickly started chasing her. I finally caught up with her as she tried to dash into the bathroom building. I caught her wrist and pinned her against the wall. “You can’t ever run from me, baby.” I kissed her roughly and she moaned softly, tangling her fingers in my hair.
I walked down the beach snapping pictures of the sunset. I always did this when I needed to relax my always-tingling mind. I paused as I heard a car playing the radio rather loudly. They were playing one of Shaeleigh’s songs and I rolled my eyes. I can’t stand her, she stole my life. I was the one meant to live this life, not her ungrateful ass. Darien was mine once and now he turns down every girl. What, is he secretly gay? Or are my suspicions right about Shaeleigh placing a spell on him?
I started walking again until I heard a low moan in the background. I turned around and saw a couple making out and basically dry humping each other. I looked closer-- Darien?! He had some girl up against the wall of the beach bathrooms, running his hands up and down her body. Well he’s not gay for sure but wait, who is that? I looked closer and went behind a tree. I saw her side profile and gasped-- I was right! That little bitch! I immediately started taking photos of them and tweeted them out to my twenty thousand followers.