“I know,” Harold said with the clarity of thought and determination that made everything he said important. “She needs a nanny.” He set the baby carrier by the door.
Or, Harold and John find themselves with a very small +1 and scheme to create a family.
- Part 1 of Brought Home
“Kindergarten is only half days, sunshine. You’ll still be eating lunch at home with Grace and Harold,” he said. From on top of his shoulders Leila squirmed. She was growing fast for her age and sprouting like a beanpole, all legs and arms constantly in motion around a little frog belly.
- Part 2 of Brought Home