NOTE: I own none of these great 7th Heaven characters accept for the ones you don't recognize. The others belong to Spelling and the WB.
A/N: Hello. I've decided to do yet another 7th Heaven story. (It is my favorite show.) I've decided to do kind of a connection thing with Marriage Kids Life. If Matt and Sarah have kids then why not the rest of the Camden crew as well? Well, enjoy the story. And please pardon me if I don't update quickly. I work on other stories, too.
Pairings: Matt/Sarah, Mary/Ben, Lucy/Kevin, Simon/Cecelia, Ruthie/Peter, Roxanne/Chandler, and John/Priscilla.CHAPTER 1
"Paul, hold still," Kevin reprimanded his son.
"Dad! This is stupid!" Paul Kinkirk complained.
"Paul, you said you'd be on your best behavior today. Remember?"
"Yeah." Paul rolled his eyes.
Kevin and Lucy have three kids. Rebecca (thirteen), Paul (ten), and Alexandria (Alexia. She'd just turned seven). Rebecca has long, brown hair and blue eyes. Paul has reddish brown hair and blue eyes. Alexia has shoulder length blonde hair and brown eyes. Kevin was busy helping Paul get ready for school pictures in his bedroom.
Kevin finished tying his son's tie. "OK. You look great, Paul."
"Who cares?" Paul pulled at his uncomfortable tie. "This is lame, anyway."
"I know how you feel. But you're mom wants you to look nice."
"He does look nice," said Rebecca, coming in, wearing a red skirt and silk, pink top. Her hair was down. "If you put a paper bag over his head."
"Shut up!" Paul snapped.
"Guys, knock it off," Kevin ordered his children. "Becky—"
"I was just kidding, Dad. Paul looks great," said Rebecca.
"I feel stupid," said Paul, continuing to tug at his tie.
"Paul!" Kevin hissed. "Stop it." Kevin looked up at Rebecca. "Wow, Becky. You look great."
"Thanks, Dad," Rebecca beamed. "I have to go all out for picture day."
"I'm ready," Alexia announced, coming into Paul's room. She was wearing a long, pink dress with white tights, and black Mary Janes. Her blonde hair was down and had a white headband in it.
Kevin lifted her up. "You look perfect, A." He kissed her cheek. "You all do."
"I think I'll be the judge of that," said Lucy, entering the room. She took a careful look at each of her three kids. "OK. You're dad's right for once. You all look great."
"Oh, thank God. I thought Mom was going to make us change twice like last year," said Rebecca. "Come on, we'll be late for the bus."
"Have a good day," said Kevin, putting Alexia down.
"It'll be when this slow day is over," said Paul.
When the kids left for school Lucy got ready to leave for the church. She'd taken over the church as evangelist (female minister) after Eric retired. Kevin walked up to Lucy in the kitchen and wrapped his arms around her.
"What do you say we both just stay home today and…" he kissed her neck, "forget to work?"
"Don't start," Lucy giggled. "I have to get to the church. I have a sermon to work on. I'm totally stuck."
"Why don't you just call your dad?"
"Kevin, for one thing, I don't need to call Daddy every time I get stuck. And, for another thing, have you heard one of my father's sermons? I barely stayed away."
Kevin chuckled. "OK. Besides an officer's work is never done."
"Great. So let's—" the doorbell rung. "I got it." Lucy walked up to the front door. On the other side were Matt, Sarah, Dante, and Casey. "Matt, Sarah? What are you doing here?"
A/N: Where am I going with this? If you want to find out then give me a review. What would you like to see happen and what do you think would improve it? Let me know!