Hey, Twihard/Twilighters and Twimoms!

Well, just like every other girl I fell in love with Twilight the moment I started reading it. Even though, most people don't like it and even the ones who do, hate the fact that Jacob imprinted on his best friend's daughter, Renesmee. I respect your idea, guys. No offence. But I am certainly not one of those people. Jake and Nessie are a huge part of my life. I am crazy 'bout them and here's the result:)

Hope you guys are all safe during this unfortunate circumstance. Take care of yourselves and your loved ones.

I really hope you enjoy the story and please do review. That's all I ask.

So, yeah, Happy Reading!

P. S. I am Team Jacob ;)

Hey! I am Renesmee. Renesmee Carlie Cullen. Everybody calls me Nessie.

There are a few things you should know about me and my family (When I mean family, I mean the wolf people, their imprints, Charlie, Sue and Billy) before you start reading my story.

I am seven years old right now. But, I look seventeen, close to eighteen. I am still growing, but like a normal regular human. My favourite color is purple. My favourite food is blood. My best friend is Jacob Black. Yes, the russet colored Alpha wolf. I love reading books and listening to music. I love doing things that I am told not to do. I don't like parties. Or shopping. But, I do love dressing up and cooking. If I had to choose between a party and a peaceful night of reading with your sweats on, I'd choose the latter. I'd always wanted to have a cat and name him Mr Fluffy Cullen, but Emmett had threatened to kill him. So, I'd decided against it. I hope someday I'll get him, though.

My father is really overprotective and loving. My mother is the sweetest person I've ever come across, though, she wouldn't hesitate to smack my butt when I do mischievous stuff. I don't think Alice and Rosalie need any introduction. They are crazy. Emmett is my favourite member in the family. He always accompanies me in the stuff that pisses off Dad. Jasper and I have a very strange bond. There is a non-verbal agreement with us: we love each other to death, but we do nothing to show it. Esme is such a sweetheart. She is the only person in the family who has never made it to my bad books. Carlisle too. He is perfect in every way possible. Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but why worry when you got Carlisle?

Charlie is the best grandpa in the world. I love him so much, even though he sets my throat on fire. Billy and Sue are my friends too. But, I always trouble Billy, either by running around the house or forcing him to take a walk in his wheelchair. He hates to get out of the house, except the trips to Charlie's place.

The pack is a bunch of bubbling people. You could always go to them when you've had a bad day and forget about it the moment any one of them pulls you into their massive bear hugs. The girls are the best part of the pack. They are funny and sweet and make the best of friends.

"Renesmee Cullen," Mr Goldman announced.

Today was my graduation ceremony. I went to Forks High School just like everybody else in my family did (Well, except for Carlisle and Esme.). I had been waiting eagerly to go to high school, because I had always yearned to have human friends and in no time it was over and here I was standing in my yellow (ugly, I should mention) graduation robe.

I ran over to my Mom and Dad, who seemed to be more excited than me. As Esme said, they were the happiest people on Earth when I was happy. Both hugged me and congratulated me.

Mom gave me a high five and grinned. Dad looked at me with his ever so wonderful smile and I knew whatever he wanted to say, the smile said.

"Wouldn't hurt to open your mouth and say a few words of appreciation, though," I punched him on the shoulder and we both burst out laughing.

"I'm so proud of you, nudger. It's so cool," Mom said in assurance and I smiled.

"Thank you, Mom."

"Pretty much cooler when you are just seven years old," I heard somebody say from behind. Of course, I was only seven years old but I was seventeen physically and mentally (One of the few characteristics of a half human-half vampire species). Carlisle had told me that if people knew about me, our lives would be in danger as well as theirs. I turned around to look and found…

"Jake!" I squealed as I threw myself into his ever ready welcoming arms. Mom had always said that our moves were always well synchronized and easily predictable. Like if I yawn, Jacob would already be on his feet with me in his arms and the next thing I know, I'll be in bed, tucked in and ready to go sleep.

He lifted me up and twirled me like a two year old. "Put me down, Jake," was the best I could say between my laughter. "I thought someone said he will not be coming to my graduation," I teased him with a smug smile.

I vividly remember the day I had told Jacob that I wanted to go to high school. I was sitting in the dining while Mom and Dad stood across me, leaning against the kitchen counter. I had already told my family and Jacob was the only person I hadn't said it to. It was just like another day. Jacob walked into the house, right after his patrol the previous night, with a jean shorts.

"Morning," he'd said to everyone and sat near me, planting a kiss on my forehead. My family greeted him and went back to doing their jobs. Dad and Mom shot a cautious glare at us. I had been so nervous and frankly, scared of telling Jacob that I wanted to go to high school. Jacob looked back and forth at my parents and me. "Is there something going on in here?" he asked to my parents. They just looked at him and Dad gave a small shrug. "Ness?" he asked me.

"Um, yes, Jake…I…" I had begun.

"Temme you are alright, oh, please tell me you are alright!" His face grew serious.

"No, I am perfectly alright. Nothing is wrong with me," I assured him.

"Thank goodness."

"I gotta tell you something. It's all good," I tried smiling and he nodded telling me to continue. "I have planned," –he raised his eyebrows- "to go to Forks High for senior year, Jake."

Jacob stood up in a jolt, banging his fists on the table as the chair he was seated on went screeching backwards. "You what?" he bellowed.

I jumped in my seat. "Um, I—"

He cut me off. "Oh," he rolled his eyes, "I perfectly heard you. Tell me this is all a stupid joke." He looked at my Mom and Dad. "You are not letting her do this, are you?"

"Jacob, this is what she wants," Mom tried to reason with him.

"Bella!" Jake growled with disappointment. "Look," he talked to Dad and Mom, "you two of all people know that Forks High is lame and sucks. And that is not even my point. Do you think that after being home schooled by your family she could go directly to high school and survive? I am not even sure how she could control her thirst around all those people. She hasn't seen a single human besides Charlie, Sue and Billy."

"I get along with Emily, Kim and Claire," I mumbled and he stared at me.

"Look, I don't think this is the right thing to do. Edward, I am really worried. Think of Ness' difficulty to control her thirst, the bullies, the boys-oh, the boys!" By this time, Jacob has sat on the couch with his head in his hands.

I took his hands from his face and looked at him. "Jacob. Please. I want to do this. I had always wanted to do this. I don't want to miss out high school. The science labs, gym, graduation, prom—"

"You hate dancing!" he shot at me.

"Not my point, Jake. I mean it is a part of everyone's life. You, of all people, know how much normal I want to feel. I can control my thirst really well and I swear I'll be fine. I could take care of myself. Please."

He shot me a why-Ness-why look. "Fine!" he said and stood up. "I am picking you up every day after school and don't you ever dream that I will be present for your graduation," he said and stormed out.

Mom and Dad chuckled and looked helplessly at the door.

"He is such a puppy," Rose had commented from her room and I couldn't help but laugh.

"Well, technically, I didn't. It's over, right?" he said, breaking me from the trance. He looked at dad. "Do you mind if I steal her?"

"No. But make sure you bring her back to the house by 6," Dad answered.

"OH NO!" I whined as it hit me that Alice was throwing a graduation party for me. I hated parties, thanks to my mother.

"Don't worry, sweetheart. Esme had strictly told her not to go over board," Mom assured me and I rolled my eyes. I kissed my parents goodbye and walked with Jacob to the car.

"What are we doing?" I asked him as I fastened the seatbelt.

"It would really help if you could wait," he said.

"Oh, great! Now you are keeping secrets from me."

We went to LaPush in his Rabbit. He opened the door for me and we walked in the First Beach for some time. I rested my head on his shoulders and he smiled at me one of his dazzling smiles. Oh, God! I wouldn't trade anything for this smile. We sat on the beach for an hour, enjoying the warm breeze and watching the waves come and go. I sat there inhaling his gratifying wolfy scent. Everything seemed to be perfect when I was with Jake.



"I got you a graduation present." He grinned sheepishly.

"Oh, Jake. That is so sweet. You didn't have to get me a present, though." I kissed him on the cheek and smiled. He stood up and motioned me to do the same and we walked into the forest behind the rez. "I thought you were going to give me the present, Jake," I wondered.

"I am."

"Well, what is my present doing in the woods?"

"It would really be better if you could shut your mouth as well as your eyes," he half teased me and I stuck out my tongue, closing my eyes as he had told me to. We walked a several miles longer when he asked me to stop and open my eyes.

Wow! God, nothing could be more beautiful than this. He had built a tree house for me. It had a big ladder. That should be definitely for Jake. I was a good climber. I stared at the tree house for too long, completely dumbstruck.

"Well?" he interrupted my thoughts. I looked at him with my mouth wide open. It was breath-taking. "You like it?"

Was he crazy? I loved it. "Like it, Jake? I love it!" I threw my arms around him.

"Shall we go?" he asked, pointing at the house.


In nothing more than a jump I reached the tree house. Jake chuckled as he climbed the ladder. I saw the door and my eyes welled up. Jacob and Renesmee. He had carved it on the door. Strong warm hands wrapped me up and I knew Jake had climbed up. Smart boy. He knew not to spoil the moment and took me inside. The house was so beautiful. It had a white mattress on the floor and wooden table which had a little flower vase with fresh white lilies on it. Of course, he knew it was my favourite flower. There was a small metallic photo frame which the picture of Jacob and me lying on our stomachs, our faces supported by our hands and grinning at the camera. It was a picture taken by Emily. The windows didn't have doors and there was no curtain which was pretty cool and I caught a glimpse of a hammock waiting for us in the balcony. There was wooden wolf hanging down from the ceiling and a little girl was sitting on its back.

"That's you and me. You like it?" he was grinning from ear to ear.

"Jacob, I love you so much! This is the best present I have ever received. Thank you so much."

He pulled me into a hug and kissed my hair. Of course, this was the best gift ever. Jake had made this for me.

He pulled back and poked my nose.

"I'm glad you like it."

My thoughts: This is my own personal heaven on Earth!