"I have made my decision. Will both parties please rise."

Both parties rose. The courtroom, filled with everyone from Sonny Corinthos to Lila Quartermaine, was silent with anticipation of the verdict.

"In the matter of parental custody in regards to Michael Quartermaine, I find in favor of the plaintiffs. Michael Quartermaine will reside at the family home of Carly and Alan Quartermaine Jr. with visitation rights awarded to defendants Jason and Elizabeth Morgan. We will meet again in a week's time to discuss a visitation schedule. This court is adjourned."

Jason turned to Elizabeth and encircled her within a hug. They pulled away at the same time and smiled in gratitude at Alexis Davis.

"Thank you." Jason said, offering his hand to shake.

Alexis shook his hand, "Congratulations."

Alexis looked down at the younger woman in awe and then met her eyes, "And not only for winning the case."

She smiled and left.

Jason looked down at Elizabeth, his eyes lit with joy. Her hand was gently massaging her slightly protruding stomach. He placed his hand on top of hers and held it there. She turned and looked up at him with the same light in her eyes.

"I think it is about time we let Michael know he has a baby sister or brother on the way." She offered.

He smiled down at her as he reached into his pocket and pulled out a piece of white construction paper.

"Apparently he asked his Uncle Sonny during his last visit about your stomach. . ." He started with a devilish grin.

"What did Sonny tell him?" She asked, concerned.

He handed her the folded paper and she opened it up. Stenciled in crayon was a list of names in two columns, one for boys and the other for girls.

She hit him playfully, "I guess he's alright with the idea."

As they start walking out of the courtroom, Elizabeth offers, "Em and my gram have agreed to throw a baby shower."

"Isn't it a little too soon, we don't even know the sex of the baby."

She feigned an attempt to conceal her own devilish grin.

"Elizabeth . . ." He started.

"Oh, I didn't tell you what Dr. Meadows told me yesterday when you left for a minute?"

"What?" He asked, excitedly.

"She's gonna be such a daddy's girl." She offered.

He smiled and kissed Elizabeth, not just out of love, but out of joy that their life together was just beginning and they would have many more years to come.