Author's note: Hey, y'all! I'm so so sorry that I haven't been updating Starlight. I promise I'll get to it. But for now, I'm posting several one-shots which were posed as challenges to me. See, I have this friend who fan-fictions too and we throw challenges to each other. She doesn't write Twilight fanfics, though.

Well, the underlined sentence is the challenge. I have others too, but I'll post them at a later date. See how everything goes first (and yes, that means I'm counting on you people to review!).

Disclaimer: Twilight not mine!

"Edward, how many times do I have to repeat myself? Now, stop being such a baby." I crossed my arms and gave me my best strict look.

"Oh, so now I'm a baby?" Edward's eyes smolders angrily for a second before resuming his blank face.

I sighed and dropped my arms to my side, walking over to the rocking chair he was sitting in. "I'm really sorry, Edward. I am. But—stop doing that!"

I spun around to find Edward leaning against my window. Every time I tried to go near him, he'd magically disappear to a different corner of my room. Now I can't hug him and try convincing him to forgive me that way.

His eyes laughed at my exasperation and I knew he was enjoying this. I fell into the rocking chair and drew my knees up, hugging them. The slight rocking motion reminded me to the times when Renee trued coaxing me to sleep. But that was a long time ago.

"What do you want me to do, Edward?" I whispered quietly.

"Oh, I don't know," He shrugged. "How about standing around at the mall all alone for 3 hours before realizing that your girlfriend stood you up?"


"Or how about shaking off teenage girls who shoves their big bulging chests into your face while blinking furiously—"


"—and not to mention how they licked their lips repeatedly. God, they looked like dehydrated hyenas, giggling like that."

"But it was that time of the month!" I burst out finally, wringing my hands. Edward raised an eyebrow and looked on as my face broke out in a full-blown blush.

"Period pains." I grumbled. "It's not my fault. You should really get a cellphone."

Edward's eyes softened. "How bad was it?"

"Very. Charlie was not much of a help, threatening to call the ambulance when he found me. Of course, I wouldn't want to burden Carlisle with such a trivial matter, would I? And!" I raised my index finger to silence Edward's opening mouth. "And thus, Charlie didn't allow me to leave the house. Said that you'd understand." I shot Edward a glare.

Edward examined me as I fidgeted in the awkward silence.

"Okay." Edward said at last, breaking the silence.

"Okay-you'll-forgive-me?" I looked at him hopefully.

"No." Edward drawled slightly as my eyes dropped in disappointment. "Okay-I-need-to-get-a-phone. Now."

I looked up in surprise and saw Edward's handsome face hiding a smile. Tilting my head to the side, I asked tentatively, "So is that guy-speak for yes-I-forgive-you?"

Edward chuckled and pushed himself off the wall he was leaning on. "C'mere and give me a kiss."