A/N: Okay so here it is, that last of Heartbreak and Harvard. I hope I didn't disappoint anyone. I know this is short, but I just thought it was a good place to end it. I could probably go on and on forever with this story, but I didn't want to bore any of you. I hope to be starting a new story soon, but we shall see. Thank you all for all of your support, you really are the best!
I couldn't help but smile as I watched my husband place the boy's car seats in the back of our brand new SUV. He was being so careful, making sure that the seats were installed properly before we left for the hospital. Today was the day, our sons were coming home. Well, they were being released from the hospital, but they weren't coming home, at least not our home in Seattle. Our parents had decided to throw us a 'Welcome Home' party at the Cullen's house in Forks.
"Ready love?" asked Edward as he finished buckling in the second car seat.
"More than you will ever know."
The ride to the hospital seemed to take longer than any other day. My boys were waiting for me, and I couldn't wait to take them home.
Alice and Rosalie were waiting for us as we walked into the hospital. They were going to be a lot of help to me over the next few months and probably years as Edward and I learned to juggle our responsibilities. It had been decided shortly after the boy's birth, that I would be taking an extended leave of absence from the hospital in order to care for the boys. Thankfully I would have Esme and my mother to help me most days, and they had both volunteered to watch the boys any time. And though I was sure the day would come that I would willingly take them up on that offer, I knew it wouldn't be any time soon. I had spent the last six weeks away from my boys, and I didn't see myself letting go of them any time soon.
Rosalie and Alice helped me change the boys into their going home outfits, before placing them each into a carrier.
"Well see you in a few hours," said Alice pulling me into a hug and kissing my cheek. Rosalie followed in suite before the two of them disappeared out the main hospital doors.
The three of us slept peacefully during the four hour car ride into Forks. Edward was humming along to the radio when I woke up, just in time to see us enter Forks city limits.
I watched as we passed through town, recalling all of the memories of my childhood. The ice cream parlor on the corner of Main Street and Statesville Road, the small church where Edward and I had attended Sunday school nearly every Sunday, Forks High School were all places that meant the most to me.
Edward reached over and squeezed my hand as we passed the house where Tanya had grown up and I smiled, finally at peace with all the drama she had caused us during our lives.
Our families were waiting for us when we pulled into the driveway of Edward's childhood home. I climbed out of the car, and greeted them all before making my way to the back of the car to get my sons, who I willingly handed off to their grandmothers. I couldn't help but smile as I watched them run off with my boys, showing them off and beaming like any proud grandmother should.
Our boys were finally home, and they were perfect, and though I wasn't sure what the future held for Edward and me as far as more children, I knew without a doubt that nothing could ruin the perfect life that we had built together. Our sons were finally home, and we were finally going to be the family that we had always dreamed of being. And just like our fairy tale come true, it was all going to start in the small, always exciting town of Forks, Washington.