Remember when I said that my ianxwendy story was over? well I lied. But this is when Erin is about 6 and yeah. so enjoy and review! love ya!

It has been about five years since Wendy and Ian had their daughter Erin. Erin grow up normally although she had assima and usually had to carry an inhaler. When Erin was four she had an assima attack then Ian and Wendy had to rush her to the hospital. She was fine but it was scary. She was beautiful. She was pale, had long dark-brown hair, brown eyes, and the warmest smile ever. She is now six years old and she got a st. brunard for her birthday, Hewie. Erin was usually alone at school because she was shy and she wear black most of the time. (Ian's fault). One day Wendy was doing laundry but she stopped by Erin's room because she could here Erin talk to herself. Wendy listened.

"Would you like more tea Lily?" Erin asked politly. No answer.

"You are very welcome." Erin said, "So how is your day going?" No answer.

"That is wonderful to hear." Erin said. Wendy walked in. Erin turned around and smiled.

"Hi mom." Erin said, "Did you come here for some tea?" Wendy gave her a puzzled look.

"No just came in to get dirty clothes." Wendy said picking up Erin's clothes, "Who were you talking too?" Erin looked the oppisite way then back again.

"My friend Lily." Erin smiled, "You can't see her?" Wendy faked a smile.

"Ok sweetheart, but Lily will have to leave later because dinner's almost done." Wendy said. Erin nodded and went back to talking to her "friend". Wendy did the laundry in silence, thinking about it, then told herself that it was normal for children to have imaginary friends but for some reason it made her uneasy. After Wendy was done with laundry she cooked dinner. Ian came in and wrapped his arms around Wendy's waist and kissed her on the cheek.

"How was your day?" Wendy asked trying to forget about the strange feeling.

"It was great." Ian said, "You? Where's Erin?"

"My day was good." Wendy said handing him plates to set up the table, "And Erin's upstairs. Can you get her and tell her dinner's ready." Ian ran upstairs into Erin's room and saw her put away her toys.

"Hey hun." Ian said kissing her on the head, "Mom says dinner's ready." Erin put her doll on her bed and headed for the door. When she got to the door she turned around and smiled.

"I know." She said, "Lily already told me." She then left Ian confused then followed his daughter. Wendy and Ian were talking about what happened during the day. After they finished eating, Ian cleared off the table but noticed that Erin didn't even touch her food, she was just staring at it as if it were poison.

"Erin are you ok?" Ian asked sitting next to her. Erin shook her head.

"Then why aren't you eating?" Ian asked concerned. Erin shook her head again.

"I'm just not hungary." She said quietly then got up and left. Ian didn't know what was wrong with his daughter but told himself that she was not feeling well. but for some reason it made her feel uneasy. Erin was coloring at the table when Wendy sat next to her.

"Time for your bath sweety." Wendy smiled.

"Ok." Erin said then went upstairs to go take her bath. Wendy was picking up Erin's drawings when she saw one with Her, Erin, and Ian but there was another little girl that was in pink and had red eyes.

"Wendy." Ian said and she jumped.

"What?" She asked.

"Didn't Erin ever say she was sick?" Ian asked.

"No." She said, "Why?"

"She didn't eat." Ian said, "She just stared at her food as if something bad was in it." Wendy gave him a puzzled look.

"What do you mean? She loves lazannia, it's her favorite." Wendy said, "I didn't do anything to it, I just did it the way she likes it." A half hour past and Ian was tucking in Erin.

"Ok, good night sport, see you in the morning." Ian said getting up.

"Are you staying home tomarrow daddy?" Erin asked.

"Yes I am." Ian smiled.

"Oh then you get to meet Lily." Erin smiled. Ian was confused.

"Who's Lily?" Ian asked.

"My friend. That's why I didn't eat, she wanted to play." Erin smiled as if it were funny.

"Oh um ok." Ian said, "Well goodnight."

"Night." Erin said then closed her eyes. Ian went up to his bedroom and saw Wendy reading a book. She looked up.

"What's wrong?" Wendy asked when Ian laid next to her.

"Did you know about some girl named Lily?" Ian asked.

"Erin said something about her, she must be her imaginary friend." Wendy said. Ian sighed unconvinced. He turned to turn off the lamp and laid down. Wendy started to rub his back and both fell asleep but both still had that wierd feeling about "Lily". The next morning Ian and Wendy got out of bed and were walking by Erin's room then they stopped because Erin was talking to herself.

"Why can't mommy and daddy see you?" Erin asked. No answer.

"Where's your mommy and daddy?" Erin asked. No answer.

"Oh I'm sorry to hear that." Erin said. Still no answer.

"What?" Erin asked.

"Mommy and daddy are outside my door?" Erin asked. Wendy and Ian wondered how she knew because the door was closed and they were really quiet. And without warning she flashes the door open and both jumped.

"What are you two doing?" Erin asked. Wendy hestitated a moment.

"Sweetheart, you need to get ready 'cause we're going to grandma's house." Wendy said.

"Oh ok." Erin said then went to get ready. When they were driving to Wendy's parents house, Erin looked like she did something wrong. Ian noticed it first.

"What's wrong Erin?" Ian asked looking in the review mirror. Erin shook her head.

"I'm just tired." Erin said. Sorry if this story was unconvincing but it has been awhile since I wrote a ianxwendy story. but I'll make it more convincing chapter coming up ASAP! love ya!