I decided to go ahead and start this one.

I got the idea for this story after reading yugixyamiyaoilover's story summary for the story New Mommy. I got her permission to write a story of my own passed off of this summary, so this story is dedicated to yugixyamiyaoilover for letting me write my own version of this story.

Pairings:

YugixYami(Puzzleshipping)

SetoxJoey(Puppyshipping)

RyouxBakura(Tendershipping)

MarikxMalik(Bronzeshipping)

TeaxTristan(Supportshipping)

SerenityxMokuba(Silblingshipping)

AmaraxAknankanon(no shipping)

past YamixHeba

Ages are:

Seto, Bakuraa- 29

Yami, Marik- 28

Joey, Malik- 27

Yugi, Ryou- 26

Serenity, Mokuba- 22

Summary: Atemu Sennen, known as Yami to his friends, lost his dear wife Heba a year ago at a young age. Now, Yami is searching for someone knew after grieving for his wife. When yami meets Yugi Mutou, a doctor, he finds himself attracted to the man after only having just met him. Wgen given the chance, Yami decides to take the chance and date him. Yami's main fear is how his four children that he had with Heba will react to Yugi since he is a man. As the relationship progresses, Yugi and Yami learn more about each other and grow closer. Will their relationship work out? What will happen along the way? Will Yami be able to find happiness again with Yugi?

Warnings: yaoi, lemons, mpreg

Disclaimer: I own nothing!


Chapter 1- Searching for Love

Atemu Sennen, known as Yami to his friends and family, was working. He was twenty-eight years old and the head of Sennen Incorporated, a business that he inherited from his father. He had star-shaped, tri-color with blonde, lightening bolt streaks going up the spike. He also had very sharp facial features as well as crimson eyes. He was rather lean although he was shorter than most people his age were.

The intercom buzzed.

Yami hit a button on the intercom and said, "Yes."

"Mr. Sennen, the files you wanted are here." the secretary said.

"All right. Bring them in." Yami said.

A few moments later, the secretary walked in and handed them to Yami.

"Thank you." Yami said.

The secretary then left the room.

Yami started to look over them.

Yami was a widower. He had lost his dear wife, Heba, about a year and a half ago.

Heba had been a beautiful young woman who was loved by all. She and Yami had been high school sweethearts, and they had been married for ten years. The two had had four children together.

Heba's passing had been a harsh blow to Yami. He had loved his wife dearly, and it had hurt him badly to lose her. After losing her, Yami and his four children moved back in with his parents so that they could help Yami out.

Recently, Yami had started dating again, but none of the people he dated was what he wanted.

Yami started to look over the papers he had been given.


Yugi Mutou, a twenty-six year old doctor, walked into his office. He had star-shaped, tri-color hair, rather innocent facial features, and large, amethyst eyes.

Yugi sat down at his desk and started to write on some forms.

Yugi had been working at the hospital for two years, and he was one of the best doctors in Japan.

There was a knock on the door.

"Come in." Yugi called.

A nurse walked into the room. "Dr. Mutou, your next appointment is here." the nurse said.

"All right. I'll be there momentarily." Yugi said.

The nurse nodded before she left the room.

Yugi finished up what he was doing before he stood up and left his office.

Yugi was a well-known doctor throughout Japan although he had a few other accomplishments that he was well known for. Yugi was still a single man. He had been in a few relationships, but none of them had worked out in the end.

Yugi walked into an examination room and said, "Hello, Mrs. Henry. How are you today?"

"I'm fine, Dr. Mutou. This check-up is unnecessary." Mrs. Henry said.

Yugi chuckled. "Please let me be the judge of that." Yugi said.

Mrs. Henry nodded, and Yugi started his examination.


Yami walked into the Sennen mansion after a long day at work. He was exhausted.

"Daddy!" a young girl cried. She ran to him.

Yami picked the little girl up. "Hi, Sophia. How was school today?" Yami asked.

"It was great! I love school so much." Sophia said.

"I hate it." a voice from the kitchen muttered.

Yami walked into the kitchen to find two boys and a toddler in the room. "You don't have a choice, but to go, Mitchell." Yami said.

"I know, Dad, but I hate it. School's no fun." Mitchell said as he crossed his arms. Mitchell was thirteen years old. He had star-shaped, tri-color hair like his dad, but he had deep blue eyes.

"Mitchell's just mad because he doesn't do well in school." the other boy said.

"Shut up, Brighton." Mitchell snapped.

Brighton was eleven years old, and he had tri-color hair, too, but his was straight and short. He also had crimson eyes.

Sophia was only five, and she had long, tri-color hair. She also had blue eyes like Mitchell.

Yami set Sophia down, and she immediately ran off. "Where are your grandparents?" Yami asked.

"Grandpa left a little while ago. He said that there was something he needed to do in town. Grandma just went upstairs." Brighton said.

The toddler started babbling incoherently, and Yami walked over to him. "All right, Danny. I get the point. I haven't spoken to you yet." Yami said, picking the toddler.

Daniel, Danny as a nickname, was the youngest of the four children. He was only a year and a half. He had tri-color hair, but it wasn't in the shape of a star. He also had crimson eyes.

"Oh! Atemu, I didn't hear you come in." Amara, Yami's mother, said. She was one of the few people that actually called him Atemu on a regular basis.

"I just got here. I was talking to the kids for a minute." Yami said.

"All right. I just didn't realize you got home. How was work?" Amara asked.

"Same as always. The business is doing great, though." Yami said.

"I know. Your father said that it's doing better than when he ran the company." Amara said.

"That's hard to believe. Dad was one of the best businessmen I ever knew." Yami said.

"Well, if he thinks that, then you must be an even better businessman than Grandpa was, Dad." Brighton said.

"Have you guys done your homework?" Yami asked.

"Well-" Mitchell started.

"Go do it." Yami said.

"Fine." Mitchell said before he left the room.

Brighton, however, stayed.

"What about you?" Yami asked, looking at his other son.

"I did mine already." Brighton answered.

"All of it?" Yami asked.

"Yeah. It's not that hard." Brighton said.

"Well, you can go and play." Yami said.

"Thanks! I'm going to play the Wii." Brighton said, running out of the room.

"I swear that boy is a genius." Yami said.

"I know. He does everything without that much help." Amara said.

Danny started squirming in Yami's arms, so Yami set him down so that Danny could walk around.

"So, are you and Amanda going out tonight?" Amara asked.

"Yes, but I won't be gone long." Yami said.

Amara sighed. "Yami, if you don't date, you won't find someone else." Amara said.

"Mom, it's hard to date again after what Heba and I shared." Yami said as the two walked into the living room and sat down.

"I know, Yami. Heba would have wanted you to move on. You said that yourself." Amara said.

"Yeah. I know. I'm breaking up with Amanda because she can't stand the kids. I can't be with someone who won't accept my kids." Yami said.

"Hmm. That's a good point." Amara said.

"Mom, there's a chance that I won't ever find the right person, but it certainly is not Amanda." Yami said.

"Well, maybe the next one will be better." Amara said.

"I doubt it." Yami muttered as he slumped in his chair.

Amara could see her son was upset, but there was very little that she could do to help him.


That night, Yami had gone out to meet his soon to be ex-girlfriend.

"Hi, Yami!" the brunette said excitedly.

"Hello, Amanda." Yami said.

"Come on. We have to go to the restaurant. We'll be late for our reservations." Amanda said, grabbing Yami by the arm and trying to drag him off.

Yami resisted her. "Amanda, there's something that I need to tell you." Yami said.

"What's that?" Amanda asked, smiling seductively at him.

Yami internally cringed. 'What made me go out with her in the first place?' Yami asked himself.

"Well, what is it, Yami? We'll be late for our reservations otherwise." Amanda said, sounding snappy.

Yami's eyes narrowed. "I'm telling you that I don't want to date you anymore." Yami said.

"What?! Why?!" Amanda demanded.

"I don't like the way you treat my kids like they are some kind of a bother, for one." Yami said, crossing his arms.

"They don't want us to be together!" Amanda retorted.

"That is something they were smart about. All you want is my money because you want us to go to the most expensive restaurants, and you expect me to buy you expensive things. I am not going to let you use me like this." Yami said.

"That's not true!" Amanda retorted.

"That's right. You also want to get in my pants. Well, that isn't happening. You hate my kids, you want my money, and you want my body. You don't even care about me, so we are not going to date anymore." Yami said.

"It's just because of those brats, isn't it?" Amanda spat.

"No. It's because of your reasons for dating me. I will not date someone because they want to be with me for those reasons." Yami said.

"Come on, Yami. We can work this out. Send the kids to boarding school, and you'll be happy with me." Amanda said, trying to get Yami's arm.

Yami took a step back form her. "No. Amanda, we are through. You are greedy, and I am not feeding that. You can find someone else for that. Good-bye." Yami said before he turned and walked off.

"You'll regret this! I was the best thing to ever happen to you!" Amanda shouted after him.

Yami rolled his eyes. 'No. I lost the best thing that ever happened to me.' Yami thought.

Deciding to take a walk, Yami started walking through the park. 'I wonder if I'll ever find someone else. I know that Heba would want me to move on, and I am trying, but there doesn't seem to be anyone out there for me. No one is what I want.' Yami thought.

Sighing, Yami sat down on a bench to think.

'I want someone who will love me for who I am. I want someone who will accept and help me raise my kids. I want someone who just wants to be with me. I didn't think that was too much to ask for, but maybe it is. Maybe I won't ever find someone else.' Yami thought.

Getting up, Yami kept on walking through the park.


Yugi was sitting in his living room, reading the paper for the day that he didn't have the chance to read that morning. He was enjoying a cup of coffee while reading.

There was a knock on the door.

"Just a minute." Yugi called. He folded the paper and set it down on the table before he got up and went to answer the door.

"Hi, Yugi!" Joey Wheeler, the man at the door, said. Joey had blonde hair and brown eyes. He was also tall.

"Joey, what are you doing here? I thought that you and Seto were out of town." Yugi said.

"Well, we were, but Seto had to come back. Something with the company. You know that Seto can't stay away from his company that long before he has a panic attack and decides to come back." Joey said.

Yugi laughed. "I guess so. Come on in." Yugi said.

Joey walked into the house, and Yugi shut the door.

"I hope I'm not disturbing you, Yug." Joey said.

"Nah. I was just reading the paper. I didn't get the chance to this morning." Yugi said. He picked up his cup of coffee. "Want some coffee?" Yugi asked.

"Sure. I could go for a cup." Joey said.

The two went into the kitchen, and Yugi poured a cup of coffee for Joey. "Cream and sugar as always?" Yugi asked.

"You know it." Joey said.

Yugi added in the cream and sugar before he handed the cup to Joey.

"Thanks, Yugi." Joey said.

"No problem. Why did you come here, anyway?" Yugi asked, sitting down across from Joey.

"Well, I thought that I'd let you know I was back. Besides, I don't know how long Seto is going to be." Joey said.

"Well, I'm glad that you let me know. I would have thought that you were still out of town otherwise." Yugi said.

"I know you would have. So, what's new with you?" Joey asked.

"Nothing. Everything's the same with me." Yugi said.

"Too bad." Joey said.

"Joey, it's not a bad thing. I'm happy right now." Yugi said.

"Still, I think that you need to date again, Yugi. It's been a few years since the last time you went out with someone." Joey said.

"Joey, I am happy. I don't need someone in my life to make it any better. I know that you might not believe this, but I am happy." Yugi said.

"I know you are. I just worry about you." Joey said.

"Well, you can stop. I'm fine, Joey. Really." Yugi said.

Joey sighed. "Well, if you say so, Yugi." Joey said.

"Joey, I'm fine." Yugi assured his friend.


Yami walked into his house after breaking up with Amanda and taking a walk.

"Hey, Dad. How was the date?" Mitchell asked. He said date with disgust.

"Mitchell, I've told you not to take that tone." Yami said.

"Sorry, Dad. I just didn't like that woman." Mitchell said.

"I didn't really, either. I don't even know what I went out with her." Yami said.

"So, you getting a new girlfriend?" Mitchell asked.

"I don't know. I'll see. Besides, you don't have to worry about that." Yami said.

"Oh, all right." Mitchell said.

Yami then left the room. He walked into the living room and found his father. "Hi, Dad." Yami said.

"Hello, Yami. Your mother told me that you were breaking up with Amanda." Aknankanon said.

"Yes, I did. I'm still trying to figure out why I went out with her." Yami said as he sat down beside his father.

"Well, you're lonely, Yami, and you were wanting to find someone. I think that you just didn't pay that much attention to personality until after the fact." Aknankanon said.

Yami sighed. "I suppose so. I just have trouble with it because it feels like I am trying to replace Heba." Yami said.

"Yami, you will never be able to replace Heba. That is a fact. It doesn't mean that you can't find someone else that you love as well. You need to just get to know a person first and make sure that they are what you want in a person." Aknankanon said.

"I'm not sure that I'll ever find someone again." Yami said.

"Give it time, Yami. I'm certain that you will find just the person that you are looking for." Aknankanon said.

"I hope so." Yami said. He still wasn't sure that he would ever find that person.


The following day, Yugi went to the hospital for work.

"Hi, Yugi." a nurse said.

"Hello." Yugi said. He knew that there were a few of the nurses that had crushes on him, but Yugi tried to avoid the subject if at all possible. He didn't want to break their hearts, but he had no intention of going out with any of them.

Yugi went into his office and took off his jacket, handing it up. He then got his white coat and put it on before he picked up the files on the patients he had.

The door opened, and a redheaded nurse walked in. "Dr. Mutou." the woman said.

Yugi looked up at her. "Yes. What is it?" Yugi asked, fearing what was coming.

"Well, you see, there's this concert going on this weekend, and I was wondering if you wanted to go with me." the nurse said.

"I'm afraid I can't. I have a friend who recently got back in town, and I plan on seeing him again." Yugi told her.

"Well, maybe some other time." the nurse said.

Yugi sighed. He had hoped to avoid this, but he knew that there was no other way. "I'm sorry, but you and I can be nothing more than friends. I am gay, and I don't get into relationships with women." Yugi told her.

"Oh. I'm sorry. I had no idea." the nurse said.

"It's all right." Yugi said.

The nurse then left.

'I knew that was coming.' Yugi thought. He went back to looking over the case files.


Yami entered the kitchen to find that breakfast was already on the table.

"Morning, Atemu." Amara said.

"Morning, Mom." Yami said.

It was Saturday, and Yami never went to work on the weekends so that he could spend time with his kids.

"So, are the kids all still asleep?" Aknankanon asked.

"Yeah. I looked in on them not too long ago, and they were all still out." Yami answered.

"Well, its Saturday, so you might as well let them sleep in." Aknankanon stated.

"I always do. I loved to sleep in on Saturdays, so there's no reason that I shouldn't let them sleep in, either." Yami said. He got himself a cup of back coffee and started to drink it.

"Brighton! I'm going to kill you!" Mitchell suddenly shouted.

Yami sighed as he put the cup back down. "And so the hectic Saturday begins." Yami said.

"Why does Brighton aggravate Mitchell so much?" Amara asked.

"Because Brighton's the younger brother, and he thinks that he needs to aggravate Mitchell. Plus. Brighton knows that it's easy to aggravate him." Yami answered as he stood up to go and deal with his two sons.

"AHH!"

CRASH!

Hearing the scream and the crash, Yami and his parents ran into the foyer to find Mitchell at the bottom of the stairs hold his arm.

"Mitchell, what happened?" Yami asked as he went over to his son.

"I fell down the stairs." Mitchell said, wincing.

"Mitchell, are you okay?" Brighton asked as he came downstairs.

"What happened?" Yami asked again in a firmer and stern tone.

"We started wrestling." Brighton said.

"I tripped over something and fell down the stairs." Mitchell finished.

Yami mentally groaned. "All right. You are both in trouble. I'm taking Mitchell to the hospital to have his arm looked at." Yami said. He looked at his parents and said, "You can watch the other three, right?"

"Go on." Aknankanon told his son.

Yami helped Mitchell up before heading to the hospital with him.

"You should know better than to wrestle with each other near the stairs." Aknankanon said, looking at Brighton.

"I'm sorry. I didn't mean for this to happen." Brighton said, looking down.

"Be that as it may, you are going to be in trouble. Your father will decide how much trouble you are in later on." Amara said.

Brighton nodded before he went back upstairs.

"Another reason I'm glad we had just one child. No sibling rivalry or fights." Aknankanon said.

"True, but you wouldn't trade on of those four children for anything." Amara said.

"Guilty as charged." Aknankanon said.

Amara wrapped her arms around herself. "I just hope that Mitchell will be okay." Amara said.

"I know. I'm sure that he'll be fine." Aknankanon told her.

The two went upstairs to check on the other two grandchildren.


"Mitchell, you need to learn to stop fighting with Brighton." Yami said as he drove to the hospital.

"But Dad-" Mitchell started.

"I know that he starts it a lot, and he's in trouble for this, too, but you are older. You have to set an example for him, and one of the things you need to do is stop reacting when he does stuff. Just let it go." Yami said.

"Am I in trouble for this, too?" Mitchell asked.

"Without a doubt." Yami replied.

Mitchell sighed. "I'll try to stop letting him get to me." Mitchell said.

"Good." Yami said, arriving at the hospital.

The two went in and up to the desk.

"Excuse me, My son had an accident and hurt his arm." Yami said.

"Fill this out, and we'll get to him as soon as possible." the woman said.

Yami went and sat down with Mitchell and started filling everything out.

Before long, a nurse came out and called them back.

"The doctor will be in in a minute." the woman said.

Yami sat down in chair while Mitchell sat down on the examination table.


Yugi had just walked out from seeing his last patient when a nurse came up to him.

"Excuse me, Doctor Mutou, but all of the ER doctors are busy, and Dr. Edwards is late. There's a patient in the ER, and I was wondering if you would see this patient for us." the nurse said.

"Of course." Yugi said. He took the case file from the burse and looked over it while he walked to the ER section of the hospital.

Yugi worked on ER sometimes, but today was one of the days that he didn't work in the ER, but he always helped out when it was needed.

Yugi arrived at the door to the room the patient was in.


"Dad, how long do you think it will take the doctor to get here?" Mitchell asked.

"I don't know, Mitchell. It's the ER. They are busy at times, and it might be one of them. Just be patient." Yami said.

"Can't you tell them who they are to get someone here faster?" Mitchell asked.

"Mitchell, I don't use my position as a CEO to my advantage. We will wait as anyone else would. Besides, it is partially your fault we have to be here anyway." Yami said.

"I know. My arm just really hurts." Mitchell said.

Yami had noticed that Mitchell wasn't moving it much, and it had Yami worried that Mitchell might have broken his arm.

The door to the room opened, and Yugi walked in. "Hello, I'm Yugi Mutou." Yugi said.

'That was fast.' Yami thought as he stood up. "I'm Atemu Sennen. My son, Mitchell." Yami said, gesturing to Mitchell.

"Can you tell me what happened?" Yugi asked.

"Well, I was wrestling with my brother, and I fell down the stairs." Mitchell said.

"All right. Let me have a look at it." Yugi said.

Mitchell let Yugi look at his arm, although it hurt.

"All right, we're going to need to get some x-rays, but I believe that you broke your arm." Yugi said.

"That's not good." Mitchell muttered.

"No, it's not. After eh x-rays, I'll set your arm for you. I'll go and get a nurse for that." Yugi said before he left the room.

'Wow. He is cute.' Yami thought.

"Dr. Mutou looked a lot like you, Dad." Mitchell said.

"I noticed." Yami said a little distantly.

Mitchell looked at his father and noticed the distant look. 'I don't believe it. Dad likes my doctor.' Mitchell thought.

'I know I just met him, but I just feel drawn to him. I don't know why.' Yami thought.

"Dad." Mitchell said slyly.

Yami snapped out of it and turned to look at his son. "What?" Yami asked.

"You like my doctor?" Mitchell asked with a smirk similar to Yami's.

Yami turned red. "What?! No! Of course not." Yami said.

"Dad, Mom always said that you were a horrible lair, and she was right. I could tell that you liked him." Mitchell said.

"I just met him, Mitchell." Yami said.

"But you like him." Mitchell said.

Yami groaned. He knew he was in trouble.

"Why not ask him out?" Mitchell asked.

"Mitchell, my love life is not your concern." Yami said.

"Well, at least he'd be better than the girls you dated." Mitchell said.

Yami raised an eyebrow. "How do you figure that?" Yami asked.

"He's got a good job, so he won't be after you for money. He didn't look at you like he wanted to jump you like those girls did. Plus, I don't think there's any girl that won't act like that." Mitchell said.

"Mitchell, stay out of this. A child should not be in their parent's love life." Yami said.

"I'm just saying." Mitchell said.

Before long, a nurse took Mitchell to have his arm x-rayed.

"They won't be long, Mr. Sennen." Yugi assured.

"Thank you, Doctor." Yami said.

"Happy to help." Yugi said.

Yugi was having to stop himself from blushing. 'Okay. I just met this guy, and I already feel attracted to him. Doesn't matter. I'm sure that he's married since that's his son.' Yugi thought.

Yami glanced over at Yugi. 'Mitchell's right. I do like this guy, but I don't know about this. I don't even know if he's gay or bi.' Yami thought.

Before long, the nurse returned with Mitchell and the x-rays.

Yugi looked at the x-rays and said, "Just as I thought. Your arm is broken."

"Crap." Mitchell muttered.

"I'll set your arm. In about six weeks, you'll either need to go and see your regular doctor or come back and see me. " Yugi said.

"We will." Yami said.

Yugi set Mitchell's arm before Yami and Mitchell could leave.


Joey walked into the hospital and looked around. 'Where is he?' Joey asked himself.

"Joey?"

Joey turned to find Yugi. He smiled and said, "Hi, Yug! I thought I'd come by and see if you wanted to have lunch with me." Joey said.

Yugi glanced at his watch. "I don't have my hour lunch break for fifteen minutes, so it you want to wait for me, you can." Yugi said.

"Sure. I'll wait. Seto's having some kind of business lunch, so I have no one else to have lunch with." Joey said.

"All right." Yugi said, going back to work.

After fifteen, minutes, the two left for lunch.


"Come on, Dad. Why didn't you?" Mitchell asked.

"Mitchell, don't forget that I'm still punishing you, and I can make it worse." Yami said as the two walked in the house.

"What's going on?" Amara asked.

"Dad likes my doctor, but he didn't ask him out." Mitchell said.

"Why not?" Aknankanon asked.

"I didn't want to ask him out. Now will you all please get off my case?" Yami asked. He then turned to Mitchell. "Come on. I need to have a talk with you and Brighton." Yami said before heading upstairs.

Mitchell sighed and followed his father upstairs.

"Well, that was unexpected." Amara said.

"So, Yami likes a guy." Aknankanon said.

"That didn't bother you when he dated a guy in high school. I mean, we both know that Yami's bisexual, so it's not a big surprise." Amara said.

"If Yami wants to date him, I say go ahead, but as long as this guy will be good to the kids." Aknankanon said.

"I agree." Amara said.


"So, you had to take care of a patient, and you developed a fast crush on his father." Joey said before he ate a French fry.

"I know. Stupid, right?" Yugi asked.

"You can't help how you feel, Yug." Joey said.

"I know. I mean, the guy has kids, so he's probably married." Yugi said.

"You never know." Joey said.

"Joey, look. I'm going to have to forget this guy. I see a lot of people in the ER that I never see again, so that's probably what's going to happen this time." Yugi said.

Joey raised an eyebrow. "So, you don't think that you're ever going to see this guy again?" Joey asked.

"Yes. The chances of me actually seeing him again are slim to none, so I might as well forget about him." Yugi said.

"If you say so, Yug." Joey said.

Yugi would soon find out that he was wrong.


Hope you liked it.

Next: Yugi and Yami meet again.

R&R.