Six years later-

Kakashi sat on the front porch of his old child hood home watching his wife teach their young son, Shi how to fight and shook his head as she threw the youngster into the air like a rag doll and watched him land in the small man made fish pond that she had insited that they have installed in their yard and shook his head. It would seem that their son was a glutton for punishment since this was the dozenth time that he had gotten up out of the pond and given his mother a mean look.

Naru grinned at her son as she placed her hand over her stomach again. Over the new life growing there and glanced at Kakashi, she was sure that he was starting to figure out why she had wanted to train their son. She wanted to teach him at a young age; that a healthy dose of fear went a long way. Shi should be as wary of her as their next child would be when his/her time came to be trained.

This way they would alway be good children whom didn't get into trouble. At least that was how she had explained her reasons to Kakashi, but the truth of the matter was that she wanted Shi or his younger sibling to someday take her place as Hokage of the leaf village. Kakashi had already refused to take the job from her, simply because he liked getting ordered around by her.

After the incident six years ago Tsunade had suffered a heart attack and had had to retire as the Hokage, and had kept the promise that she had made with Naru's old self. Deciding that it would be far better to have her as the Hokage, because she and the others had worried about what would happen to her if she left the village again. And though things had'nt always been very peaceful, Naru had done everything that she could to build her life with her family and her friends.

Two years ago during an attck on the village, Kakashi had almost been killed. Something that had nearly killed Naru as well, but she had fought, and in the end her village and it's people had been spared. Something that she was very grateful for.

Another thing that she was gratful for was the fact that her meomories had finally come back during that fight, and she had been able to save the ones who had entrusted their lives, hopes and dreams to her. Not that she would ever tell anyone that she had finally remembered them. In fact the only person who knew about that was Sasuke, and he would'nt be telling anyone since he was currently laying in a hospital bed dying.

"Are you ready to call it a day Shi?" She asked with an amused smile as he climbed out of the fish pond and tossed one of the little carp that had gotten stuck down his shirt back into the water and growled at her as he focused his narrowed mis matched sapphire blue and violet eyes on her. He was an idiot just like his father. She mused as he charged her again. This time she stuck her foot out and tripped him and snickered when he tripped, flipped, and went skiding across their lawn and into one of her flower beds, full of rose bushes.

Kakashi doubled over as he laughed at his son, and almost fell off of the roof as Shi struggled to free himself from the throny palnts. "I think thats enough for the day." Naru said as she walked over to her son and reached into the tangled, thorny mess and fished the thrashing six year old out of the flower bed and held him up so that they were eye to eye. The boys face was scratched up and he was bleeding in some places as he hung there by the scruff of his shirt glaring at her.

"I'm gonna get you for that." he vowed as he pouted. Naru smiled at him.

"I'm sure that you will.....someday son, but not right now. It's your daddys turn to get tossed around so why don't you go to your room and play a bit." She said as she set him down and glared at his father as he walked past him to go into the house and play in his room like his mother had told him too.

Kakashi stood beside her until the boy was in the house and quickly backed her up against the nearest tree. "How do you want me?"

"Slow and easy, that boy of yours has worn me out." Naru said with a grin. Kakashi snickered and kissed her tenderly.

"Really, I thought it was the new baby that was wearing you out."

She made a humming noise and wrapped her arms around his neck. "So you finally figured it out hmm."

"Kind of hard not to notice that you've been eating more, sleeping more, and playing rougher with our son." Kakashi said as he slipped his hand under her skirt. She twitched and buried her face against his shoulder as he rubbed her most sensitive place.

She moaned softly as she dug her finger nails into his shoulders. "Y-You say that like it's a bad thing." She muttered as he freed himself from his pants.

"Well, it is'nt really a bad thing. After all he needs some toughening up. And I always love to take care of you when your worn out like this." He said as he slid himself inside of her in one thrust. She bit her lip as his words sank in.

"Your letting Shi wear me down on purpose." Kakashi grinned down at her.

"Thats evil Kashi."

"It's brilliant if you ask me. Because I get to have my wicked way with you anytime after you spar with him." Kakashi said happily as he rocked her against him.

"Have I told you today that I love you?" Kakashi asked as he framed her face in his hands as he pushed himself deeper inside of her. She gasped and arched her back.

"No."

"Well I do. I love my sweet little Naru." Kakashi said as he pressed his mouth to hers, stealing her breath as he rubbed against her sweet spot. She whimpered in the back of her throat as he lifted his head.

"I love you too, Kashi." She said with a smile as she pulled his head back down to steal a kiss.