This is a Omake for the story, Mistakes in the Matter, by GretchenR and I have full permission to write this so don't go giving me flames cause I'm using someone else's plot! This little Omake is set to be in the time frame between chapter 6 & 7:)
Ok, so everyone should go read Mistakes in the Matter because it is a amazing story with incredible scenes in it! So go read it!
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She's going to be having a baby…my baby…I thought as I sat in the unmoving peak hour traffic, on my way home.
What is Hannah going to think when I tell her the news…I pondered, recalling the earlier event when my best friend and partner had told me that she was pregnant with my child.
I grinned at the thought. I was going to be a father to a child, a child with half the DNA of Bones. I just couldn't believe that she had done it because she thought I was dead.
It's just like my dream, I thought, as I remembered the time when I was in a coma.
That dream, was the beginning. When I was married to Bones in the dream, I had felt so happy, so light and free. When she had told me in my dream that she was going to have a baby, I was ecstatic.
Somehow this situation made me feel nostalgia at the memory of my blissful dream, and I couldn't help but grin.
Although the situation is under different circumstances, I'm going to be a dad! I thought to myself, still grinning like a maniac, not noticing the honks I was receiving from the queue of cars behind me as I failed to move forward.
"Oi, asshole, get a move on already!" the man in the car behind me yelled from out of his car window.
Snapping out of my daze, I put the car back into first to slowly crawl along, the traffic moving ever so slowly.
I wondered what Bones was going to name the child when they were born. I began to recall names from the baby book Rebecca had given me when she had first found out she was pregnant, trying to remember the meanings of the names too.
I sighed as I couldn't recall any, laying my head on the window, the traffic stationary once more. I could feel the tell tale signs of a headache approaching as I rubbed my temples with another sigh.
Oh well, I thought, at least I'll soon be having my own mini squinty Bones!
WOOT FOR THE OMAKE!