A/N: After much consideration I have decided this is the last chapter. I am already working on a sequal to see what happens in the lives of the Benson's. I hope everyone has enjoyed reading this story as much as I have writing it. As always reviews are welcomed

Olivia slowly turned her head toward the open door. There was a silhouette of a woman who was quietly making her way into the room. Olivia figured it was another nurse until they started to pick Timothy up without turning on a light. The object of Olivia's stared and soon to be anger stopped moving and looked toward Olivia.

"It's just me Olivia." Monica said in a whisper "I was trying not to wake you or Casey."

Olivia stood and walked toward Monica "he's beautiful. Isn't he"

"He is. He has to be the best looking baby there is."

"Not that you might be a little prejudice in that vote there mom" Casey said catching both women's attention.

Olivia turned and walked back to her wife. She gently sat on the side of the bed trying not to cause Casey any pain. "I'm sorry we woke you."

"I woke when mom opened the door."

"Why didn't you say something?"

"I like watching how well you and my mother interact."

Olivia laughed before leaning down and kissed Casey.

"I love you."

"I love you too." Casey said as she sat up.

"Mom you can pick him up." Casey said turning to face her mom "Where is dad?"

"He should be here shortly. You know the proud grandfather had to stop by the gift store. Not that we didn't have to stop at every baby store he has seen the last few months."

Casey groaned "What has he bought?"

"Try what hasn't he bought. I do have to say we have a fully stocked nursery something we haven't had in years."

"Counting on a lot of sleepovers there Monica" Olivia said with laughter in her voice.

"Yes I do."

Both women laughed as Charles walked in. He was carrying a large teddy bear, a set of balloons that stated "it's a boy" and a t-shirt that said proud grandparent.

"Wow dad you would think you were a first time grandfather."

"He is my first grandson." Charles stated sitting the bear in the chair so he could hug Olivia and Casey before walking to Monica to see Timothy.

On the fourth day the doctor came in and said that Casey and Timothy could be released. Casey's incision was healing nicely and Timothy had no problems from having the cord wrapped around his neck. Olivia helped Casey pack everything while the nurses went to get the discharge papers. Once signed Monica and Charles took everything down and placed it in their car while Olivia went to get theirs.

Casey laughed at how Olivia was driving. She seemed to be driving extra slow and anytime it seemed like anyone was going to come over in their lane she would hit the brakes giving them more than enough room.

"You do know you can drive faster with us in the car, right?"

"What if we are in an accident?"

Casey reached over and placed her hand on Olivia's arm "Honey, you have had EVOC. You drive a squad car at speeds I would never think of. I trust your quick reflexes with my heart. I know we are safe."

Olivia smiled and slowly increased her speed a little more but not much. There was no way on earth she was going to chance anything with her son in the car. There was no way she was ever going to chance anything ever again. There was too much riding on it.

Monica and Charles stayed for two weeks to help the new mothers. They insisted that the new parents go out one night while they watched Timothy. After the third call to check on him Olivia was informed that they was going to turn their phone off if she called one more time. She had laughed but could hear the seriousness in Charles voice. She decided it would be best to stop calling.

After the third week of being home Olivia was going stir crazy. She was hovering over Casey and Timothy constantly. Of course that was when she wasn't calling Elliot to see what type of case he had. Casey had all she could take and quietly snuck into the office to call Cragen.

"Cragen" He answered in his normal way.

"You have to let her come back." Casey told him

He started laughing into the phone "She lasted longer than any of us thought she would. Go give her the phone."

Casey walked up to their office. Olivia quickly pushed a file folder into a drawer when she heard Casey walk into the room.

"I saw the file." She told her as she handed her the phone "Cragen wants to talk to you."

Olivia looked at Casey and took the phone. She knew Casey had called him. She should be angry that she was trying to get her out of the house but secretly she was thrilled. She was going crazy not working.

"Yes Captain"

"For your wife's sanity come into work tomorrow at eight."

Olivia laughed "Am I that bad?"

"Yes" Casey told her walking out to check on Timothy.

"Apparently so by that answer." Cragen said

"I will be there." Olivia told him.

"Good now go spend the rest of the day with them and try not to drive her up the wall anymore than you already have."

"Yes sir" Olivia said as she hung the phone up and went in search of Casey.

She found Casey standing in Timothy's door watching him sleep. Olivia walked up behind her and wrapped her arms around her pulling Casey to her. She rested her head on Casey's shoulder so she could watch Tim herself. For the first time in her life she felt as if everything was perfect. She sighed in content.

"I know" Casey whispered as she turned in Olivia's arms to look at her wife.

Olivia smiled at her. "How did I get so lucky?"

"Simple you asked me to marry you and I said yes."

"I thank god every day."

"Me too." Casey said as she pushed Olivia out the door and toward their bedroom.

"What are you doing?" Olivia asked feigning innocence.

"I am going to make love to my wife." Casey told her as she began to undress Olivia and pushed her down on the bed and straddled her

Olivia flipped Casey over and looked into her green eyes. The very eyes she had fallen in love with over three years ago. The very eyes who held the key to her heart. As she looked into them Olivia finally realized her life was complete and nowhere near where she ever thought she would be. A career that she was excelling in and a beautiful wife who understood the demands of the job. A beautiful wife who had just given her the greatest gift of all, their son.