Hello again, its been awhile since i updated i know. Well my schedule has been crazy and it still is, but i managed to finish a chapter YAY! Hope everyone likes it. I promise to make longer chapters when i get the time. I know not much is happening now, but i need to change a few things to the overall plot and the plan.

Chapter 13

"Ah so you are trying to get rid of a spirit." Nekozawa said. "and she has taken a hold on your youngest you say?"

"Yes, it all started when they went in the woods." Haruhi explained.

"We don't know what to do and you are the only person we could think of that would have knowledge in this area." Tamaki said as he rubbed his eyes. He and Haruhi were both tired and the stress and worry was starting to take its toll on them.

"Please tell us there is something we can do. Please don't tell us it's too late." Haruhi begged. Tamaki reached over and pulled her into his embrace. He leaned his head on top of hers.

"The situation is intriguing and complicated, but I think I may have a solution." Nekozawa said. "It's simple you need an exorcism."

"An exorcism?" Haruhi looked at Tamaki. She was trying to picture it. All she had to go on were the things from movies that she had never been interested in watching. Tamaki had insisted that they go to a horror movie screening during their time in Boston. He said it would be fun.

Really he had this idea of Haruhi being frightened and clutching to him for protection. In the end it was really Tamaki who was frightened by the movie and insisted that Haruhi needed his protection afterwards, much to her annoyance.

"There's a catch though.." Nekozawa said. "Exorcism are very very dangerous. "

"What do you mean?" Tamaki asked. "Will it cause the spirit to harm others because we are forcing out of the house?"

"Not exactly." Nekozawa said. "It's not the house that needs this exorcism, nor could it be performed on a home. Exorcisms are for people. You're daughter would need the exorcism."

Haruhi's breath caught. The movie now seemed very scary, this time the images played back with her baby as the little girl.

"What are the dangers?" Tamaki looked so pale, but his voice was firm and calm.

"Well the exorcism can cause emotional and physical strain on the person. There have been instances when even death has occurred. An exorcism can take days and maybe even longer and sometimes with no results." Nekozawa explained.

"Is this the only way?" Tamaki asked.

"From what you have told me, Suzuka will ultimately meet an untimely end if nothing is done." Nekozawa said. "I am truly sorry to have to say this."

There was a long pause on both ends. Tamaki and Haruhi digesting the information delivered by Nekozawa. Haruhi looked at her husband. He was trying to keep control to stay strong for her, no for their entire family.

The question they had to ask themselves, could they purposely put their little girl through something so painful? Could the purposely make her suffer and then it not work or even worse result in her death?

As parents, they constantly wonder if they are doing the right thing, making the right decisions. From the moment Haruhi found out she was pregnant, she began to ask herself these questions.

The little life growing inside of her, was her responsibility. She was not only responsibly for herself for her unborn child. Then to find out that she was having twins, she was now responsible for two little people.

For Tamaki, it was a little different. When he found out that Haruhi was pregnant, he asked the question "Will I be a good father? How can I protect my son or daughter?" His conclusion, but protecting Haruhi he was also protecting their baby or babies as he found out later.

Both found great excitement as she grew in size and their due date came closer and closer. While Haruhi was happy, she knew that as she got bigger that meant the twins were growing healthy and strong and she was doing everything right so far. But on the down side, her feet hurt, her back hurt, she couldn't stand certain scents.

She could barely walk by her 7th month. She just felt like a beached whale. And as much enjoyment as she found her feeling the twins move around, it was very uncomfortable. Then came the giving birth. It was long and painful. Not screaming and threatening to kill Tamaki, but enough to not be too enthusiastic about round two.

She remembered when Daisuke came. He was the first one out. She remembered the moment she heard him cry and the new feeling that flooded through her, but she didn't have time to concentrate on her newborn son just then because his sister was on her way.

As they placed Ruka and Daisuke on her front, she could feel her life had changed. The reality of having these two breathing human being out in the world now terrified her. Tamaki was there kissing her head. As over joy as he was, like his wife, he was terrified.

They soon realized how true it was about first time parents. Every little thing scares you. The twins sneezed or hiccuped there was a team of doctors nearby. It was not until Tamaki's parents and a few, now experienced parents, host club members to tell them to stop over reacting.

Now with Suzuka, they explained the second child was always the easiest. This was the second pregnancy, third child. Everything was easier. Haruhi had already come to the conclusion that carrying one child instead of twins was much different. The only problem was running after two small children and being pregnant. Then going into premature labor and Suzuka almost dying.

Those are the moments that come close to what Haruhi and Tamaki were thinking about at that moment. Making a decision that will could decide if their child would survive this ordeal.

"Thank you so much for your help, Nekozawa." Haruhi found her voice.

"I wish I could do more." Nekozawa replied.

From outside Tamaki and Haruhi's bedroom door, the three children and dogs listened intently. They quickly returned to Ruka and Suzuka's room.

"So what are we going to do?" Ruka asked.

"Am I going to be exercised?" Suzuka asked.

"It's exorcised. And I don't think so." Ruka said. "What are we going to do?" she turned to her brother.

"Why are you asking me?" He looked like he had been thinking hard. "I don't come up with all the plans."

"No, but you seemed like you thinking about something so I figured I might ask!" Ruka snapped.

"If I was then why would you want to interrupt me!' Daisuke shot back.

"God I was just asking a question! Pull that giant stick out of your-" she argued.

"Ok, ok, I'm sorry." Daisuke held up his hands.

"I'm sorry too." Ruka said. "Suzuka, do you have any plans?"

"I could come up with something.. but first could someone explain what is happening?" Suzuka asked.

"You of all people should know." Daisuke said to her.

"Seriously." Ruka added.

"Well yes I am aware of it, but I think better when other people relay the information to me again. It refreshes everything and allows me to see if there are things I may have missed." This was the college scholar side talking.

"Ok so where do you want us to start?" Daisuke asked.

"Well isn't that silly question to ask." Suzuka giggled. "When our role in these events first began, the moment when we first arrived at the mansion."

Please review! I hoped you guess aren't too fed up with me and the delay in chapter updates. I actually took em like a half hour just to log in because the code wouldn't show up so i couldn't log Well lets see if i can get another chapter done soon.