Hodgins glanced down at the top of Angela's head, as she snuggled into his side. She was not asleep, but she hadn't moved much in the last twenty minutes. She had been crying all day, and she had only just stopped a little while ago. He placed a hand gently on her baby bump, smiling a little when he felt the baby kick. "Ang?" He whispered, into the air, unsure if she heard him or not.
"Hmm?" She asked, not moving from her position. She sniffled a little, and he decided against what he was going to ask.
"No, never mind." His hand came up to push back a little of her hair from her face. Angela sighed , and snuggled closer.
"No, tell me."
"Some other time Ang." Angela attempted to prop herself up, but her stomach got in the way. Hodgins put an arm out, to keep her balanced. She smiled gratefully, then stared him fully in the face when situated. He drew a deep breath. "Uh, it's about Vincent-" Angela threw up her arms, well as well as she could, anyway.
"Babe, not right now. I just got done crying." She wiped her hands over her face. "It's bad enough that I cry because of the hormones, but now that Vicente's dead, it seemed like they'd never end." He ran his hand consolingly down her back. And he pressed her close to his side.
"I know baby. I know. And that's why I had to bring it up. Because we only have a few weeks left."
"What?" Her eyes got large, as she comprehended what he said. "Our baby's due in a couple of weeks."
"Well, I was thinking, maybe, we could name our baby after Vincente. If it's a boy, that is. It would be weird to name a girl after him." Angela didn't respond, she just continued to look at him. "I know we got your dad to agree to our 'boring' kids names. But that was before Vincente died... Baby?" He said anxiously. Then, without warning, Angela threw her arms around him. He cautiously wrapped his arms around her too. He felt his shirt starting to get wet. "Ang, what's wrong?"
"Nothing, nothing. I just didn't think you'd be so romantic." Hodgins got a small smirk.
"Do you think Vincente would have appreciated us naming the baby after him?"
"He probably would've told us the statistics of people who name babies after people they know."
"I bet he would have."