Hey everyone and happy belated new year! This chapter was half-written by New Year's, but between the holidays, work and everyone getting sick, the second half of this did not want to get done. Hopefully, the surprise at the end will make up for the delay. And any medical stuff that doesn't make sense? Just go with it.
Thanks to AlexaCardew, Sarahamanda Klaine, Jay Li Matsuda, miksivad, colfercrisscraze29, Gleek1906-Klaine4eva for reviewing, and thanks to the rest of you for reading/favoriting/alerting.
Quick plug for Pink/Purple : if you're up to date with the latest chapter, then you know about the upcoming talent show. I'm still looking for ideas for acts that can be done – BESIDES singing, dancing, and playing instruments, though I'll take specific suggestions. In my opinion, a talent show should be more like America's Got Talent, not just American Idol. I have several ideas already, but I'll be more than happy to take anything you all come up with into consideration. Chapter 26 will be up soon either way.
On a side note, Glee comes back in 11 days! And have you heard about the Ryan Murphy's Klaine tweet? Here: Kurt is not bringing Adam to the wedding. His date is Blaine. They sing a duet for Emma. And make out in a steamy car. Ur welcome. Oh, I hope he's not just playing with our emotions.
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Wait – what?
Kurt and Blaine stared at Nick and Jeff in complete disbelief.
"I'm sorry, we must have heard you wrong," said Blaine.
"No, you didn't," said Nick. "Jeff thought of it the day we looked at the house, and honestly, I'd think it'd be a good investment for all of us."
Kurt finally got his voice back. "I don't know what to comment on first: the fact that you found a bigger place for us or the fact that you two want ours! Not that I'm yelling at you," he assured them, as Jeff looked about to cry, "I'm just a little stunned."
"Jeff was thinking this up as we walked through the house. We had both decided that it's a little bit too much for us, but if you were to move in here, then it would save you from having to do so in the future. There's plenty of room for a soon-to-be family of five, and you'd still be in the neighborhood."
"And we'd be more than willing to pitch in with money," Jeff added.
"Jeff, you don't have to do that," said Blaine. "It's not like we're strapped for cash."
Kurt looked between Nick and Jeff. This seemed rather sudden in his opinion, but if he was honest with himself, he loved the idea. Sebastian had showed him pictures of the house, in the guise of asking his opinion on how to redecorate - considering the house really was in desperate need of an update - and he had to admit that the house looked to be everything and more. But there had to be another reason why this idea was thought up in the first place.
No one knew more than Kurt just how badly Jeff and Nick had been looking for a house. They'd looked for themselves, used a realtor with no success, and the last two bids they had placed weren't good enough. So if they found a solution - and he and Blaine happened to benefit from it as well - then, awesome.
"While I'm not against the idea, something's changed recently. We know we've all been having a hard time looking for new places; that's why Blaine and I kinda stopped looking, knowing that it wasn't something that absolutely had to be done before the babies are born. But both of you have been tense the last week or so, and you can't honestly tell me that this is the only cause for it."
Jeff threw a look at his boyfriend. "I told you Kurt was gonna notice something was up."
"Not my fault he's so damn perceptive," murmured Nick.
Blaine and Kurt were starting to really worry by this point. "Any day now would be great, you two. It's nothing bad...right? You know you can talk to us."
Nick started, "Well, it's certainly not the worst thing that could ever happen -" only to have Jeff jump in.
"We're being evicted."
Cue two looks of shock.
"What are you talking about?" asked Blaine.
"You have got to be joking," said Kurt.
Nick lightly glared at Jeff before sighing. "The whole complex is being evicted. Apparently we weren't the only tenants having issues with trying to get out of our leases. Several of us have complained about various issues - utilities not always working, the elevator that's been unreliable for months, the unexplainable increase in rent - and it turns out that our landlord is an ex-con that hasn't been paying the bills."
"And you've seen it. While it's never been the best place ever, it was just enough for a lot of us there. We had a meeting last night with the final results of the inspections and the building failed them all, which was necessary for it to be kept open for us until they get someone competent to take over. In the meantime, we all have to move out."
"That's horrible," Kurt said. "Where is everyone going to go?"
"Few got lucky and are in the process of getting new places, but some are moving in with family for a little while. My parents and Brandon don't know about this yet. We were still hoping that we'd be able to hang out for a little while yet," Nick replied. "The rest of us have been offered temporary placement at a hotel, as well as a storage unit if necessary, but that's all it is - temporary."
"How long has this been going on?" Kurt asked. "Like I said, I've only noticed that something's been up for a week."
"It's been a possibility for the last few weeks. We found out a couple of days after Kurt got out of the hospital...didn't seem like the best time to bring this up. We heard a few days ago that the chances of us staying were dwindling by the day, so we've been slowly packing things up."
"The only upside to all of this is that everyone is getting some form of a settlement from all of this, and we've been told that we can take anything from the apartment that we'd want to keep - furniture and appliances alike," said Jeff. "There's been talk about the place being torn down and rebuilt, as it would be easier and more cost effective to start from scratch."
Blaine and Kurt looked at each other and came to a non-verbal agreement about the situation. Kurt may have seen pictures, but Blaine had gone with Thad a few times to help at the house. He had told Kurt that the pictures didn't do it justice, and since asking for his input, the house was really coming along. The main problem at the moment was that Thad wouldn't be done with the house for another few weeks.
"When do you have to be out of there?" asked Blaine.
Jeff sighed, "This weekend. As if things couldn't get worse, they found a minor gas leak in one of the vacant rooms. They've already taken care of that, but for everyone's safety, we have to leave as soon as possible."
"That soon?" Kurt's worry was clear on his face. "What are you guys gonna do?"
Nick shrugged, "We don't know. My parents are taking advantage of the nice weather and getting the house back to normal. That last storm we had took half the roof off, and Mom has been waiting for an excuse to finally gut the bathroom. They're staying in Columbus with my aunt and uncle; Robbie and Kim are staying with friends."
"Brandon lives in Finlay, and even if he says that we could stay with him, Robin and Anna, it's an hour drive. It wouldn't be so bad, but that makes me being on call a real hassle, and I don't want to be," said Jeff. "At least at the hotel, we'd still be close by."
Kurt suddenly got a glint in his eye. "I know that look," Blaine said, "what are you thinking?"
Kurt glanced at Blaine for a moment before redirecting his attention on Nick and Jeff. "What if you two stay here? The guest bedroom hasn't been turned into the nursery yet - we only got as far as emptying out the dresser and clearing out the closet - so there's plenty of room for both of you and your stuff. Anything big can go into storage or the garage until we get ourselves organized."
It was Jeff and Nick's turn to be shocked. Blaine just smiled at his fiancé and couldn't help but ask. "So does that mean we need to call Thad tomorrow about putting a bid on the house?"
"Yes it does, smart ass. If I didn't know any better, I would have thought that the three of you planned this whole thing to get me to agree to move out of here."
"Wait, wait, wait," begged Nick. "You're seriously just going to not only offer us to stay here, but to move in here – and move into the other house - without even talking it over first?!"
Jeff almost asked how Kurt figured out their original plan to convince Blaine in order to win Kurt over, but figured that would be a bad idea. Unfortunately for him, Kurt had a gift for reading his mind - or at least his facial expressions.
"Hold on - you were going to sell the idea to Blaine first weren't you?" Jeff tried to play it off, but the stern look on Kurt's face told him he was failing miserably, and he sighed in resignation.
"Um, maybe?" Kurt's eyes narrowed. "Oh my god - yes! How do you do that!?"
"Parental guilt," was the response he got.
"We can talk about this more in detail later," said Blaine. "First things first: you two are moving in for now - no arguments. Whatever you can fit in the bedroom or the garage can stay; anything more can go into storage for now. We'll invite Thad and Sebastian over to discuss what course of action is necessary, and if needed, we'll get Meredith involved as well. It may be a little cramped in the meantime, but I'm sure we can manage."
"That's all well and good, but I have a question."
"Who's gonna tell Zoe?"
Telling Zoe about their soon-to-be roommates resulted in an excited, bouncy five-year-old.
Zoe found out the following morning during breakfast. She thought it was the best news ever, even after being told that it was only for a few weeks. She wasn't told about them moving because it was definitely too early to confirm that bit of news, as Kurt wanted to see the house for himself first...and for Zoe to have a say as well.
Several days later, Blaine had gone into work to cover for Sebastian, who was home sick. Thad had been the one to call Blaine, hoping that he would be alright switching shifts. When asked how Sebastian was doing, Thad had sounded both worried and confused for his boyfriend's sudden illness. Sebastian had seemed fine the day before when Kurt had spoken to him on the phone.
As strange as it sounded, Kurt swore his parental senses were tingling, thus prompting the sudden trip to visit a sick Sebastian. So, he and Zoe waited for Jeff to get off of an early morning shift so they could all drive over together. Kurt had spoken with Thad on the phone to see if he'd mind them visiting Sebastian. Thad hadn't minded - he'd actually been relieved - but had warned that Sebastian was being extremely crabby and to go at their own risk.
Thad had mentioned that he'd made eggs that morning for the two of them, but Sebastian never made it downstairs. This was unusual, as Sebastian had never had a problem with them before. When they entered the house, Kurt and Jeff had to take a moment to adjust to the smell; two hours later and they could still smell the faint trace of eggs. Of course, Zoe didn't seem to notice anything out of the ordinary.
Jeff remembered that he had a can of neutralizing spray in the car, so he went back to get it, leaving Kurt and Zoe to locate Sebastian. Jeff said that he'd start in the kitchen and work his way to them with the spray, which had become a blessing once their pregnancies had enhanced their sense of smell. It didn't have a scent, per se, but it got rid of any smells that bothered them and helped them get rid of the urge to throw up.
Kurt had a feeling that Sebastian wouldn't be thrilled with Zoe seeing him at the moment, so Kurt asked her to stay put downstairs until he called for her. After leaving her in the living room to color, Kurt made his way upstairs. He checked the bedroom first and found it empty. The bathroom door wasn't fully closed, and not wanting to surprise him to badly, Kurt called out for Sebastian.
"Seb? It's Kurt...you in here?" He heard a groan coming from the bathroom, so he made his way to the door. "Can I come in?"
"I'd rather you didn't - I look like shit." Kurt pushed the door open and saw Sebastian curled up on the floor. For a moment, he was upset that Thad left him like this, but knowing Sebastian, he probably played his illness off long enough for Thad to leave the house. Kurt made his way into the room and slowly got onto the floor with a warm washcloth in his hand. He felt for a temperature - which Sebastian didn't have - before gently wiping his face and wondering how to proceed.
"Well, I have to agree that you look like crap. How long have you been in here?"
"Almost since Thad left to go work on the house. I got tired of running in here, so I just made camp. I haven't thrown up for a little while, but I still feel queasy."
Kurt continued cleaning up Sebastian's face and neck with a thoughtful look on his face. "So what happened this morning? Thad called to ask if Blaine could cover for you; you rarely get sick like this."
"I don't know," Sebastian said. "Thad was making omelets - which isn't anything new. He decided to make us breakfast in bed, which was really cute and thoughtful, but the second I smelled the eggs, I was in here. I didn't feel bad until I sat up in bed, and then it was like I couldn't move fast enough to throw up."
"How have you been feeling lately?" Kurt asked. "It's not normal to go from feeling fine to throwing up in a matter of minutes." By this point, Kurt had managed to lay Sebastian against him so that he was half-sitting up.
Sebastian shrugged, "Fine, I guess. I've been tired a lot lately, but between working at the music store and helping Thad out with the house-flipping, this was bound to happen sooner or later. I must've just overdone it. I already feel a little better. I can't even smell the eggs anymore."
Kurt frowned. "Seb, Thad made breakfast hours ago and you're just now not noticing it?" He nodded in reply. "Well, that may be thanks to Jeff. He sprayed downstairs to get rid of the smell and was keeping an eye on Zoe. You do realize this is a little odd, right?"
"So? Sometimes when you're sick, your senses go a little crazy. Mine have just been off for a couple of weeks. I'm sure it's nothing."
Kurt bit his lip. "Seb, if I didn't know any better, I'd say you were pregnant."
Sebastian laughed bitterly, "Yeah, see that would be funny if I was. I told you a long time ago that I can't get pregnant."
Kurt frowned. "Well, when was the last time you were checked? I found out last year that parents can have their sons first tested at a young age, but that's only been the last couple of years. Anyone that's from our generation usually find out after getting tested during or after puberty."
"'First tested'?" Sebastian exclaimed. "What do you mean 'first tested'?"
"Usually it takes a couple of tests to know for sure. A blood test is usually first, but an ultrasound is more definitive. Blood tests can give a false result, one way or the other, if it's done too early or if there's a hormonal imbalance at the time."
Sebastian felt sick again. "I was checked after the dance incident before my parents moved us to Pennsylvania. I heard the nurses talking about a new baby. One of them had a brother who had just had a baby, and for a moment, I thought they meant a wife or sister-in-law. Then I found out that the brother had given birth and it blew my mind. So my parents had me tested, and it was negative."
"From what I've read and learned from Neal and Matt, being tested between ages 12 to 16 is often guaranteed to give you a false result. You should've been tested again later on...or given an ultrasound," said Kurt. "Based on the way neither you nor Blaine talk about the dance, the fact that you were obviously emotionally compromised at the time could've impacted the results of your test. Certain medications can as well, thus being given a second or third test; sometimes false positives happen if someone is on hormone treatment for something unrelated."
Sebastian didn't know what to think. "I was on anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medication for a long time after the dance...I was terrified for a while that those guys were going to find me again. I had to take pain meds to get me through rehab." By this point, Sebastian was starting to hyperventilate. "Oh my god - what if I am? Thad and I haven't discussed kids at all!"
"Hey, hey, hey!" Kurt exclaimed, as he tried to prevent the oncoming panic attack. "We don't know if you are pregnant. I didn't mean to get you all worked up. Maybe you do just have a bug. The only way we'll know for sure is if we get you looked at."
"Kurt, I can't just sit around and wait for an appointment," said Sebastian.
"You don't have to. I'll call the hospital and see if the clinic is busy - you don't need an appointment to get seen to - and there is usually an ultrasound machine kept there. You'll still need to get blood drawn, but a scan will be a quicker way to confirm a pregnancy."
"What if I am? What if I'm not?"
"Then we'll cross whatever bridge we have to, when we get to it. If you are, we'll take care of you. If you're not pregnant, we'll still take care of you. We can't do anything until you calm down, though."
"I'm calm." Kurt just gave him a look. "Okay maybe not calm, but I'm getting there. Can you call?"
"Can I leave you alone to get yourself cleaned up?"
"I'll send up Jeff."
An hour and a half later found Kurt, Jeff, Zoe, and Sebastian in an exam room in the hospital's clinic. While they had managed to calm him down since his breakdown in the bathroom, Sebastian's anxiety had peaked once his name had been called. By that point, he had to be physically dragged and pushed forward into the room. Kurt had tried to get him situated on the bed at first, but it was another five minutes of frantic pacing before Sebastian found himself curled up into the brunette's arms and sobbing.
Jeff and Zoe were there for moral support, but had given up trying to help. Sebastian obviously was too far gone at that point and it was likely he'd forgotten they were still there. Zoe was more confused about the whole thing, as none of them had explained to her why they were here, but she was really starting to worry about Sebastian, who'd been crying on and off for a long time.
Just when Jeff was about to start pulling his hair out, the door opened, and a sigh of relief was heard from most of the room.
"Finn? I didn't think you were working in here today," Jeff asked, confused.
"Jamie called me and said that you guys were here, so I asked Terry if he wouldn't mind me taking over. I'm guessing that the appointment is for him?" pointing out how tense Sebastian had become since he entered the room.
"Yeah," replied Kurt. "We need Seb's file to check something, a blood workup, and a scan."
Finn held up the folder in his hand. "Got the first thing and Jamie will let me know when the machine's free; they're checking a kid for appendicitis three rooms over." Seeing that Sebastian wasn't moving at the moment, Finn sat down on the stool and wheeled it over to the duo on the bed.
"So...anyone want to tell me what's wrong?" Finn watched as Kurt whispered something to Sebastian, who let out something between a whimper and a cry, causing Kurt to just hold him tighter and sway a little.
"Seb hasn't been feeling well lately and he was pretty sick earlier. I gave a possible explanation as to what his symptoms might mean, but it wasn't exactly accepted well. He's been nauseous the last few weeks, but only throwing up with certain triggers. He's been battling fatigue, but he's not sleeping any less. Sound familiar?"
"Definitely. I take it that this isn't exactly wanted?"
"More like it wasn't ever expected to happen. He was told it was never a possibility, but when he might have been tested should've resulted in additional tests and it wasn't; hence us asking for his file."
Finn flipped through it to find something interesting. "According to this...Seb, you were never tested to see if you were a carrier."
Sebastian gasped, not believing what Finn just said. "What? But the doctor told me that it wasn't possible. Great, now I have another reason to hate that guy."
"What do you mean?" asked Jeff.
"The doctor that told me I couldn't get pregnant was the same one that said there wasn't anything majorly wrong with my knee. We asked for a second opinion and she was the one that noticed I needed an additional surgery to fix some of the damage. If it wasn't for her, I would've never regained full use of my leg. That was part of the reason we moved out of state."
"I've heard stories about this guy," said Finn, as he tapped on the page. "He lost his medical license a few years back after an investigation involving several patients. Turned out he was either misdiagnosing or not diagnosing them at all."
"Can I take a look at it, Seb?" Jeff asked. At his nod, Finn passed the file over to Jeff. As the blonde flicked through it, Finn took his chance to poke Sebastian and fill a couple of vials to be sent to the lab. He then excused himself to check if the machine was free, hoping that Kurt could coax Sebastian to lay on the bed for the scan.
It took some doing, but Kurt took advantage of Sebastian's shock and slowly moved himself off of the bed. He raised the bed enough that Sebastian wasn't lying flat, but not so much that it would hinder the examination to come. Kurt took a seat next to the bed and watched as Jeff's eyes moved across the pages.
"From the looks of this, Seb, you would've needed an ultrasound at some point to confirm the potential for pregnancy. Your numbers at the time were all over the map, so you would've wound up with a false result anyway."
"How can you tell?" asked Kurt.
"The reason why multiple tests are needed is because the hormones that are involved with pregnancy can sometimes appear in men that cannot get pregnant. After I found out I could get pregnant, Nick got tested too, just in case. He isn't a carrier, but he tested positive for one of the hormones associated with pregnancy because of steroids he was given before he was born."
"What?" asked Sebastian. "How is that possible?"
"Nick was almost born a preemie, too," said Kurt. "Babies that are in-utero can receive doses to help with lung development. It gives them a better chance if they're born too early. I remember my mom and dad talking about it when I was younger. With Mom's complications and me having to be delivered so early, I wasn't given any; thus my earlier health problems."
"And that's why ultrasounds are used to confirm," said Jeff. "That will show you whether you have the proper room and equipment needed to carry." Just as Jeff finished talking, Finn came back into the room with the machine, as promised.
"I sent your blood to the lab and they'll do a routine checkup. In the meantime, we're gonna do a scan. Have you been feeling lately, Sebastian, besides the nausea? Any stomach pain? Back pain? Cramping?"
Sebastian watched as Finn gently pulled his shirt up and pushed his pants out of the way. "Um...not pain, exactly. I've had a few cramps the last week or so, but most of the time I just feel queasy. I just figured I was exhausted and stressed out. It wouldn't be the first time I've gotten sick because of that."
Finn nodded to show he was paying attention. "Now I'm gonna put some of this gel on you first and then I'll go ahead and start. Ready?"
"Not really." Kurt grabbed Sebastian's hand, noticing he was about to start panicking again. Finn placed the wand on Sebastian and started to move it around.
It didn't take long for them to get an answer, and Zoe had been to enough scans between Kurt and Jeff by now to know what the blob on the screen meant.
"Baby!" she yelled.
"I'm pregnant." Sebastian was still in a daze as they made their way back to the car.
Once Finn had confirmed it, Sebastian thought he was going to be sick. Kurt just kept holding his hand and told him to breathe. Finn had called up to Matt's office and was lucky to find him on break. He came down to the clinic to take a look and write Sebastian a script for prenatal vitamins, since that was one thing Finn couldn't do himself.
"How the hell am I going to tell Thad? What if he gets mad? What if he leaves?"
Jeff pulled Sebastian into a tight hug and shared a look with Kurt, who was getting Zoe buckled into the car. Kurt was letting Jeff take care of him, as he had a feeling that Jeff would be better for Sebastian to talk to about this. While they both had had reservations telling their boyfriends, Jeff had been freaking out more than Kurt had, so he could relate to Sebastian more.
"He's not going to get mad and he's not going to leave you," Jeff said. "You need to relax."
"I'm finding it really hard to relax, Jeff," Sebastian said, as he got into the car. He knew that Thad would probably be happy about a baby, but a cloud of doubt was hanging above his head. His hands were shaking as he stared out the window. They were heading back to the house to hang out and talk, though it took a bribe to get Sebastian to agree. Who was he to pass up free dessert?
When they got to the house, Jeff had to practically push Sebastian inside, as he still looked ready to bolt the second they left him alone. While Kurt and Jeff went into the kitchen to look for treats, Zoe climbed onto the couch where Sebastian was staring off into space. He didn't notice Zoe was there until he felt a small hand on his belly.
"Hey Zoe...what are you doing?"
"Saying hi to the baby."
Sebastian let out a small smile. "Oh yeah?"
"Uh huh. Babies like me and I like babies. Do you like babies?" Zoe asked.
"I didn't at first because I didn't have any experience with them. You were the first baby I actually hung out with for extended periods of time."
"Really?" she asked, astonished. "How come?"
"Well, I don't have any siblings of my own, and most of my cousins are the same age or older, or I don't see them that often. When I met you, I had no idea how to properly hold a baby or change a diaper. But I eventually learned how and I'm glad I did. You were the cutest baby around."
"I'm still cute now," she pouted. Sebastian laughed as he pulled her close and kissed her head.
"Yes, but you're not a baby anymore. You're gonna be a big sister and an auntie in a few months...and a big cousin too, I hope. Think you can handle that? I'm gonna need lots of help picking out cool stuffed animals."
Zoe hugged Sebastian tight. "I love stuffed animals. I helped Jeffy and Nicky pick out really soft ones. Is the baby gonna call you 'mama' too?"
That had been a new topic of conversation once Zoe had gotten halfway through pre-school. She had been playing around the idea of changing Kurt's title of 'mama' to 'papa' because, as she put it, she was tired of 'splaining to the other kids why her boy mama was better than theirs'. Kurt's jaw had dropped when Zoe had said that, leaving Blaine in fits of laughter, as neither of them had quite been expecting that.
Neal had given his two cents about the subject, as Casey had done something similar when she started school full-time. To make it easier on her, she talked about her 'daddy' and her 'papa' while in public, but still called Neal 'mama' a good percentage of the time otherwise. Neal had shrugged and said that he didn't really care either way, as long as Casey and RJ were happy.
"I don't know yet, Zo...we're gonna have to wait and see what the baby wants to call me." They had been so caught up in talking that neither of them heard the door opening. They did hear, however, the sound of someone's bag dropping to the floor.
Sebastian's head whipped around to see Thad standing behind the couch, Blaine and Nick behind him. The latter two looked at each other for a moment before slowly making their way towards the kitchen, Blaine grabbing Zoe as they went.
"Seb," Thad said as he moved in knelt in front of Sebastian, "what did you mean by that?"
"Kurt and Jeff came to check on me and dragged me to the clinic to see why I was sick. I found out that I was never actually tested - and I was never told to recheck -" Sebastian felt his breath in his throat.
"Babe, are you telling me what I think you're telling me?" Thad pleaded.
He nodded, "I'm pregnant," and with that, Sebastian started to cry.
"Hey, it's okay," Thad said, as he quickly pushed his shock to the side to comfort Sebastian. "Why are you so upset? Yes this is a surprise, but it's a really awesome one."
"Because we never talked about having kids," Sebastian cried. "All I could think about was that you were going to hate me, or blame me, and leave me. We've never been really careful, and all this time, it was a possibility. And then I get angry and want to find that old doctor of mine and kick his ass -"
Thad laughed as he pulled his hysterical boyfriend in for a hug. "Seb, sweetheart, please do me a favor and calm down. This isn't good for either of you. I'm not mad and I'm not going anywhere."
Thad placed a chaste kiss on Sebastian's lips. "I promise. Now, are you okay? The baby? How much time do we have to get ready for him or her?"
"We're both okay, as long as you promise to never make eggs again -in any way, shape or form until I say otherwise," which elicited a laugh from Thad, "and I'm only ten weeks, so we have plenty of time to get ourselves organized."
"Now see? Was that so hard?"
Sebastian let out a small laugh in response. Then he had a thought. "How'd you know to come here? Was that an accident?"
"I don't think so. Blaine got a text from Kurt a little while ago that said to bring me over here for dinner to talk about the house situation, which Blaine thought was odd, but since when do I ever pass up a time to hang out with everyone? And Blaine said that Kurt said there'd be ice cream."
Sebastian smirked, "Those sneaky bastards - they know your weakness."
Thad chuckled, "Not really a secret, babe."