A/N: Hey readers! Here's my new story, Pregnancy 101! This idea just came to me out of nowhere, and I decided I really wanted to write a story about it, so here it is!

It will be basically all about Ally's pregnancy, and I don't know how long it's going to be, but it will probably be at least 15 chapters. Not sure yet.

Fair warning, there are swears in this story and mild sexual stuff, but not a whole bunch. Just every now and then.

Genres: Family,Romance,Drama,Humour

Disclaimer: Don't own Austin and Ally, and I never will. I also don't own the song "Save You Tonight" by One Direction. Love that song :) and sorry for mistakes!


Ally POV

"I wanna save ya, wanna save your heart tonight. He'd only break ya, leave you torn apart, oh! I can't be no superman, but for you I'll-"

"Guess who got a job at Real Steel?" Trish announced as she strolled into the recording studio.

Austin ripped his headphones off from inside the booth. "Really Trish?" He exclaimed frustrated.

"Oops," she said sheepishly.

I sighed and pressed the intercom button. "We'll finish later, babe. Take a break."

Austin set his headphones down and walked out of the booth before plopping down beside me. He grabbed his water bottle. "How long is this job going to last? Isn't Real Steel a mechanic shop?"

Trish shrugged. "Probably a few hours, as usual. And yeah, that's why I took the job. You get to hit things with hammers and wrenches! It's awesome!"

"Don't know why I even asked," Austin muttered before taking a sip.

"So how's the song coming?" she asked as she sat down in a chair. We were the only three in the studio since Austin and I had reserved it for his private practice time. Dez was supposed to be here doing controls, but he said something about shopping for a turkey and pig, so now I'm stuck doing it. And it wasn't easy.

"It's coming good. Just about finished recording it before someone interrupted," Austin replied, raising an eyebrow.

"Oh you'll have plenty of time to record it later," Trish waved her hand before turning to me. "So, I need to ask you a favour."

"Oh no," I groaned. Trish and favours didn't mix well together.

"Relax, it's not bad. I just need you to go trash the shop and say I let you do it so they'll fire me," Trish said. See what I mean?

"Hell to the no."

"Aw, c'mon!" she complained.

"I don't want to be thrown in jail, Trish!" I exclaimed.

She huffed. "Fine, I'll do it myself. Later gators." She stood up and left.

Austin stood up. "That girl, I swear…" He stopped and shook his head. "Never mind." He bent down to kiss me. I grinned and kissed back until we heard a door open. We jumped apart, red faced, to find Trish standing there again.

"God Trish, again with the interruptions?" Austin sighed exasperatedly.

"Oops! Uh, i just forgot to mention that Dez said you're supposed to call him later, Austin. Something about needing help making clothes for his pet pig and turkey. Um, yeah, sorry!" She turned on her heel and hurried out.

"Okaaaay," Austin said, confused.

I grinned. "Well, c'mon, you better finish recording. Trish and Dez are taking you to your rehearsal tomorrow."

He frowned. "Why aren't you coming?"

"I have to work," I replied. "I told you that yesterday, remember?"

He sighed. "Right. I forgot."

Aside from writing songs for Austin, I had a job as a waitress at Marianne's, a restaurant close to where Austin and I lived (A/N: I don't know if there is actually a Marianne's in Miami, but if there is, i don't own it haha). Although most people didn't know why I had nor needed a job because Austin made plenty of money with his, it was sort of a side thing I wanted to do. Besides, Austin didn't need to be making all of the money for the two of us.

I stood up. "No big deal. Anyways, you have a press conference the day after which I'll be at, so relax." I stood up on my tiptoes and kissed him.

He kissed back for a few seconds before we parted. He grinned. "I need to forget things more often."

I smiled and rolled my eyes. "Okay, Mr. Flirt, you should really get back to your song."

He set his water bottle down and strolled back into the booth. Putting the headphones back on, he gave me a thumbs up. I reached over and pressed the button to start the music. (I have no clue how recording studios work, but for the sake of the story, this is how it works)

I, I wanna save you
Wanna save your heart tonight
He'll only break you
Leave you torn apart, oh

It's a quarter to three can't sleep at all
He's so overrated
If you told me to jump, I'd take the fall
And he wouldn't take it

All that you want's under your nose, yeah
You should open your eyes but they stay closed, closed

I, I wanna save you
Wanna save your heart tonight
He'll only break you
Leave you torn apart, oh

I can't be no superman,
But for you I'll be super human

I, I wanna save ya, save ya, save ya tonight

Oh now you're at home
And he don't call
Cause he don't adore you
To him you are just another doll
And I tried to warn you

What you want, what you need
Has been right here, yeah
I can see that you're holding back those tears, tears

I, I wanna save you
Wanna save your heart tonight
He'll only break you
Leave you torn apart, oh

I can't be no superman,
But for you I'll be super human

I, I wanna save you, save you, save you tonight

Up, up and away
I'll take you with me
Up, up and away
I'll take you with me

I, I wanna save you
Wanna save your heart tonight
He'll only break you
Leave you torn apart, oh

I can't be your superman,
But for you I'll be super human

I, I wanna save you, save you, save you tonight
I wanna save you, save you, save you tonight
I wanna save you, save you, save you tonight

I laughed and pressed the intercom. "That was awesome, Austin, as usual!"

He smiled back. "Thanks!" He came out. "Let's hear it."

I played it back, the two of us grinning the whole time.

After it finished, he rubbed my arm, finishing with a pat. "And you didn't even screw up anything with the controls this time, Als! Congrats!"

"Gee, thanks," I said flatly.

"Aw, you know I love ya," he replied, resting his chin on my head. "Maybe you can record a song with me soon."

"Yeah, I could do that," I smiled. Throughout the four years since I had known Austin, he had helped me get over my stage fright, and although I wasn't a huge popstar like Austin, I did perform, some times with him, or just at an event or something. I didn't want to be a huge star, I was happy doing what I was doing now.

He took the CD out. "I'll give this to Dez so he can come back and edit it later, but for now, let's hit up the Melody Diner. I'm starving."

As if on queue, my stomach growled. "That makes two of us."

He grinned. "C'mon." He took my hand and I grabbed my purse on the way out.

As we got in Austin's car, a thought struck me. "Hey, remind me I need to pick up groceries soon."

Austin scoffed, laughing. "Ally, I won't remember shit. This is me we're talking about."

"Well, try," I said, digging through my purse. "Ugh, where is my songbook?"

"I didn't see it in the studio," he said. "It's gotta be in there somewhere."

"Found it." I pulled it out.

"As I knew you would," he said as he pulled into the Melody Diner parking lot. He parked and we hopped out.

"You won't need that in here," Austin said as he held the door open for me and we walked in, grabbing a table by the window.

"I know, I just thought I had lost it," I told him.

"You're always losing it."

"Yeah yeah, I know," I said. I grabbed a menu. "I just want a burger and fries. What about you?"

"Same, except with a chocolate milkshake."

The waitress, who just so happened to be Cassidy, came over to take our order. (Didn't see that coming, did ya? :p )

"Cassidy?" Austin exclaimed, shocked. "I thought you were in L.A!"

"Hi to you too, Blondie," she smirked, then smiled at me. "Hi, Ally."

"Hey! I didn't know you started working here again."

"I'm just here for the summer, and then I'm going back to L.A. I missed it here," she laughed. "But enough about me, what can I get you two?"

"Aren't you supposed to sing to the customers?" I asked.

"I would, but I've got a show coming up that I need to save my voice for," she explained. "I've already been through that problem once, and I'm not going to go through it again."

Austin and I shrugged before ordering. As she walked off, I noticed that Austin didn't even look at her.

"I have to ask you something," I told him, somewhat nervously.

"What's up?" he asked, looking at me.

"When did you get over Cassidy?" I blurted out. Me and my big mouth.

"Cassidy?" he repeated, confused. I nodded. "A long time ago."

"Before you started liking me?"

"Oh yeah, way before that. I'm talking like a few weeks after she left for L.A back when we were fifteen," he said, then noticed my face. He softened. "Ally, relax, you're the only one for me. Cassidy's just a friend."

I smiled. "I know, just making sure."

He grinned and we talked for a bit before our food came. We ate, paid, and said bye to Cassidy before heading back to our car.

When we got home to our mansion, I collapsed on the couch and kicked my boots off. "I'm so tired."

Austin dropped his keys on the counter and took his jacket off. "Me too. But I'm kind of in the mood for a movie. It's only ten." He walked over and sat down beside me. "Wanna watch with me?"

"Might as well," I replied. "Though I can't promise I'll stay awake the whole time." I picked up the remote and flipped through movies. "Mmm, Titanic, The Hunger Games, Ice-"

"Ice Age 4!" Austin yelled, causing me to jump about a foot in the air. "Hell yes!"

I glared at him. "Thanks for restarting my heart; I appreciated the near heart attack."

"Sorry," he mumbled.

"It's fine."

"So…can we please watch Ice Age 4? Pwetty pwease?" he begged with puppy dog eyes. "With cherries on top?" He paused. "Ew, no, cherries are gross. Pwetty pwease with pancakes on top?!"

"Alright!" I laughed at his rant. "If you stop doing that!"

"What? This?" He pounced on me, causing me to shriek as he started tickling me. He was straddling my hips, so I couldn't move.

"Austin, st-stop!" I laughed. "Knock it off! Austin!"

"What was that?" he yelled over my laughing. "I can't hear youuuuu!"

"Austin!" I shrieked. "S-seriously!"

He leaned down and planted his lips on mine. "Mmmm-uah!"

I giggled at his playful kiss and finally gathered enough strength to push him up so I was straddling his lap instead.

"Gotcha," I whispered against his lips.

He grinned and kissed me again, except this time, it was more passionate. I tangled my hands in his hair as I deepened the kiss, and he leaned me back on the couch so he was lying on top of me with his hands braced at my head, Ice Age evidently forgotten.

After a while, we parted for air.

We looked at each other, breathing hard, before I said, "Bedroom. Now."

Austin didn't have to be told twice, since the next thing I knew, he had scooped me up bridal style and was carrying me upstairs.

I laughed as we got to the top and he walked into our room with me still in his arms. The last thing he did was kick the door shut behind him.


A/N: How was it? Worth continuing on? You can probably guess what happened after he shut the door :p And what happens after that...

To clear things up, they're 19, and NOT MARRIED, but they do live together. And obviously Austin is still childish, with the whole Ice Age thing :)

How many reviews can we get on the first chapter!? Let's break a record! :p Tell me what you think, this was just the first chapter, to get the story started! The more reviews I get, the faster I upload! :) :)

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