Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Nov 5, 2013 12:04:19 GMT -5
Just another day at the law office for Evelyn. She was in good spirits about everything. Her meeting with Lawson, unexpected at that, went really well. He took the news about having a daughter better than she expected. She honestly expected him to be extremely mad at her because she kept this secret from him for so long. But she was glad he understood the fact of why she did what she did. It was one less thing she had to worry about and one less thing on her list of things to do. She thought she was going to have to wait a while before she ran into him but she was glad it happened sooner rather than later.
Evelyn smiled at the picture of Lily on her desk. She always kept a picture on her desk of her daughter. Her daughter gave her inspiration during the day to keep her motivated. Currently, she was working on a case and it was a nasty one. The husband and wife, well soon to be ex's, couldn't agree on anything. There were days where meetings with them gave her a royal headache and she just wanted to scream. It made her think about she and Lawson, what would happen if they had been together and gotten a divorce. And even now. She knew that she wouldn't want a custody battle with him because she wanted him to be involved in her life as much as possible. So she knew it wouldn't come down to this. Evelyn looked at her book and saw she had an appointment in about an hour or so. She figured she would work on whatever she was doing until her appointment showed up.
Life was so stressful. Ellen honestly didn't understand why everything had to be a constant headache. She knew reality was harsh and asking for an easy life was childish, but was asking for a week without stress much to ask for? Apparently it was. Actually, finding a single day without stress was an impossibility. Today was no exception in that. Ellen had a meeting with a local lawyer. She had come highly recommended and was a Harvard Law Graduate which was always a good sign. If Gabriel did eventually take her to court, Ellen wanted to be prepared with a proper defense, not to mention a really good attorney. There was just no way in Hell, she'd let her ex husband win this.
She had an appointment with the lawyer, Evelyn Martin after work, so once she finished up helping her after school kids, she hopped into her car and drove to the lawyer's office. She had asked Lawson to come with her as her legal adviser, but he had some small matters to attend to before he could make the meeting. When she got there, she smiled at the receptionist who then showed her into Evelyn's office. When Ellen entered, she was surprised to see the woman was around her age, if not younger. "Ellen Watson," she said extending her handfor a handshake. "Thank you for making this meeting at such short notice. You come highly recommended and God knows I'll need the best," she said with a light laugh before taking a seat across from the woman's desk. "I have a legal adviser coming in a few minutes, I hope that's alright. He had some matters to attend to, but he assured me he'd be here."
Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Nov 6, 2013 0:29:43 GMT -5
Growing up, Evelyn thought she always had a connection with kids and she always wanted to help them out and have them get the best opportunities possible. She wanted their life to be as easy as it can and as stress free as possible. She knew what it was like going through a custody battle. She had watched one of her dear friends go through a horrible custody battle as a child, and as an adult. The children are often brought in the middle and it's not fair on them. Children have a special place in Evelyn's heart and anything that she can do to help them she does it. That's why, when she has a case, she almost always gets what her client wants. Very rarely does it ever escalate. No matter the situation, she thinks about her daughter and how she would want it handled if it had come to that. But she knew it wouldn't. She would let Lawson see Lily whenever he wanted too.
When her receptionist told her that her client was coming back, she made sure she had all the information handy and ready to go. When she saw her walk in, Evelyn stood up and walked around the desk. She smiled at the woman. "Pleased to meet you. I'm Evelyn Martin," She said, shaking her outstretched hand. "Have a seat." Evelyn sat down at her chair. "It's no problem. And I'm sure there are others out there who are better than me but I love my job and I do what I can to make sure the kids get a fair say in what they want. Divorce and custody battles are never easy. I've won most of my client's cases, and it's rare that it ever goes beyond a minor disagreement." Evelyn heard what she said and she nodded, "That's fine. I'll discuss what to expect when he gets here. So why not tell me a bit about your situation."
Post by ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON on Nov 6, 2013 0:43:22 GMT -5
Ellen mustered a smile as the woman spoke about her job. It was nice to have someone as passionate about their work as she was. It seemed like this was a good fit already; a fit that would propel her to win if it came down to it. "That's very reassuring," Ellen said. "But I know my ex-husband, and he'll undoubtedlybe looking for the best lawyer as well," Ellen said. Both of them knew what they wanted and intended to get it without hesitation. Plus, she was pretty her ex-husband wanted to win this, if not for the children, but just to spite her.
She was glad when Evelyn didn't reject the idea of Lawson coming. There was no need to say he was also her significant other, so Ellen intended to continue calling him her legal adviser. "Well, I divorced my ex-husband about ten years ago. It was a messy break, but he eventually signed away to allow me to have custody of our three children," she said, pausing a bit to collect her thoughts. "I've raised our three children and have been their primary care for the majority of their lives. He's never paid child support or even bothered to contact them after we split, but now after ten years, he's mysteriously appeared and wants a part in their lives." She knew it wasn't 'right' for her to block him from seeing their children, but Ellen didn't trust him. "I'm afraid he'll end up taking me to court over this. Both of us will do anything to win, but I fear he just wants to get back at me. I just want the best for my kids."
Post by LAWSON RAYNARD ANDREWS on Nov 6, 2013 10:37:27 GMT -5
Finally it was time to leave. Lawson packed up his briefcase and headed out to his car. He'd be right on time if traffic wasn't heavy, and looking at the roads now it seemed like it was clear. When Ellen had asked him to be her legal advisor he'd smiled at the title and of course he accepted. He wanted only the best for Ellen since he wasn't going to be her attorney. That would have been hard, defending his brother's ex-wife whom he was now dating.
He'd made a misevaluation where the traffic was concerned and he found himself being three minutes late. Not so bad but Lawson always kept by the saying "five minutes early is on time". If on time was late, Lawson couldn't be sure. He wasn't so strict about that. He decided to bring his briefcase in to look more official and take notes as he evaluated the lawyer. Ellen had said she came highly recommended, but one could never be sure about these things. After locking his door and feeling like today was good, ordinary day, Lawson turned on his heel and walked up to the door. But he stopped dead in his tracks when he saw the name. 'Evelyn Martin, Attorney at Law'
Lawson shook his head and blinked a few times before refocusing his attention on the name. No, it couldn't be the same Evelyn, could it? Evelyn wasn't that popular of a name and Wentworth was a small town, but it couldn't be... Martin wasn't Evelyn's last name. But wait, she'd gotten married, right? Maybe she changed her name on the door to her husband's name instead of keeping her maiden name. And how many Evelyns practicing law could there be in Wentworth? Despite all logic proving that this was his Evelyn, Lawson still clung to that small glimmer of hope that said it wasn't the same one. He took a deep breath and walked over to the receptionist. She led him to the office and opened the door, and a familiar face appeared, snuffing out the small glimmer of hope and any optimism be had left. Lawson felt nervous and at a loss for what to do. Evelyn was looking at Ellen so maybe she hadn't seen him. If that was the case then he could run out and drive off and call Ellen and tell her something came up. Then he could convince her that Evelyn wasn't the right lawyer. Which was a lie, because she was one of the best, but he didn't want his girlfriend being represented by his EX! And did Evelyn now know who Ellen was specifically? If Lawson could bite his nails right now he would, but he'd given up on that bad habit years and years ago.
His breath came shorter as he thought swiftly of what to do in that split-second, but he knew he needed to face this. He couldn't lie. Well, if he told Ellen something did came up it wouldn't be a lie because, well, what came up was that she was going to be defended by his ex-girlfriend! But that wouldn't be a good excuse and Lawson still wasn't quite sure how to tell Ellen that Evelyn was back in the picture with a daughter that was also his. Ugh. If only Wentworth was a bigger town; then he could see Evelyn without Ellen ever knowing and she couldn't get upset. But that wouldn't be right or healthy at all, and he knew that. So he tried to calm his breathing as he put on a charming smile and nonchalant attitude and walked over to Evelyn. "Miss Martin, I'm Miss Watson's legal advisor." He extended his hand, praying that Evelyn would play along if she didn't already know that Ellen was his girlfriend. The tension in the room was palpable and he hoped Ellen couldn't sense it. He also hoped that he and Evelyn could get through this meeting on the same page and be able to talk about it later so Lawson could make sure he hadn't hurt Evelyn or snubbed her in any way.
Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Nov 6, 2013 10:50:59 GMT -5
Evelyn heard what Ellen said and she smiled kindly at the woman in front of her. "If that is the case, then I will do my best to make this as less stressful as possible," She said with a kind smile. From what Ellen said, Evelyn had a feeling this wasn't going to be an easy case. If he really was going to try and get a better lawyer than her, well first he'd have to really search, but second, then maybe she did have her work cut out for her. Evelyn listened to Ellen and wrote down some notes on what she needed to know. Evelyn looked up at Ellen, "From what I can see-" Evelyn started to say. But when she heard her secretary say that Ellen's legal advisor was there, and then she heard the door open. Evelyn looked up and things just got complicated.
There, standing in the doorway, was Lawson, her ex. Oh dear god... no way... this is Ellen. The girl he's been in love with while we were together. Evelyn had a mix of emotions running through her. She really didn't know how this was going to turn out now. Evelyn knew that Lawson was dating a woman named Ellen, but she figured that Wentworth was a big town and that it couldn't have been this woman sitting in front of her. Evelyn stood up and took his outstretched hand. "Pleased to meet you-," Evelyn said. She almost said his name but she had to stop herself. She cleared her throat, "If you two will excuse me for a minute, I need to get a drink." Evelyn left the room to grab a water bottle and to compose herself. Taking a deep breath, she brought three water bottles into the room with her for Ellen and Lawson. She sat down at her desk and placed the two bottles in front of her. "As I was stating before. Based on what you've told me, not paying child support, the fact that he hasn't contacted you in 10 years and you have been the primary care giver for most of you children's lives, I don't see how he would win. But we do have options so we could try and settle this out of court, if he does want to pursuit custody."
Post by ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON on Nov 6, 2013 19:33:47 GMT -5
Ellen nodded as Evelyn spoke, but just as she was beginning to delve into an explanation, the door to her office opened and Lawson entered. She smiled warmly at him, her eyes twinkling. She was very clearly glad to see him. Although her political science courses addressed legal issues, Ellen was not a specialist by any means. Of course, Ellen could tell if someone was just incompetent based on her knowledge of the law, and so far Evelyn wasn't setting off her 'bullshit detector.' Granted, they hadn't discussed much about the case, so it was hard to tell. "Of Course," she said when Evelyn asked to be excused.
While Evelyn left to get some water, Ellen inched closer to Lawson and quickly gave him a peck on the lips. "I like her so far," Ellen said with a smile. "Granted, we haven't really talked about anything regarding the case, but they always say first impressions can say a lot about a person." A few minutes later, Evelyn came back in with a couple bottles of water. Ellen continued nodded as Evelyn spoke. "The thing is, he didn't fully relinquish his rights as father, he just decided not to act on them for ten years," Ellen said in response. "Wouldn't he be able to build a legal case against me based on that?" she asked, her eyes glancing at Lawson for confirmation. Her eyes narrowed slightly when he noticed how squirrely he looked. It was subtle and Ellen only caught it because she knew him so well, but it concerned her a bit. "I just really don't trust him," Ellen said with a sigh. "And I love my children too much to just let him win."
Post by LAWSON RAYNARD ANDREWS on Nov 10, 2013 23:31:33 GMT -5
Thankfully Evelyn hadn't said his name. Lawson had to keep from breathing a sigh of relief as he watched Evelyn leave the room. Good, it would give them both time to compose themselves and continue like nothing was wrong. He hoped Ellen didn't think Evelyn's leaving suddenly was suspicious, but when he looked over at her she didn't seem suspicious. He sat down next to Ellen and felt her kiss him and he felt a pang of guilt. He looked over at Ellen again and smiled shakily. "That's great," he said, genuinely happy. Maybe since Ellen's first impression about Evelyn was a good one she wouldn't be as upset when she found out who she was. "What did you talk about before I got here?" He doubted they'd talked about him, other than him being the legal advisor.
He reached for the water bottle as soon as it was set down in front of him and he took a few sips. His mouth was dry suddenly and he needed water to keep him calm. Since he knew Evelyn was already a great lawyer he didn't focus on what she was saying to Ellen. All he could hear right now was the blood rushing through his ears and the clock ticking. How long would this take? Hopefully not too long. He was aware of Ellen looking at him, silently asking for confirmation, and he had to quickly rewind to what had just been said. "Oh- uh, yeah he could. I mean, I don't think he could make the case really strong. But through his actions he might as well have fully relinquished his rights as father. Right E- Miss Martin?" Ellen's eyes narrowing at him made him sink back slightly in his seat but it was hardly noticeable. He took another sip of water and winced when Ellen said she didn't trust him. He knew she was referring to Gabriel but the situation right now made it seem like she was talking about Lawson. It was kind of weird to be listening to Ellen talking about going to court with her ex and his brother, but he couldn't be bothered by it. After all, he was expecting Ellen to not be too bothered about Evelyn, so he couldn't be a hypocrite.
Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Jan 2, 2014 23:56:09 GMT -5
Evelyn couldn't do this. Ellen was sitting in her office, next to the man who was her ex-boyfriend and the father of her child. She always wondered what she looked like and now that she knew, she didn't want to know anymore. It was better if she didn't know who she was because of the fact that now it was more real. Evelyn could see into her room from where she was getting her water and she saw Ellen kiss him on the lips. She felt her stomach churn at the thought of how many times the two of them kissed and how it probably didn't give him any spark like it's doing now to him. Evelyn looked at her secretary, "Do I have anymore appointments today?" She asked. "No you're schedule is clear." The secretary said. Evelyn nodded, "Good because after this meeting I'm going to need a strong drink."
Evelyn went back into the room and she sat down. She heard what Ellen said and she wrote that down on her legal pad. She saw Ellen look at Lawson for conformation. She felt anger as if she wasn't going to believer her when she answered Ellen. She heard what she said and she bit the inside of her cheek. Evelyn looked towards Lawson and she nodded. "That is correct Mr. Andrews. You're ex-husband wasn't there for the past 10 years. He had no say in where you went, what school your kids went too, how they were brought up. Everything a father should do. It's basically like he gave up his rights. No judge in his right mind would release your children to a guy who barely knows them and who hasn't been there for a majority of their life." Evelyn took a breath in and looked at the two of them. "But we do have some options."
Post by ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON on Jan 3, 2014 1:12:39 GMT -5
When he asked her what Evelyn and her spoke about, she looked up to try and recall the conversation."Just the case and circumstances," she said with a smile. "We just brushed the surface though. It wasn't like we combed each other's hair and told our deepest darkest secrets or anything," she said with a light laugh. His behavior was awfully sketchy. She figured it was just the case, but she couldn't be too sure.
She acknowledged Evelyn when she re-entered the room out of respect. But when Lawson spoke, she was baffled. He never acted like this. "Why are you so jumpy today?" she whispered, hoping Evelyn wouldn't hear. Ellen turned her attention back to the lawyer and listened. "I know all that, but he likes to win," she said. "Especially against me, and I'm certain he'll try and hire the best lawyer he can find," she said. "And I don't want to lose my children to him." Her blood boiled at the mere thought of it. "And what if we get a judge that isn't in his or her right mind?" she asked. "I've heard stories about those," she looked at Lawson. Now she was getting herself worked up. She knew she had to stop, so she discreetly took Lawson's hand. It was just to calm herself down.
Ellen closed her eyes and took a deep breath. "I'm sorry," she said. "I just really, really, really don't want him winning this case," she said.
Post by LAWSON RAYNARD ANDREWS on Jan 7, 2014 2:09:43 GMT -5
Even Lawson had to cringe at the over-laugh he'd given to Ellen's joke about sharing each other's secrets and brushing each other's hair. 'Get it together, Lawson!' He thought to himself. His heart beat quicker at Ellen's question and he was able to quickly cover up some of his behavior. "It's just a bit awkward that I'm hearing you discuss a court hearing with my brother, aka your husband," he whispered back, not caring if Evelyn heard.
He looked back at Evelyn and had to keep from groaning. She was getting irritated, he knew that look. Hopefully she could hold herself up and get through this meeting, otherwise her reputation would be ruined with Ellen. Her lawyer reputation, that is. But maybe Lawson would be able to salvage it. Hopefully none of that would have to happen, though. He nodded at what Evelyn said and began to feel confident again. As long as they focused on the case and didn't think of their past, this could probably work.
"Well the best lawyer Gabriel can find certainly won't be better or even equal to Miss Martin," Lawson said confidently, gesturing to Evelyn. He rolled his eyes as Ellen went off on a tangent and he was surprised when she realized what she was doing. He gently squeezed her hand and waited for her to calm down. "He won't win, Ellen. You need to have faith. Okay Miss Martin, what are the options?" Lawson returned his attention to Evelyn. It was still surreal looking at her, but it wasn't necessarily a bad surreal.
Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Jan 7, 2014 12:33:12 GMT -5
Evelyn listened to what Elle said to Lawson. She knew why he was jumpy. He was jumpy because his ex girlfriend, and the mother of his child, was sitting in front of the woman that he was pining over while they were together. It was a deadly combination and she knew that this was probably going to end badly. But for her sake she was trying to keep it professional and to not let things bother her. Evelyn heard what Lawson said to Ellen and she frowned for a second. Ellen was married to Lawson's brother Gabriel and now she's dating Lawson? This was so confusing and complicated that she didn't know where to go from here. She knew that she could get a pretty solid case against Gabriel, she knew what kind of man he was.
Evelyn heard what Ellen said and the first thing that came to mind was anger and frustration. Evelyn noticed her take Lawson's hand in hers and that was the tip that sent her over the edge. Evelyn slammed the legal pad down on the desk and looked at Ellen. "Look. I've been patient with you. I get it your scared to death to lose your kids to your ex-husband, but you doubting me is really starting to piss me off," Evelyn snapped. "I gave you my word that I can guarantee that he will not win this case, and if by some off chance it comes to that we have options. But if you're just going to sit here and babble on and on about how he likes to win and how he's going to get the best lawyer, yadda yadda yadda, and not listen to a word I say, then I'm sorry. But you should find someone else who will bend over and sympathize with you." Evelyn stopped talking and she sighed. She couldn't believe she let herself get that worked up over someone who didn't even know she dated Lawson. Evelyn backed away from the desk and looked out the window, calming down.
Evelyn heard what Lawson said and she couldn't help but smile. Thank god her back was turned to them. No need to get Ellen angry with her, more than she already will be. She knew that she could put her reputation on the line as a lawyer for snapping but she would pay her to keep her mouth shut if it came to that. Evelyn heard what Lawson asked and she turned back around and sat back down. "Well there are several options. Right now you have what you would call Sole Physical Custody meaning you have full custody of your kids," Evelyn said. "We can offer up a visitation schedule, where you would still have full custody, since you've been with them the longest, but your ex husband will have the right to see your children, as deemed by the court. It can be supervised or unsupervised for however many days. And then we can file for child support so he will have to pay a certain amount of money each month to you until your each child is over the age of 18."
Post by ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON on Jan 7, 2014 21:31:45 GMT -5
Ellen pursed her lips together when Lawson explained why he was jumpy. A light blush mottled her cheeks at his words. She hoped Evelyn hadn't heard them. This situation was already embarrassing enough for her, she didn't want Evelyn knowing about the nature of her relationship with Lawson.
But all that didn't matter to her, for the meeting started to take a left hand turn. Ellen's eyes widened as Evelyn slammed the pad on the table, and she could only sit there aghast as the woman went off on a tangent. She stood up, about ready to snap as well. "Excuse me?" she said slowly. Fire was beginning to build up in her stomach. "You clearly don't understand the gravity of this issue," she said, beginning to go off on her own lecture. "Scared to death is an understatement, Ms Martin," she said. "And I deplore the way you're treating my fear with levity," she was trying desperately to keep her temper. She took a deep breath before sitting down.
She only looked at Lawson, disgust clearly in her eyes as he spoke. "And how would you know that?" she snapped. "It's not like she bloody represented you in a case!" Deep down, Ellen knew it was wrong to go off on Lawson, but she couldn't help herself. Her emotions were really getting to her today. As Evelyn went over the different options they had, she could only stare blankly into space. "I'm sorry," she said. "I need some air, or water, or something," she said. Right now she felt a bit lightheaded. It must have been the stress.
Lawson was too focused on what to do next to notice Ellen's reaction to his words. When Evelyn snapped and went off on Ellen, Lawson's eyes widened and he tried to let her know discreetly that she needed to stop. But it went unnoticed and he had to hold back a sigh as he put his face in his hands and sunk further down in his chair. His arm reached out to try and get Ellen to sit down, but he decided against it. All he could do was sit there awkwardly while the situation evolved into a cat-fight.
When Ellen sat back down Lawson wondered if it was over. Nope. Now she was going off on him. Oh, if she only knew that her words weren't an empty argument. Evelyn never represented Lawson in a real case, but she always won in mock cases in class. Despite the harshness in her words, Lawson didn't take offense because he knew she was just stressed about the whole situation. He watched her as Evelyn spoke about options but he knew Ellen wasn't retaining any of it. "Okay, obviously the stress is big right now so why don't you -we- just go outside and get some water?" He placed his hand lightly on her back like he was trying to calm a lion about ready to snap.
Post by EVELYN HEATHER ANDERSON on Jan 16, 2014 13:49:04 GMT -5
Evelyn knew that snapping wasn't good for any situation but if only Ellen knew the severity of the situation between the three of them, then maybe she would understand why Evelyn was acting the way she was. Evelyn saw her stand and listened to what she said. "Oh I understand . I've seen a lot of cases worse than what you're going through and every single one of them turned out just fine. I understand your fear, having a 4 year old daughter myself. If the father tried to do this to me, I'd have the same fear as you would," Evelyn said taking a side glance at Lawson. She looked back at Ellen. "I can guarantee that you will win a case with me. I've been trained by the best people in the law business." Evelyn watched her sit down and Evelyn felt her hands shaking. She knew that she could have just jeopardized everything between the three of them before anyone had a chance to talk about the situation.
Evelyn heard what Ellen said and she knew that it was probably good for the three of them to take a breather. But just as Evelyn went to talk to him, a little girl came running into the office. "Mommy!" Lily said running over to her. Evelyn picked up her daughter and sat her on her lap. "I'm so sorry about this. I had no idea she was coming." Evelyn said but she was glad for the distraction. "This is my daughter Lily." Evelyn looked up as Jeff came into the office. "Baby I tried to explain to her that she needed to wait, that you had people in here but she wasn't listening." Evelyn nodded. "It's alright Jeff. Mr. Andrews, Ms. Watson, I'd like to introduce you to my husband Jeff." Jeff nodded awkwardly, knowing full well who 'Mr. Andrews' was. Lily looked at Lawson and then at her mommy. "Mommy.. is that Mr. Lawson from the mall?" Lily whispered to Evelyn. Evelyn simply nodded. "Why don't you go out at wait in the lobby." Lily nodded and hugged her mom and got down. "By Mr. Lawson!" She said waving as she skipped out of the room with Jeff following her, shutting the door behind them. Well this wasn't going to be good...
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: That sounds familiar. I used to be that way. I still am, but I've learned to let go a little.
Sept 18, 2013 22:33:39 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): Alec is too good to me, how did I deserve him. I'm such a perfectionist that I am afraid to screw up
Sept 18, 2013 22:30:10 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: Everyone screws up. I've screwed up so many times I can't even keep track, but you just have to pick yourself up and learn to forgive yourself which can be the hardest thing to do
Sept 18, 2013 22:28:38 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): Thank you so much Ellen. I know Alec is there to encourage me, but sometimes I feel he's put me on this great mother pedestal. I'm afraid of screwing up.
Sept 18, 2013 22:25:29 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: I wouldn't worry too much Emma. You're very maternal, something I never was, and I managed to do it alone. If you ever need to talk about parenting, I'm always here
Sept 18, 2013 22:10:52 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): I'm just worried about being a good mother. Since my own mother is no longer here to advice me. I just want to do her proud *nervous look*
Sept 18, 2013 22:09:25 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): well I think Alec will be worried when it comes to that age. He'll probably buy a shotgun and ward off any boy who comes a courting.
Sept 18, 2013 22:08:32 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: -laughs- you don't have to worry about that for a while. I told Victoria when she was going into sixth grade, but I think it also depends on the child
Sept 18, 2013 22:07:23 GMT -5