Dinner and DisasterDinner and Disaster
"Okay, so Cream is shopping with Amy?" Sonic asked. He checked his list, pencil in hand. Beside him, the little purple baby hedgehog gummed a plastic toy ring, his teeth already growing in. Kicking his feet, the baby threw the ring from his carrier. Sonic caught it without looking and pushed it back into the baby's hands.
"Yes," Tails said. "And they're at the mall, where Cream will keep her busy."
Sonic nodded and checked off that item on his list. "And I gave you the bag? Everything in there?"
"Yes." Tails shouldered the bag stuffed with diapers, pumped milk, books, toys, baby powder, and all the other necessities.
"Hm, I feel like I forgot something," he said, tapping his pencil. He caught the ring again. "What am I forgetting?"
"I know," Tails said.
Sonic looked up, tossing the ring into the carrier. "What?"
"To relax and enjoy yourself," he said, smiling. "It's your anniversary, too." Sonic sighed and returned to the list. "Look, you got the dinner reser
Inked.The constant pulse of the beat tickled the bottom of Amy’s feet like a brush of a birds feather. The only way to get rid of the ticklish feeling was to keep on moving, stomping and swaying her hips in perfect harmony with the music. The pink hedgehog raised both hands above her head, swinging that flawless waist of hers as if she was a belly dancer. In her right hand she held a drink, keeping aware that she had it in that hand, she was careful not to spill it everywhere as she jiggled around the small dance floor.
Towards her left she spotted a white bat climbing on top of a coffee table, wobbling on weak legs she began spinning around and bouncing. Amy looked up, giggling girlishly as Tails leapt onto the sofa to her right, joining in with the fun like a wild animal fist pumping. She felt like her body had broken past the limit, entering a state of euphoria where everything didn’t feel quite real, yet she wanted to stay there in that world of daydreams and not return to re