Reba started to cry as her daughter got into her car. "Mom," Jordyn told her as she stepped closer to her mother. "Please don't cry."
"Jordyn, You and Lalita and Alex are all I have let in the world," Reba said as she hugged her daughter the last time.
"NANNA!" The young toddler screamed as her mother walked away from her grandmother with her in her arms.
"Shh," Jordyn told her as she rubbed her back. She put her daughter into her car seat then got into the car herself. Jordyn didn't let her mother see but she was crying. Alex drove away from the house when he spoke up.
"Are we doing the right thing?" Alex asked her.
"I don't know, I hope so."
"NANNA!" Lalita screamed again.
"No baby girl. It's just Mommy and Daddy."
"Nanna!" The stubborn child called out again. Jordyn turned around in her seat and handed Lalita a blanket, the same one that Mike was planing on giving her. The child stared at the fluffy pink blanket before she cuddled up with it then fell asleep.
"I really don't think that this was a good idea," Jordyn told her husband.
"We're at the point of no return Jor What are we going to do?"
"I really guess that we can't do anything."
Meanwhile Reba sat on her porch, watching the street where her daughter had recently left, when, to her surprise, Jack walked up to her. "Hey." Reba glanced up at him from her bench.
"Hey," She recalled to him as he sat down next to her.
"Are you okay, you seem down."
"Jordyn just left with Lalita and Alex."
"Reba just remember what I told you, I'll always be here for you. Even if you don't love me."
"Jack, would you like to know the really reason I left the wedding?"
"I realized that i loved you so much more than I loved Mike," She told him with a smile. Jack returned the smile before placing his lips on hers. A few minutes passed with them just like that, kissing.
"Marry me," Jack told her when he pulled away from her.
"Marry me. I truly love you Reba and i wish to spend the rest of my life with you." Reba smiled and accepted his proposal.