Al-ho and Yu-pa in New York City
Chapter One: Homesickness
When they ran away from home to escape their controlling mother Dylan and Sophie would never had expected to ever arrive in a whole new world based on Anchint China in that small air plane they had stolen from the New York Airlines. But then again they never would have expected to be married to two powerful and noble, not to mention good looking ferals named Al-ho and Yu-pa and start a family with their children Garu and Pucca.
But yet, here they are.
Once the last light of the setting sun faded away in the night sky Pucca and Garu went star gaxing with their parents and all of them enjoyed the night together. Then Pucca asked a question "Mommy, where do babies come from?"
Hearing that made Dylan and Sophie jolt in shock but Yu-pa and Al-ho were calm, which was strange because any parent who would have heard that question would have been taken back, trying how to explain the birds and the bees to them.
"Should we tell them or should you?" Yu-pa asked "Uh, you better do it." Dylan said "But you might want to put it to them gently." "Ok then." the feral woman said she turned to Pucca and Garu and said "Babies come from the bellies of fully grown woman like your mommy and Aunty Sophie." Hearing that made the modern twins gag in shock, that was not what you were suppose to tell toddlers at all!
"Did i come from you tummy Mommy?" Puca asked as she poked Yu-pa's belly "Yes you did," Yu-pa said "And so did Garu, only he grew in Sophie's belly." "How did we get in there in the first place?" Garu asked "Sorry kids," Al-ho said "But you're a bit too young to know that part. How about you wait until your older, otherwise you'll ruin a discovery of life you'll make when you get older."
"Oh Dad," Garu said "Oh don't give me that voice son," Al-ho said "You'll learn when your ready to learn it. But for know, why don't you just play with the Five and Po?" "Ok!" the kids cheerfully nodded and then they scampered off to play with the kung fu animals.
The two feral twins turned and saw the looks their spouses had "Uh... did we do something wrong?" "Parenting rule number one." Dylan said "Never tell your babies where babies come from until they've hit teenage years!" "I thought rule number one was never expose the baby to sharp weapons." Al-ho said "Or that the rule was to never let their babies home alone." Yu-pa said "Ok ok, along with those." Sophie said then she grunted and fell back down lightly.
"Is... is there anything wrong?" Al-ho asked.
Sophie didn't respond and either did Dylan. They just sat there on the ground, looking up into the stars. "You never get a starry night like this back in New York before..." Dylan said "Then again, you don't get a few discomforts either... i... i wish we could go back."
"Go back?" Yu-pa asked her husband then she signed softly and said "Oh, i get it... you're homesick." "A very bad case of homesickness." Dylan said "I wish i could see those awesome skyscrapers and walk down contret streets instead of stone and marble and eat a real hot dog with mustard and ketchep with just a hint of relish on the side and to see Lady Librity one again, holding her tourch up high as she... welcomes all she sees coming to... the great americain melting pot."
"The what pot?" Al-ho asked in confusion "The great Americain Melting pot," Dylan explained "It's a saying that everyone, no matter what they look like on the outside or the inside is always welcomed to America... that's what dad said before he left us... and we miss him."
"Don't worry," Yu-pa said "We promice that we'll find a way for you to go to New York." "How?" Sophie asked "Our plan had been ruined when we crashed along with yours a long time ago and no one knows how to get there either."
Al-ho and Yu-pa pondered how they could help and they closed their eyes. They remembered what Oogway had told them a long time ago, that if they ever need an anser then they would be able to ask the spirits for help. And then an idea popped in there heads.
That night when everyone was asleep Al-ho and Yu-pa arrived at the Jade Palace where the staff of Oogway was placed and they held it with one arm "O mistic Oogway, please here our call, we wish for a way to go to Sophie and Dylan's home, their world in a place called New York City."
Then the staff started to glow lightly, just like the twins had hoped, and then the glow died down. Yu-pa felt something next to her foot and she looked down, seeing a small statue of the green lady statue Sophie and Dylan always talked about. "This is it?" She asked as she picked up the statue. Suddenly the statue shined and the twins covered their eyes as the bright light got bigger and brighter and brighter, covering the entire Jade palace, and it's training grounds and the sleeping quarters in the light.
Then the light suddenly died. The palace and the other buildings were still standing but the diffrence was that they were now empty.