It seemed to be a lovely day for everyone. Estelle stared out the window from her bedroom as she saw that even the animals seemed to be in love. She simply sighed before she closed her curtains before there came a knocking at her door. "Come in." Estelle sighed.

"Clean laundry, sweetie." Mo smiled to her daughter as she brought in her laundry basket.

"Thanks, Mom." Estelle said softly.

Once Mo saw the expression on her daughter's face, she could already tell what was on her mind. Estelle took the clothes, but looked out the window.

"Spring time..." Mo sighed quietly. "Love is in the air."

"Yeah, I can tell..." Estelle replied.

"Oh, honey, it's okay..." Mo comforted.

"Akito has Emi... Vincent has Jenny... What do I get?" Estelle sulked.

"Don't worry, your true love will come someday." Mo said.

"I hope it's soon." Estelle said.

"You can't rush things, it'll be all right though..." Mo comforted and kissed her forehead.

Estelle just sighed softly as she put her clothes away where they were supposed to go. "Oh, Boyfriend, who are you, where are you?" she then asked as she looked out her window. "My heart aches to meet you so I can become a princess of my own fairy tale with you as my prince so we can live happily ever after."

Mo simply sighed before she got an idea where Estelle might find true love.

"I think we need a vacation..." Akito said as he stared at the ceiling in his own room. "We never go anywhere."

"Oh, you poor spoiled, pampered adventurer." Mo teased her younger son.

"Okay, so we have, but we've never had a vacation." Akito said.

"Don't worry, I'll go talk with your father." Mo smiled.

"Hm..." Akito smiled back to that.

Mo soon came to her husband with clean laundry. "Hey, honey, so would it be alright if the whole family went on vacation?" She asked him.

"It has been a while since we went out..." Atticus replied. "Um... The kids too or just us?"

"The kids too." Mo smiled.

"Hm..." Atticus smiled back. "I could use a break."

"And I think I know just the place." Mo said.

"Oh?" Atticus smiled to her.

"Yep." Mo said before whispering her idea for their vacation.

"Aw, that sounds great," Atticus replied. "...It's been a while since we were last there."

"That's why I thought it'd be perfect, plus the kids can experience it." Mo smiled.

"Yeah." Atticus nodded.

"Shall I set everything up?" Mo beamed.

"Well, if you really want to..." Atticus smiled.

Mo then ran quicker than Pinkie Pie on a sugar rush to get them ready.

"Yep, she really wants to." Atticus said.

Later on, Akito, Estelle, and Vincent were being brought down and told about their family vacation, and where they were excited.

"When do we leave?" Estelle asked, not as mopey as she was earlier.

"As soon as possible," Atticus chuckled. "Your mother's getting everything ready, and just about done."

"Whoa." Akito said.

"You know how your mother gets." Atticus replied.

"Yeah..." Vincent muttered. "I'm still not sure who's faster in cleaning up and cooking though, her or Grandma Elizabeth."

"I think those two would be tied in that case." Atticus said.

The kids couldn't help but chuckle to what he said. Eventually, they were all set to go, and they soon smiled together as they were going on a family vacation to a different place... Known as Notre Dame. They would also get there before the Festival of Love would begin.

Cherry seemed to be there with Felicity and Chip who wanted to come along as she came to see what was going on.

"Cherry, you're here too?" Atticus asked.

"I wanted to see what the fuss was, and these two insisted to come along." Cherry replied.

"So, we'll all get a family vacation." Estelle smiled.

"Seems like it..." Felicity smiled back.

"So then shall we go and see if we can find Quasimodo, Esmeralda, or Phoebus?" Forte asked.

"That sounds doable..." Cherry replied. "I'm sure they're close by."