Disclaimer: Don't own and never will.

"There you go little dude," Nino said as he lifted his daughter onto his shoulders. Anne Lahiffe looked at the head of the massive flower in awe and Marinette smiled. Raising the camera, Marinette took a photograph.

Anne curiously reached for the flower, her small hand open.

"That's it little dude," Nino said encouragingly. "You can touch it."

"Thanks for letting us come over," Marinette said and Alya shrugged.

"Sunshine wants to have a garden full by the time little ones come out," Alya said, rubbing her pregnant stomach. Marinette laughed.

"Adrien's looking forward to being a dad then?" Marinette asked and Alya laughed.

"Just a bit," she sighed. "I just want to give birth already. I swear, I'm practically a whale as it is and there's at least another month to go."

"I wonder if he'll be as keen when they both start howling at four in the morning," Marinette said and Alya groaned.

"Please don't," she said and Marinette laughed at the look on Alya's face. "It was bad enough with the twins when I was growing up. Now we have twins of our own on the way…"

"Nino was amazing," Marinette said as she gazed lovingly over at her husband. "He helped with the night feeds when I needed to be up early in the morning. And he adores Anne. Even when he's trying to change her nappy and she manages to pee on him. I'm sure Adrien will be fine."

"Yeah, I'm sure he will," Alya said as she leaned back in her chair and groaned. Marinette smiled as she looked over at her daughter and husband.

"Ninio and I used to have the same worries," she said, nodding over to where Nino and Adrien were playing with her daughter. "Don't worry about it. Nino's great and I'm sure Adrien will be too."

"Oh I know he will be," Alya said leaning back in her chair. "Still feel like a whale though."