Kane nodded, “My tour is over, I’m just going to have to work on new music in this time so good luck getting rid of me.” He kissed her and took a bite of his chicken pasta dish...but he had also ordered some shrimp that he didn’t like all too well. “Is the food agreeing with Baby?” He asked touching her belly. He didn’t care that people were taking pictures of them left and right
"We will talk about this and you're not paying for all of it," Savannah kissed his cheek softly. "I appreciate where you're coming from though. The stress level is perfectly fine."
it was a bad idea to go to someplace with seafood when pregnant. She was able to have the cheesy biscuits, but had to go for some chicken instead. All she wanted to do was go to the house before needing to go back to filming.
"So, I got the schedule. We'll be done filming for one part next month. We'll be resuming in February after the baby is born."
“We can build on a garage, I’m not worried about the garage. I’m worried about you and our baby and having a place to live and start our family.” He said sighing. “Let’s put in the offer that I can preapprove and talk about this later. I don’t want you getting stressed out and I think everyone is hungry.” He muttered kissing her cheek gently. “Are you alright?”
"No, Kane, this is our house and I do have the money to more than help. I want to pay for at least half..." Savannah answered stubbornly. This would be a major debate, she knew. "Besides, you might need that money for getting a bigger garage."
The older people were getting a kick out of the debate. This might be something they'd need to talk about in private.
Kane shook his head, “Let me pay...your doing all the hard work carrying Baby brown.” He muttered seriously. “I don’t want you having to spend your money.” He had more money than he could ever use and he wanted to make sure his family had everything they needed to have. “I can authorize on my phone so no need to go to the bank.” He said seriously looking to her.
"We can do it. I have money, too. In fact I have had some saved for years," Savannah beamed. They had a house. She wasn't surprised at the cost or the fact that Nana was able to get the asking price down by hundreds.
"Now I just need to go to the bank to authorise all those zeroes...and of course food," Savannah kissed him deeply. It was not exactly the way it worked but she wanted to try going half and half.
This was exciting.
“I think this is our house darlin’.” Kane said wrapping his arms around her waist gently. “I could see us raising our baby here...looking out over the river on a relaxing night. I love it.” He kissed her neck and said, “Let’s go talk to the realtor.” He smiled at her Nana and she said, “Are you buying it?” Kane chuckled, “I’m gonna try to buy it...make this our home.”
"Uh, thank you..." Savannah flushed. She was beginning to remember this place. "Didn't Rene own this house? I always remember the kitchen smelt like sweets. She did some good movies for a while before just working for the Charleston Historical Society."
"I miss her deeply still," Nana nodded.
Savannah kissed her cheek before they took in the house to the backyard. "It's big and old but not super big like Nana's. It's a perfect in between. What do you think...and that view."
Kane nodded, “Sure.” HIs mother wheeled Nana inside, there was a realtor inside preparing for an open house and Kane asked, “Do y’all mind if we look around?” The realtor shook her head smiling and noticed Savannah’s small bump, “I’m Ellen, and congratulations.” She said looking at her belly. Kane smiled, “I’m Kane and this is my fiancé Savannah.”he immediately loved this place.
"I'm going to need to go shopping. It seems every day that this stomach grows. I started to bump into things in my trailer," Savannah shook her head. It bothered her to have her stomach bigger.
Nana was happy to get out. On the ways she told stories before asking then to stop by the river. There was a red bricked building that was beautiful and for sale.
"My friend lived there for forty years...now it's for sale. Don't you remember going to a party here as a kid?" Nana asked.
"Kinda...want to check it out, Kane?" Savannah asked him curiously.
Kane nodded, “My treat...your Nana and my momma deserve something different and to get out of the house for awhile.” He kissed her gently. “Let’s let them know and I’ll call the place and reserve a table.” This would be her first real outing while showing...this could either go very well or very badly and Kane wasn’t sure what was going to happen but his momma and her nana would want to talk about the baby.
Savannah have the softest smile towards him. He was so in love with this baby already. She was barely adjusting. Sitting down on the bed she gave a happy sound. The room was huge with a sitting area and with a television.
"Yeah....and belly touching...why don't we take them to dinner? Nana loves this place in the riverfront," Savannah suggested. She was hungry and wanted something, she just didn't know what.
Kane nodded, “We can start looking for a place to rent or buy, it’s up to you where you want to live. My home will always be Georgia and Nashville but I will live anywhere with you and Nana will live to see her first great grandchild.” He touched the side of her bump lovingly. “I suppose your Nana and my mom want to talk about the baby with you a million times now.”
"Just some fluttering sometimes," Savannah said softly. She still wasn't that big and other than the obvious symptoms she still felt normal.
"Now, with this happening, you won't be staying in the carriage house but in here. There's plenty of room," Nana said before coughing. She looked like she was losing more weight.
Giving them both hugs she smiled before going upstairs. "Can we live here for a while? Not in the house but in Charleston. She raised me and now she's dying. I don't want to leave her."
Kane smiled hearing those words, “And I love you too darlin’.” He said kissing her lips gently and her Nana smiled, “So I get to see my great grandbaby and my granddaughters wedding...I can’t wait.” Kane smiled, “See I told you it wasn’t bad darlin’.” He knew she had been incredibly nervous to even come here and tell his mother and her Nana. “16 weeks...is Baby moving yet?” His mother asked her pointing to her small bump.
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