Hi Kiddo P. II

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I wiped my damp palms to my jeans. Should I tell her? Hell, I'm not even sure I'm really her dad. "Sam?" She quietly murmured.

"Oh, sorry. Uh, do you have any idea what happened to your mom?" I asked while changing the subject.

"We got into a car crash. Mommy is getting better in the hospital. I only have this scratch." She rolled up her sleeve and pointed to the huge mark on her arm. Holy shit.

"Oh..." I tried to not swear. "darn."

"Is your mommy okay?"

"Yeah, she will sleep in the hospital." She sadly smiled while rolling her sleeve down again.

Our food arrived and she immediatly ate, just like me. "So you need to sleep at my house?"
She nodded while eating her pancakes.

"I'm sorry if you don't want to..." She quietly said. In some kind of way, it broke my heart.

"No, no! You're welcome to stay at my house. It's just very dirty." I said while scrunching my nose. She giggled and smiled.

"Okay." She simply answered. We finished our food and headed back to the hospital, just to check up on Y/N.

No one at the hospital told me what happened to her, why in the hell didn't they say anything?

Once we arrived at the hospital, Savannah grabbed my hand. She was nervous to see her mom again. I slightly squeezed her hand, gesturing that she would be okay.

We got into her room and saw her eating like she was the most normal person on earth. I smiled when seeing her again.

God, I missed her.

Savannah ran over to her as Y/N started smiling like crazy. She looked happy, really happy when she was with her.

I wish I could've been her when she was raising her.

Savannah pointed at me and Y/N looked confused. I walked over there and said hi.

"Sam, hey." She said while trying to smile.

"Hey, are you okay?"

"Yeah, just some broken ribs, but I'll be fine. Sav, can you ask the nurse to get mommy something to drink?"

"Sure! Coffee, mommy?"

"You know it." She winked and Savannah left.

"I'm so sorry to surprise you like this. But-"

"She is really mine, isn't she?" I interrupted her.

She bit her lip and slowly nodded. "Please don't be angry, or whatever. She just needs someone right now. And I'll get out by next week."

"I won't. She's a cutie." I smiled while sitting on the chair next to her. "She can stay how long she wants. Depending on how you feel, though."

"Thank you." She friendly smiled at me.

"Anytime." I looked at her as she ate her food. "Why didn't you tell me about her?"

"I didn't want to bother you. I mean, you were the one who broke up with me. So I wasn't assuming you'd love to hear that you have a daughter." She sadly smiled.

"Thank you for thinking about my feelings, but don't ever do that again. Savannah is like a ball of joy. I would always want her." I thought about her face.

She looked exactly like me with a hint of Y/N. "She's my daughter. I'll do anything for her."

She nodded and smiled. "You took this way better than I expected."

I chuckled. "Well yeah, I changed a lot."

"You look good, put together." Y/N chuckled. "I missed you." In some kind of way, that made me feel really good.

"I missed you too."

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