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Tell Me You Love Me

Chapter Two

I slowly opened my eyes, after what felt like a short nap. I had realized that it was now morning, however, due to the fact that I was in the bunk alone, and I heard many voices coming from the front lounge, including Lilly’s. I listened carefully with my eyes closed, trying to decide if now was a good time to get up, or not.

“Lilly, honey, you have to eat breakfast. We don’t have Lucky Charms,” I heard Austin say. He sounded tired, and frustrated, but remaining calm.

“I want Lucky!” Lilly shouted back. Even though I couldn’t see them, I just knew that she had her lips pressed tight together, her eyebrows furrowed, and her little arms crossed across her chest. She was such a diva when it came to not getting what she wanted. Especially with Austin. That was so, due to the fact that he had spoiled her ever since she arrived in this world.

I heard Austin sigh loudly, then I heard footsteps coming toward the bunk area. I opened my eyes, just as the curtain swung open. “Lilly won’t eat because we don’t have Lucky Charms,” he simply said. I could tell that he hadn’t been up long. His hair was disheveled, and his voice was still slightly raspy. I nodded and slid out of the bunk, throwing my messy hair into a ponytail. I followed Austin back to the front lounge, where Lilly was sitting on Alan’s lap, eating some of the bread from the sandwich that he had made himself. He didn’t mind though. All the guys loved Lilly, as if she were their own daughter. They all spoiled her and gave her anything she asked for.

I walked over to them, turning Alan’s attention from the television, but not phasing Lilly away from the bread. “Hungry, baby?” I asked her.

“A little, but it’s because this little munchkin is eating my sandwich!” Alan exclaimed, sticking his tongue out and tickling Lilly’s stomach.

She giggled loudly, then hopped off his lap. She looked up at me, her brown eyes shining bright. “Yesh Mommy!” she said, slightly jumping. I put my hand on her back and gently led her to the cabinet, where I had some of her favorite snacks stored for days like this when she wanted to be stubborn. If I could get her to eat a snack, I’d get her something else to eat later. I handed her a snack sized Ziploc baggie full of crackers, and a Fruit Buddies applesauce. She happily took both, then ran over to Tino, who was sitting at the small table, playing on his computer. He picked her up and set her on his lap, then continued to work on his laptop.

I leaned against the counter, after I picked up a water bottle out of the mini refrigerator. Austin came over to me and put his arms around my waist, which was rare these days. He leaned down to my ear and said loud enough for only me to hear, so he didn’t bother anyone else, “I was thinking, we should take Lilly out today. Let’s take her somewhere fun, and have a family day.” He stood back straight and looked me in the eyes, a slight smile on his face. I nodded in agreement, smiling back at him. He nodded slightly and let go of me, before sitting at the table across from Lilly and Tino.

I thought that maybe having a family day would be good for us. Me, Austin, and Lilly. Alone. No band members. No crew members. No fans. No work. Just us, being a family.


“Are you excited, baby?” Austin asked our daughter, who was in his arms, her arms around his neck. She nodded frantically, with a big smile on her face. We decided to go to a children’s museum that wasn’t too far from the venue. It was only ten minutes, walking. We decided to walk, thinking that we would spend the time talking, however, that was not the case. Instead, we walked mostly in silence, unless Lilly said something about a bird she saw, or a homeless man she thought looked funny. We had arrived to the children’s museum, even though the trip there seemed like it was taking forever. We walked inside, and Austin set Lilly down on the ground while he paid for our admission. She already looked overwhelmed with joy. She could see all the activities to do, and they were just a few steps away. I grabbed her hand, knowing that she would get lost easily, considering she also has Austin’s attention span.

I looked down at her, then got down on my knees so I would be eye-level with her. “Lilly, baby, you have to stay with me and Daddy, okay? You can’t run off without us, because there are a lot of people here. It’s not like at Daddy’s shows where everyone knows you and will watch out for you. Okay? So, just stay with us,” I told her, knowing that what I was saying was going in one ear and out the other, because her eyes weren’t on me. They were wandering around, looking at what was worth looking at in the lobby. I stood back up, and Austin handed me a wristband. He knelt down and put Lilly’s green wristband on her, while I put mine on, then he grabbed her hand and started walking to the first fun-filled exhibit.


“Once upon a time,” Lilly started her story. We were in the children’s theater of the museum. We had spent a lot of time at the museum, so there weren’t many people there anymore. We were the only ones in the theater, so Lilly and Austin decided to put on a show for me. “There was a pretty, pretty princess, named Lilly!” Lilly exclaimed. The theater had been her favorite exhibit, and we had already been there three times before. We told her that she would play in there one more time before we had to leave. The theater was furnished with a stage and some stairs for seating. Backstage, there were many dress-up clothes and props to help the children perform their show. Of course, growing up with Austin Carlile as a father, Lilly was no stranger to a stage. She loved being on stage. Some nights, she would run onto the stage while Austin was performing and would dance with him or one of the other guys. As she got older, it started getting harder to keep her off stage. “One day, Princess Lilly was doing makeups, when a big mean dragon camed!” she shouted. Obviously that was Austin’s queue, because he came onto the stage, wearing a dragon costume. Of course, the costume was made for a three year old, so he had only put the hood on his head and let the actual costume hang down his back.

“Rawr!” Austin growled, holding his hands up like a monster would. “I’ve come for the princess!”
Lilly screamed and ran to the other side of the stage, but Austin started chasing her. They ran around the stage a few times, and then started running around the room. I couldn’t help but to laugh at them. Not so much because it was funny; the only funny part about it was that Austin was “wearing” a three year old’s costume. I was laughing mostly because it was so cute. The two people that I loved the most were genuinely happy. They had genuine smiles on their faces.

Finally, Austin caught Lilly, effortlessly, probably because he was getting tired and dizzy from running in small circles. He sat down on the stage, and held Lilly in his lap. Lilly just looked up at him, then fixed his costume, which was falling off his head. “I’ve come for the princess,” he calmly said. “I need a kiss from the prettiest princess!”

Lilly wiggled out of his grasp and said “Well, you have come to the right place! I am the prettiest!” I laughed slightly, and they continued with their show. She gently kissed his cheek, and he stood up, taking off the dragon costume, and quickly grabbing a plastic crown, before putting it on his head.

“Thank you, Lilly! You broke the curse!” he said happily, picking up his little princess and kissing her cheek.

“Are you da prince?!” Lilly asked, and that’s when I realized that their play was completely improv.

Austin shook his head, and set her down onto the ground. “I’m the king!” he said, triumphantly. She looked up at him with her big, brown eyes, and Austin said, in a low, raspy voice, “Lilly, I am your father.” I laughed at his Star Wars reference that Lilly didn’t understand. He looked at me when he heard my laugh, and said “And this is the queen!” Austin walked off stage and grabbed my hand, pulling me up and onto the stage. “This is the beautiful queen, and she’s your mother. Thank you for breaking the curse, Princess Lilly. Now we can be a family again,” he said, his voice getting softer and softer with each word that left his mouth. By the last sentence, he was barely audible, but he was looking me straight in the eyes. He put his arms around my waist, closed his eyes, and kissed me. Really kissed me. I instantly kissed back, and it felt like we were young and in love again.

We pulled away when we heard Lilly say, “Ew! Stop!” she pried her small body between us, pushing us away from each other.

“And the family lived happily ever after,” I said, looking at Austin, with a smile plastered onto my lips.


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The need for an update is strong in this one #star wars but seriously please update

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The need for an update is strong in this one #star wars but seriously please update

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I really love this! Hope you get to update soon!

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AW this was such a nice start please carry on??!

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