Today was the day. I was meeting Jaden’s parents. I woke up extra early to get ready, because I wanted to look perfect. I took a shower and brushed my teeth. I put on some black high waisted shorts, a newspaper printed bandeau, and a white tank top, with long arm holes. I was gonna wear it with my brown gladiator ankle boots. I plugged my curling iron into the outlet and waited for it to heat up. Jaden came up behind me and started kissing my neck. “Hello gorgeous,” he said. “Hey handsome,” I said turning around to kiss him. “Hurry up, they are waiting downstairs for you,” he said. I decided not to curl my hair, and just put it in a messy bun. We waked downstairs hand in hand. “Mom, dad, this is Aspyn,” Jaden said. “Hi, its nice to meet you,” I said shaking their hands. “So this is the famous Aspyn Jaden’s always talking about,” Jada said. “I guess so,” I said smiling. We sat down and they just asked me questions about myself, and how Jaden and I met, things like that. “Ok, let’s get down to business. No more beating around the bush. You two have been sleeping in the same room, yes?” Will asked. We both nodded. “As long as you don’t bring no grand-babies in here, we’re all good.” They said. “That hasn’t even come close to happening yet, guys, don’t worry,” we said reassuring them. I really liked his parents, and his sister. They were nice people. Later that night, when we were in bed, I turned to Jaden and tapped his chest. “Yeah, babe?” His eyes were still closed. “Where do you see us in 10 years?”I shred. He opened his eyes and looked at me. “Hmm…married…our own house…kids,” he said yawning, then taking my hand and kissing it. I smiled at the thought. Little Jadens and Aspyns running around our house, us getting married. It was a happy thought, and I hope that does happen someday.