- Job approved on page 1, post number °15.
The elder Omaras had caught up to William being the culprit that had signed he man up for a romantic valentines day job, it wasn't exactly hard. The one year olds giggling wasn't exactly the best poker face, but at that point the doctor had already been signed up. There was no point in fighting against it now, no matter how embarrassed he may have felt about the whole thing. This was how he ended up standing outside of a chapel in rose garden. It seemed like the company had already hired guests to try things out in the 'wedding' as well. Even if this was just a temporary job marriage, it still left Harakas heart beating fast. He wasn't exactly waiting for a stranger though! Then again if it had been a stranger than he definitely would have canceled the job in the first place. There had to be a way to calm down. Deep breath, take a calming deep breath. That didn't work! Take another, that's right, let the cool feelings wash over. Now, he should probably have some talk with the tiny one year old now. This was a flashy area full of flashy people into celebrations and shopping. Dressing in uniform for once made him stand out. How weird was it to have dressing plainly be the reason why one stands out among a large amount of people? It was probably best not to think about it. In any case... "William, do you have something to say for what you did?" The tiny boys big eyes looked up before a smile graving their mouth. "I want two daddies." If there was a way to find himself upset at his son after being so adorable, he couldn't find it.
Why did he have to be so adorable and sweet? It was natures way of tricking you into forgiving them when kids broke rules or did wrong. The father leaned down towards the tiny little trouble maker before fondly petting them on the head. "Next time please let your daddy and Perry decide things like this, okay?" He didn't move from the semi crouched position until the one year old nodded their head. This was hopefully the last time his son did anything like this. It was adorable and sweet, but still not okay. They were only a year old and this wasn't anything harmful though so this was as close to a scolding as the boy was going to get from their father. With that over with, he stood back up then started straightening his back a bit. This was sort of like a job and a date combined wasn't it? It was certainly hard to remain level headed when thinking that way.