You watched as the sun had finally set behind the mountains, already tired from its day of restlessness. You sighed quietly, seeing your own breath as it had quickly gotten colder. You jumped when you felt a pair of warm arms wrap around you, their fingers softly caressing your swollen stomach. You could smell the oh so familiar scent of the nature and grass that you had gotten used to.
"Let's go back inside now, we wouldn't want you two to catch a cold."
You heard him say, his voice was filled with worry.
You leaned you head against his chest, looking up at the twinkling stars above.
"Just a few more minutes Dylan..."
You heard him chuckle before silence, and the chirping of the bugs could be heard. You could feel his hands gently rubbing your stomach, it felt soft and put no weight upon it. You felt as if you were like a fragile piece of glass that could shatter at any moment.
You then slowly rose, with the aid of Dylan of course. As you both walked back into the house, you could feel Dylan's hands tangling within your (h/c) hair. He brought you close, inhaling your scent once more before you two proceeded to bed.
You laid down, in the dark room. Your gentle breathing was heard as your beloved was propped up on his one elbow, his green eyes scanning your sleeping form. He softly smiled wondering, how lucky he was to have someone so special like you.