One night, the Fababies can’t sleep, neither can their mothers. Quinn tries to read for them but it’s a chaos because Noah wants a story about cowboys and little Pearl wants -once again- Quinn to relate “The princess and the frog.”
But, suddenly Rachel has a much better idea.
As a wedding gift, Quinn gave Rachel a clock to travel in time to re-live their best memories every time she wanted to. The brunette knew that the best story they could tell to their children was the story of how their mommies fell madly in love, and even better, they could show them all what happened.
“Noah, what was your favorite part, baby?” Quinn asked as she covered her 8 year old son with his dinosaurs blanket.
“When mama was using to much green makeup on the stage” he giggled “reminded me of Hunter”
At his Rachel, who was covering little Pearl with a princess blanket, turned to her son “Noah James Fabray-Berry! Are you saying your mother looked like a frog on her first big night?”
The three of them laughed at her. “I don’t find it funny at all” the brunette mother complained childishly and kissed her daughter’s forehead.
“And you, princess, what was your favorite part?” Quinn said sitting on the rocking chair with her wife sit on her lap, ignoring the complains.
“The wedding was sooo romantic” said the little one and the moms laughed “and what was your favorite part” she asked.
“I don’t have a favorite part, this is my favorite story of all stories ever written” Rachel stated and Quinn kissed her agreeing, by the time they looked at the kids again, they were deeply resting.
“Such a blessing.” Quinn sighed in relief