Max glanced up from the chess game. "You have to teach her, Lisa. You can't just expect her to do it right away."
"Roll over, Sakey! Sakey! Roll over," Lisa repeated.
"No, that's not going to get old at all," Alice joked from the couch where she was re-reading her pregnancy book on the human body. "Oh listen to this, Max. It says here..."
Max covered his ears. "I don't want to hear it! I'm still disgusted from your last little tidbit you told me!"
Alice just laughed. "And they say men are the stronger sex!" she teased.
Max and Alice walked over behind her and told her how well she was doing.
"Omph.." Alice grabbed her belly. "The baby just kicked me!"
Max rubbed her belly and then looked up at Alice. "I feel it!" Then, speaking to her belly, he said, "Hello baby. We can't wait to see you!"
"But, Dad. It's raining outside!"
Max waved off her concerns. "It's just a sprinkle. Besides, it won't rain all day! I bet by the time we get to the park, the clouds will all be gone! I'm really excited about spending a Daddy-Daughter day together!"
Lisa ran to go get ready and Max walked outside to grab the mail before they went.
Lisa rolled her eyes. "Daaaad," she complained. "You're embarrassing me! Can't you go sit with the other dads?" Lisa walked away to play a game with a few girls.
Max just pointed over to the grilling station. "Sure. That's fine. I'll just be over there." Sighing, he took a seat next to another guy.
The guy looked at him knowingly and said, "So you've been sent to the adult section, too, huh?"
Max nodded. "Sucks."