While Emily was pregnant, I wasn't thinking about whether it would be a boy or a girl or what the baby was going to look like. I was however wondering if Sea Monkey (as Sam and Emily had named the baby bump) was going to like me.

When I got the invitation for Rosalie and Emmett's wedding, I didn't have in mind that Emily and Sam's baby would already born. I arrived at the ceremony and I sat next to Rebecca. It was nice to see my dear friend so lovely and beautiful; as she always is.

As the ceremony ended, I saw all my old friends that I haven't seen in such a long time. I was so happy to see them again and get the chance to talk to them, finding out what had been happening in their lives.

When the ceremony was finished, we all started saying hello to eachother. In the middle of our greetings, there came Emily. Carrying a small, tiny, little creature that was lying in her arms, sleeping quietly. The baby was such a cute little girl; her name was Ayasha.

I have seen a lot of baby's before, but this was the first time that I actually saw such a small baby; and she was the cutest baby I had every seen. She was this tiny, little wolfie, enjoying love and sleeping in her mother's arms.

Emily and Sam were watching her closely and you could see in their eyes, and across their faces, the sleepless nights and how tired they were. But they were full of love and protection for little Ayasha, and were never to tired for their little girl. I was impressed.

A warm feeling flooded my chest along with a saddness; when I saw Emily and how proud she was of her baby. I was wondering how my mother would have felt if she had of had the chance to hold and play with me. I couldn't stop the thoughts swirling through my mind; did I take that from her? Was it my fault that she didn't get a chance? There came those questions again. But I decided to push those question to the back of my mind and concentrate on sharing this moment with everybody else. The happines and love that filled the air, made it easy for me to push aside my sad thoughts, and let myself enjoy the time marvelling at this tiny little creature; that had her whole life in front of her.

She was so beautiful and cute that I felt relaxed and happy to be here in that moment. Unexpectedly she gave me some safety that I had never felt before. Ayasha was definetly something very special.

I thought of my aunt Huilen and hoped that she would meet her some day and be able to share these feeling with me.

I smiled as I continued to talk with my old friends.

This was my first encounter with little La Push baby Ayasha.

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Comment by Nahuel on January 7, 2010 at 11:31am
-laughs- Yeah Becca, I'm sure I'll have a lot of time to play with Ayasha too!

Well, yeah, my mother... I should get over it -smiles-
Comment by Nahuel on January 2, 2010 at 11:48am
-laughs- Ooh I think it would be sooo cool if she started to cry -winks-


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