Two Worlds (Modern AU) Jun 16, 2012 16:37:40 GMT -5
Post by Caitrin de Archer on Jun 16, 2012 16:37:40 GMT -5
One of the more amusing parts of the prospect of her labour was wondering what Griff’s reaction would be. He would probably be panicking just as much as her, and he would want to be as far away from the delivery room as possible. She grinned to herself, she wanted him to be there, mainly as a way to see what he had caused, and what she was going to go through. She wanted a natural birth of course as well, and she would only let them give her the drugs she really needed. “In truth, he’ll probably panic more than me.”She stifled a chuckle, as she didn’t want to appear disrespectful in such a situation, so instead she settled with a small smile at Nora. She had to agree with the woman as well, as Caitrin did love the idea of waiting to see what you were having, rather than ruin the surprise. She had the scans to check that the babies were healthy and nothing more, she wanted to get to know her children when they were in her arms. Until then she just did what she could to protect them.
Caitrin was glad that her words hadn’t been too cliché, as they had really had the potential to be, even though every syllable of them were true. Ever since she had been a little girl, it had been the only career which had made sense to her, throughout school that ambition had never changed, even after she had been sent to live with her Uncle. He was a little apprehensive of her choice at first, but he had eventually warmed to the idea, and had supported her throughout University. “Thank you.” She said softly, as she couldn’t think of much else to say. She didn’t want anyone else to suffer as she had, and she wanted to help those unfortunates who did. One day she hoped to work in a children’s hospital one day, but that was another dream for another day.
It sounded like a fantastic career path, for what Caitrin had already seen of Nora she was a gentle person, and would work well with that age group. “That sounds like a wonderful job.” For those who were well able to cope with young children a career in that area was always well suited. Caitrin then thought that she should check on Nora’s father, so she took up her clipboard and took his blood pressure, and some other readings that she would submit the results to her superiors later. “If you want to ask me anything, or just see me for anything then I’ll be out by reception.” She explained, and took her leave, as she did not want to overstay her welcome, “It was nice to meet you Nora.”