Silas looked happily at his sleeping children, the girls shared a room and so did the boys. The rooms were right next to each other and when the girls got scared the’d sometimes go to the boys room. Or they’d all come to Silas and Charlie’s room, especially if it was storming. Right now they were in their seperate rooms but they weren’t in seperate beds. Silas first walked into Valerie and Zoey’s room; Valerie was the oldest at eight years old and Zoey was the youngest being only four. Sials tiptoed over to the sleeping girls and sat carefully on the bed, he moved a piece of hair off of Val’s face and kissed her forehead, “Valerie, honey, time to wake up,” he whispered soothingly and smiled as she stirred around a bit before waking up, “Hi, daddy,” she said in a tired voice, “Good morning sweetheart, why don’t you go take a bath or shower so we can go to the park with Uncle Finn and his kids, does that sound fun?” He asked her quietly and she nodded in response before she got up and trotted to the bathroom. After she was in the shower, Silas gently shook Zoey awake and kissed her on the cheek, “Do you want to help me wake your brothers?” Silas looked at her and she giggled before saying yes. The two of them walked over to the boys room and woke them up. Aiden was the seven and Derek was six but he would be seven soon. As soon as Valerie was out of the shower, Silas helped Zoey in the bath and then let Aiden and Derek take theirs while he got the girls dressed. He dressed Valerie in a pair of jeggings for little girls and a pink with white polka-dots tunic top. He let her wear her favorite white flats and sent her to eat breakfast. Zoey was wearing a purple dress and black flats that she insisted on helping him pick out. Next was the boys which was a lot more simple because they just wanted to wear jeans and a t-shirt or a polo. After the kids were ready and had their breakfast ate, they said by to Charlie to go meet Finn at Central Park to play for a bit. Getting them in their booster seats was a little difficult at first but he managed. Car rides were never easy, someone’s hair was either being pulled or someone had to pee, but thankfully it wasn’t a lonf trip from their home to Central Park and they got there without much hassle. Silas arrived fifteen minutes later and texted Finn to ask where they were going to meet before he got the kids out.