Debra grinned and shook her head. "I guess maybe a little," she agreed. "Never thought twice when I met you two though. And you have beautiful kids," she said reaching out toruffle Richie's hair.
Alice frowned. "I asked your dad but he said it was up to Vi as he can't since anymore," she said. "So I figured you could ask her. If you don't want to its fine," she said to him.
"Did you know, Seth, that before I disappeared off the face off the of the earth with Dave and the kids that your mom swore that you two would end up together? I used to think she and Clover were concocting something."
Debra sighed. "Yeah. I hope so. There really is no going back," she advised him. "Not for her at least."
Alice huffed. "You know I'm right here right mum? Is Clover and Max coming?"
Debra shrugged. "Don't know," she said.
"Is nan upset?"
"Your nan is always upset," Debra pointed out.
"My mother is no always upset," David countered.
"She has an amazing resting bitch face," Alice responded.
"My mother is coarse but at least she allows me to call her mother," David said as a jab to Debra.
"Eh. Your mother lets you call her mum and I get to smoke weed and call my parents by their first names. I think it's a fair trade off. Max and Clover were always amazing parents. I mean they did make me," she reminded him.
"And aren't I happy for that?" he said. "Your daughter on the other hand...." David looked to them.
"Now she's just my daughter, not our daughter or your daughter?" Debra rolled her eyes. "Typical right Vi? When everything is perect they are your husband's kids. When everything goes wrong they are yours," she laughed with Violet.
"Right now I'm thinking about disowning all of my kids," Violet said.