Callie is an angel. Astrid is goddess of snakes and death. Astrid favors me and Callie favors Audrey. It's better that way.

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Callie + Astrid

Don't get me wrong - I love both of them equally, but we can take care of them better by having the ones we're most like favor us more. I always wanted a daughter like Astrid. A mini me, per-say. I'm glad Callie has her mom. They're both extremely innocent.

I work in an underground bar. Humans are not allowed in unless they're persistent with a death wish. Humans don't make it out alive.

It's nice to come home to my family. I need some positive energy instead of low vibrations 24/7.

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"How do you like it?," Audrey asked, waving her newly blonde hair around. "Eh. I like your natural color better," I said. I'm not one for lies. Or sugarcoating.

I could tell that hurt her feelings. "I love you. It doesn't matter what hair color you have. I'm simply stating my opinion," I said, stepping closer to her. Katherine probably convinced her to dye her hair. She's sneaky. My least favorite sister. Audrey looked into my eyes. I felt it in my soul. The reason I was so drawn to her the first time we met. She was drunk and dancing on a table in my bar. Then she fell into my arms. Literally. And she looked at me and I felt it. She saw all of me. It didn't take long for me to fall in love with her. I'm amazed she still loves me.

I held her face in my hands and kissed her passionately. "My love," I said softly. She smiled and looked down. "I'm taking you out tonight. Oona and Rosie are going to watch the twins," I said, taking her hand and twirling her. Her face lit up when she laid her eyes on me again. "We both need a break and some alone time," I stated. "We do," she agreed. "Get ready. Wear that black dress and those heels I like," I said with a smirk. "It's going to be a good night," she replied. "A great night," I corrected her.