Caden could feel her heart beat again his chest in the kiss. He loved when he felt her heart beat. It showed him that he had an impact on her. He had that special ability to get her heart rate at 100 miles per hour.That meant the world to him. She could do the same to him. 5 time as much. She drove him crazy. In a good way, of course. She put him in a daze, just by whispering to him. Or smiling. Or throwing her arms around his neck. Just little simple things, drove him wild. She was the best thing that had ever happened to him. And without her, he wouldn’t be here today. He wouldn’t be alive. Tristan changed him. She changed him into a better person. But the most important thing was: She stayed through out it all. Caden smirked against her lips and chuckled a little once she asked him about a record deal. Tristan always told him he had an amazing voice. And that one day, he could actually be famous because of it. But Caden didn’t want that at all. He didn’t want to sing to other people. He just wanted to sing to Tristan. His biggest fan.
“Nahhh, for now I’m good with just you as my audience.” Caden said with a tiny smile, looking into her eyes then losing his breath once she pulled him back into a kiss. She still took his breath away. Ever since day one. It was…perfect. Amazing. She was. Caden stared into her eyes, leaning his head onto the side of the pillow and pushing some of her hair behind her ear. He could remember the day, back in West Park, when Tristan wrote him a song. He never had anyone write him a song before. Ever. Know one cared for Caden that much as to write a song for him. But Tristan did. It felt almost too good to be true. And she had an amazing voice. It was perfect. It made him weak to his knees. Sometimes he could hear her sing the song she wrote him in the shower, and he’d just stand by the door and listen to it. He loved hearing her sing, or just talk. “Can you sing to me now?” Caden asked her with the same soft smile, reaching for her hand and lacing it into his. Caden averted his eyes down to her ring finger, looking at her wedding ring. He could remember buying it for her a couple of weeks after their wedding. And watching her cry happy tears because she loved it so much. “Pretty please?” Caden asked her again, making his famous Puppy Dog face for her and holding onto her hand tighter. She always fell for that. Always.
Tristan bit her lip as she kept her head on his chest, listening to his heart beat. What if it wasn’t like this? What if somehow her and Caden split up in the past five years? Well, that was simple. There wouldn’t really be a future for her if that happened. She licked her lips and let her hands run up and down his back. She smiled as he said that he was good with just her as his audience. He honestly had no idea how that made her feel. How happy she got inside knowing that she was all he ever wanted. That feeling was just so… special. Tristan licked her lips and pulled him closer to her, as if that were even possible. She kept her eyes locked on his, looking straight into them. She wished that she knew what he was thinking. She just… wanted to know. What was he thinking about… right now. She bit her lip at the thought and kept her eyes on his as he spoke up. She raised her eyebrows when she hear his question. “No, no, no, no, no.” Tristan said, shaking her head. She didn’t sing much. That once song, five years ago. That was all. Other than that, she only sang in the shower. She licked her lips and giggled, shaking her head, “No, i don’t sing.” She said, biting her lip gently and giggling a little bit more. She swallowed as he said pretty please and let a puppy dog pouting face form. She shook her head gently and sighed. “But-” She started before stopping herself. With that face there was no way she could win this argument.
“I’m gonna kill you.” Tristan mumbled, pressing her head into his neck. He knew what song she was going to sing. The one she wrote five years ago. She had a dream about it, that’s why she wrote it. It was like all her feelings put into one song, and it turned out somewhat alright. She bit her lip and swallowed before singing. “I know, that my love for you is real. It’s something true, that we do. Just something natural that I feel. When you walk in the room when you’re near, i feel my heart skip a beat the whole world disappears.” She brought her head out from his neck, continuing to sing as she let her eyes meet his. “And there’s just you and me, falling head over feet, let’s take a chance… Together. I know, I know, I know, I know we’re gonna make it, cause no one else can make me feel the way that you do.” She let her hand, rush through his hair as she kept her eyes on his. “I promise you. I know, I know, I know, I know, we’re gonna get there. Today tomorrow and forever we will stay true.” She sang, bringing her fingers over to his chin and moving his face a little closer before singing the next couple words, “I promise you.” She pressed their lips together and smiled into the kiss, wrapping her arms around him once more before pulling away slightly. “I love you.” She said with a smile, and shook her head before he could speak up. “More”.
Caden chuckled once he heard what she said about Amber. Caden thought the same. But he wouldn’t have let Amber lay a finger on Tristan. Instead, he just let her punch him in the mouth once to get her anger out. Caden chuckled more at the memory, speaking up again. “Remember when I came back to your dorm with a bloody lip?” Caden said with a small chuckle, looking down then back up into her eyes. This moment was so perfect. Them just going down memory lane. The good memories though. The memories that led them up to this moment. The ones that causes them to fall even more in love then they already were, if that was possible. Caden felt his heart flutter once she said she’d go back and do it all over again too. It was true. He would. He’d fall in love with her all over again, and enjoy every minute of it. From the good to the bad. They all still led up to this moment, right here, right now. Caden held her closer to him, smiling to himself as her finger tips began to glide down his back. He loved her touch. It sent his blood racing through his veins. His heart pounding against his chest. Just because of what she did to him. She made him so weak, without even trying. Caden looked straight into her eyes as she spoke up, smiling at her words. She wanted her to sing to him. He loved singing to her. He specially loved singing her his song that he wrote for her when they were in West Park. When he decided to mess around in the music room, and he ended up writing a whole song for her. Caden smiled, nodding and pulling her closer to him.
Caden rested his head on her shoulder, rushing his hand up and down the side of her body as he took in another breath. She knew what he was going to sing: He knew she did. “Let me tell you a story, about a girl and a boy. He fell in love with his best friend, when she’s around he feels nothing but joy.” He could remember thinking of every little lyric for this song. How it just came to his head. And described everything from the start of their relationship, to now. “But she was already broken, and it made her blind that she could never believe that love would ever treat her right. Did you know that I love you? Or were you not aware?” Caden turned her chin towards him, so that he could see straight into her eyes for the next verse. “You’re the smile on face. And I ain’t going no where. I’m here to make you happy. I’m here to see you smile. I’ve been wanting to tell you this for a long while.” Caden reached for one of her hands, lacing it into his and letting them tangle together. “Who’s gonna make you fall in love? I know you got your wall wrapped all the way around your heart. Don’t have to be scared, oh my love..but you can’t fly unless yourself, you can’t fly unless you let yourself..” Caden smiled softly, keeping his eyes focused on hers. No one could ever give him this feeling. This same feeling. For five years straight. Tristan was the only one who had the ability to drive him completely insane…only her. Caden pressed his lips to hers lightly, letting his lips move slowly and passionately into hers. A surprise kiss. Just how they both liked it. Caden broke the kiss, pressing his forehead back to hers and whispering against her lips. “Fall.”
Tristan giggled a little and nodded when he mentioned when he had showed up at her room with a bloody lip. She felt so bad that night, she felt like it was all her fault… Which I mean, it was. Literally. But it was alright. Because it was one of those faults that she wouldn’t take back for the world. She bit her lip as she kept her arms around him, continuing to run her fingers up and down his back, keeping him as close to her as she could. She bit her lip as he agreed to sing to her. She loved it when he sang to her. Just her. His voice running through her ears. The fact that he could probably be a millionaire by now with his singing amazed her more than anything, but the fact that he only wanted to sing to her made her heart skip a beat. He was perfect. Completely perfect. Tristan smiled as she looked at him, she knew exactly what he was going to sing. Her favorite song in the whole world. Her song. She smiled and closed her eyes as he rested his head on her shoulder, beginning to sing. She closed her eyes and bit her lip, letting his voice fill the air, taking in every single word. Of course she already knew every word by heart.
Tristan bit her licked her lips as his hand pressed against her chin, turning her to look at him for the next line. You’re the smile on my face, and I aint going know where. That was her favorite line. It just made her… happy. She blushed a little bit and giggled, keeping her eyes on his. She kept her gaze on him as he continued to sing, she licked her lips mouthing every word to the song with him. She smiled as he interrupted the song by placing a kiss on her lips. She loved those. The ones she wasn’t expecting. She smiled into the kiss before he pulled away, whispering the last word on her lips. She could feel her heart beating faster and goosebumps form up her spine. She smiled and let her eyes flutter open, looking into his as his forehead pressed against his. “So Fade… When are you going to get a record deal?” She asked in a husky whisper against his lips before pressing another quick kiss against his lips, pulling away and keeping her eyes on his. Everything about him was just so perfect to her. She didn’t understand how she got him, or why he stuck with her for five years. Even when he had to take the kids somewhere when Tatum got out, or had to wrap his arms around her during her panic attacks. He always stayed. Always.
Caden loved the feel of her against him. Close to him. Underneath the sheets of their bed. Just kissing each other. Holding each other. Feeling each other’s chests rise against each others. Her eye lashes fluttered against his cheek every now and then. And her rises gliding all across his skin. They were both still a little wet from the lake, but he didn’t care. He didn’t feel cold anymore. With Tristan against him, he felt warm and protected again. She made him feel whole. No matter what. Caden kept his lips against her neck, tracing patterns into it with his lips and peeking his eyes up at her as she began to speak. I still remember what you were wearing…Caden smiled against her neck, automatically knowing what she was talking about. She didn’t even have to tell him what she was referring to. She was talking about their first night together. On the roof top. The night they both fell for each other. Caden chuckled a little once she referred to them as incredibly stupid. It was true. But, they were kids. Madly In love. Nothing else mattered but each other at the time. And just like Tristan, he adored every minute of it. Caden rested his head on her shoulder, lacing her hair into his finger tips and fiddling with it. “I still remember your first words. And what you sounded like. I still remember the exact smile you had on your face, and the same twinkle in your eye. You were holding that radio, and you were stuffed into a jacket. Your face was sort of red because it was cold outside, and your lips were pale too.” Caden said with a soft smile on his face, looking up at her and keeping his head nestled on her shoulder.
“You looked perfect. You were all I wanted.” Caden whispered to her, swallowing once. “And you still are.” Caden followed up with, biting down on his lip and keeping his eyes on her. He could still see that 17 year old girl. He could even remember the first time he met Tatum. When he decided to pop up at Tristan’s dorm, and he opened up the door to a bratty diva who thought she ruled the world. He could remember thinking that Tatum wasn’t a big deal. That she wouldn’t effect their lives as much..but she did. it’d been a couple of years since Tatum came out. But it still worried him that maybe one day she could come out, maybe while Caden wasn’t even home. Caden shook the thought out, placing her hair back on her shoulder and raising his head. Caden pressed his forehead to Tristans’, looking into her eyes and whispering to her again. “I remember our first kiss too.” Caden let a small smile come onto his face as the images began to flutter back into his head. “You were crying, a lot. You still looked beautiful even when you were crying. I scooped you up in my arms and just kissed you. i was pretty scared you were gonna slap me or something, but you didn’t.” Caden chuckled a little after his words, staring into her eyes and connecting his lips with hers before she had a chance to speak up. All those memories. They’d stuck with him for so long. The good and the bad. But he treasured all of them. “I’d go back and do it all over again if I had to.” Caden whispered into the kiss.
Tristan swallowed as he began to speak up, drowning in his words. He made everything so perfect… So incredibly perfect. With every word he said and every move he made, it just made everything so much better. She blushed at his words and bit her lip as he kept his face buried in her neck. All of his words sent sparks through out her body. She remembered every little thing about their relationship. She remembered when Caden almost jumped off the building… but she was right there next to him. That’s how it always was. They were right there next to each other, supporting each other with everything they had. She swallowed as he said that she was all he ever wanted. Those words meant the world to her. She remembered the first few months of their relationship and all the fear that was built up in her. She never felt like she was all he wanted, she never felt good enough for him. She cried herself to sleep tons of times in fear that Kylie would waltz back into his life and she would be alone with Jaden. But that never happened. She really was all Caden wanted. No matter how much she used to not believe it. No matter how much she denied ever being good enough for him. Here they were. Raising a family.
Tristan bit her lip as he mentioned their first kiss. It was… perfect. In the most crazy kind of way. She was so upset that night. Heartbroken, but not fully. It was like Cadens kiss had mended her heart back together, making that moment perfect, just like he always did. Tristan bit her lip, running her fingers up and down his back more before bringing one hand up to his hair. “I thought for sure Amber was going to give me two black eyes and break one of my bones.” Tristan said, laughing a little bit. She swallowed as she heard his next words. I’d go back and do it all over again if I had to. Tristan smiled a little bit and nodded slightly. “Me too.” She whispered with a smile. Everything about this night was perfect. Everything about this day was perfect. They finally got their house. Their kids were happy. They were happy. And now all that was left, was the rest of their lives. “Caden…” Tristan whispered. “Can you sing to me?” She asked, looking him directly in his big brown eyes, biting her lip. She hadn’t asked Caden to sing to her in what felt like forever. At least a year. She bit her lip, waiting for him to speak up.
Caden licked his upper lip as Tristan tossed her towel onto the floor, his body instantly covering her up. This was like the things that people did in those cheesy romantic movies. The movies that Tristan always made him watch with her. They’d only seen the Notebook about 200 times. What they had was too good to be true. It was unreal. He never imagined for him to end up like this. After Kylie, he didn’t expect much anymore. He only expected to die. To die so he could finally be happy again. Because he was nothing without Kylie. But Tristan..She opened his eyes. She showed him a whole other world. She loved his flaws. She stayed with him. She really loved him.And he really loved her. Just as much. More than anything in the world. Caden smiled a little once she said hey to him, his arms locking tighter around him. Caden listened closely as she began to whisper to him, smirking at her words and rushing his hands up and down the sides of her body. “Your wish is my command.” He whispered to her, pulling the covers over them both-and tossing his towel onto the floor with hers. “Better now?” Caden asked her in a whisper, smiling softly and leaning his head back once she buried her face in his neck.
Caden let his hands trial to her lower back, making small circles into it with his finger tips as he did so. Her skin was still so soft against his skin. So soft and perfect. Everything about her was perfect. Her body was perfect. Her face was perfect. Her hair was perfect. She was perfect. Caden could feel her voice vibrating against his chest as she spoke up again, his heart picking up it’s pace at her words. “You are? Good.” Caden whispered, pressing his lips to the top of her head. “I was worried you weren’t.” Caden said between a soft chuckle, bringing his face down to meet hers and connecting his lips to hers for a quick second. Caden let his lips trail back down her jawline again, making his way down her neck until he reached her shoulder. “I’m even more in love with you.” Caden whispered against her skin. Caden let one of his hands begin to explore her body once again, shivering at her touch as he stopped it at her hip. “More than I should be.” Caden said in the same whispered tone, making his way back up to her neck and caressing it with his lips. He loved having her this close to him. And closer. He liked her as close as possible. Whether it was like this or just squeezed in his arms. He wanted her all to himself. She was all his. That’s how it had been since day one. And that’s how it will always be.
Tristan giggled a little bit as he spoke, then shook her head when he said that he loved her more. Their I love you more fights would never end. They would just keep going, and going. Because both Caden and Tristan were too stubborn to give in. And if they did, then they knew that something was wrong. That’s just how they were. They were both stubborn, but they were perfect for each other. Tristan smiled at him and bit her lip as he pressed his lips to her neck. She smiled a little as he did so and tilted her head to the side a bit, letting him have more room for his head. She loved moments like this. The moments where it was just them two in the world. Nothing was too hot, or too passionate. Nothing was too playful, nothing was too serious. It was just… them. Being themselves. That’s how it was supposed to be. She bit her lip and swallowed as she tightened her arms around him, tracing circles in his back as she did so. It was amazing how far they had come since her first day at West Park. Since the very first time she had seen Caden in person. Knowing that he had a girlfriend, but wanting him all to herself. She remembered every feeling that went through her those couple of weeks. The feelings she got when she was around Liam, that weren’t even close to the ones she got around Caden.
That’s when she knew her feelings with Caden were real. When Liam came in. Without that one tiny heartbreak, she wouldn’t have found true love. It’s silly how life works like that. Tristan bit her lip and smiled at all the memories flooding through her mind. Filling her with happiness. She wouldn’t take back any of it. Of course maybe some of the stupid fights and awful break ups they went through. But then again, that’s just how life is. She smiled a little and looked back down at him. “I still remember what you were wearing.” Tristan said giggling a bit. “Five years ago. That night on the rooftop”. She smiled a little at the thought. She loved these random flashbacks. “We were so young.” She whispered, running her fingers up and down his back as she spoke. “So… Incredibly stupid.” She said, laughing a little bit. They were, but she wouldn’t take any of that stupidity back for anything. She smiled as she licked her lips, tangling her legs in his and tightening her arms around him. “But I loved it.” She said, biting her lip and looking up at the ceiling. Caden probably got tired of these random trips down memory lane. But Tristan never did. They made her happy, so happy.
Caden could feel her body becoming weak in his arms. Her grip was growing tighter on him around his neck and his hips. This moment was so perfect, as was everything with Tristan. She always made these moments more perfect than they should be. Ever since day one. When they were screaming mac miller lyrics on the roof top of the Asylum. Anybody would think of that moment as just two teenagers, hanging out. But Caden thought of it totally different. He thought of it as the time when he first fell for Tristan. When she first became his whole life. And how after that night, when he got back to his dorm, She was all he could think about. She stayed in his head and never left. He risked so much for her, he went through so much for her. Just to have her as his..and it was all worth it. Now she was his wife. And the mother of his two children. He got the best thing in the world: Love. Caden smirked a little against her neck once he felt her head tip back a little more. He loved when she gave him more room for her neck. Just another one of the many things that he adored about Tristan. Caden felt his heart begin to pound against his chest once she agreed to go back inside with him. just simple words like that drove him insane. That’s just how it was. “Let’s go then.” Caden whispered to her, keeping her in his arms as he began to make his way out of the lake. Caden chuckled a little to himself as he felt rain drops begin to fall onto his back, looking up at the sky. It was perfect timing. Almost too perfect. As if they were in a movie or something. Caden laughed quietly under his breath once he heard Tristan’s words.
“It’s destiny.” Caden said with a quick wink, chuckling a little more as he finally got them out of the water. Caden placed Tristan back on her feet, reaching for one of the towels and draping it around Tristan’s shoulders. The towels were already beginning to grow soaked, and if they stayed out here in any longer-everything would be soaked. Caden quickly grabbed the other towel, wrapping it around his waist and grabbing their clothes. “Come on come on.” Caden said quickly as he slipped his hand into hers, rushing with her back into the house. Once they got through the front door, Caden tossing their clothes onto the floor-picking Tristan back up in bridal style. Caden pecked her lips once more before heading back up the stair case and tip toeing once again past the kids rooms. He could hear Jaden’s tiny snoring coming from his door. It was too adorable. Caden pushed open their door once they reached it, once again, tossing Tristan back onto the bed in her towel. All he wanted to do right now was hold Tristan in his arms. Warm her back up. And just..be with her. Like he always wanted to be. Caden shut the door behind them, curving his smile back onto his face and going Tristan on their bed. “Hi again.” Caden whispered to her, towering over her and connecting his lips back with hers. This night had been so perfect. The best way to start of the rest of their lives in this house. Caden broke his lips from hers, pressing his forehead to hers and trying to catch his breath.
Tristan swallowed as he carried her out of the lake, placing her back on her feet and wrapping a towel around her. How did she get so lucky? He did everything for her. He was like one of those boyfriends on TV that were way too good to be true. The ones in the dreams, that was him. She smiled a little as he grabbed the clothes and and connected their hands as they ran inside, trying to avoid getting anymore wet than they already were. Tristan giggled as they ran back to the house, her body was shivering like crazy when they walked in. She giggled more as he threw the clothes on the ground and picked her up bridal style once more. “Cadennn.” She whined again, biting her lip as he brought her back up the staircase. She licked her lips as they made it passed the kids rooms and into their own. She smiled at the thought. Their own room. She shivered a little bit more and laughed a little before covering her mouth as he threw her on the bed. She didn’t want to wake Jaden or Talia up… She threw the towel on the ground as Caden just the door and licked her lips, raising her eyebrows as she looked him up and down. Maybe she was being a little biased, but Caden actually had a really, really nice body.
Tristan smiled as he said hi to her again, his voice sending happiness throughout her whole body. Right now it seemed so hard to believe that some people out there didn’t believe in love. It was even harder to believe that she used to be one of those people. One of the people that thought love was just in Disney movies and that none of that really existed. But Caden changed those thoughts. Tristan smiled up at him, shivering a little bit more and running her fingers through his hair, moving his hair out of his face. “Hey.” She whispered lightly in reply to his hi. Tristan shivered a bit more and wrapped her arms around Caden, pulling him closer. “Make me warm, Cadenator. Please.” She said stuffing her face into his neck and running her hands up and down his back. Caden was one of the only people in the whole world that Tristan had completely opened herself up to. He knew everything about her and she didn’t care. That was how amazing he was. She honestly couldn’t wait for the rest of her life with him. Because so far, it just kept getting perfect. Every single day. “Hey Caden…” Tristan said keeping her face pressed against his skin. “I think i’m in love with you.” She said, smiling a little.
Caden jumped a little once he heard Tristan’s voice creep up from behind him. Of course, she caught him. But he wanted her to anyways. Caden chuckled once he heard her words, turning to her and doing a small shrug under the water. “Maybe.” He said to her with a smirk, wrapping his arms back around her waist. Caden felt his heart begin to beat faster again once her lips met his. Those surprise kisses were the best thing in the whole entire world. Just because of how perfect she made those kisses. Each kiss always had something special in it. Every time. There was never a time when they had a boring kiss. There was always sparks. Every single time. Caden held her closer to his chest in the kiss, never wanting the kiss to end. Ever. That’s how he felt withe every single kiss. And once she pulled away, a little frown was always there. Caden smiled into the kiss, licking his lips once the kiss broke and his eyes met back with hers. Her eyes looked so gorgeous. The moon was reflecting in it. It was too perfect. She was too perfect. Too perfect for him.
Caden listened to her words, letting a small smirk come on his face once he heard her words. “Well..” Caden said under his breath, averting his eyes down to her once her lips began to trailing down his shoulder. He loved the feel of her lips connecting to his skin. How sensitive and weak he got when she did that. Only because she had such a big impact on him. It was crazy. “I have an idea.” Caden choked out, reaching his hands down to her thighs and picking her up-wrapping her legs around his waist. Caden pecked Tristan’s lips once more before trailing his lips down her jaw line, then to her neck. Her skin felt so soft against his lips. And her body felt so delicate in his arms. Caden kissed slowly up and down her neck, inching down to her shoulder then back up to her ear. “But you’ll have to come back inside with me first.” He whispered into her ear, kissing her ear lobe lightly.
Tristan bit her lip as his eyes looked into hers. That’s how she liked it. She wanted his eyes on her, all the time, no matter what. She didn’t care how selfish that seemed. She just wanted him to herself. She wanted him to be just hers, only hers, forever. She smiled a little bit as she kept her lips on his shoulder, trailing up and down it with tiny kisses that made her heart beat faster. She loved the feeling of his skin against her lips. Tristan smiled as she felt his hands come up from under her thighs once more. She loved that, when he picked her up. It was just once of those little things that she could pick out about their relationship that made her knees go weak. But of course, almost everything about their relationship made her knees go week. Even their kids made her knees go week from time to time. She bit her lip as she disconnected her lips from his shoulder and looked back up at him, staring into his eyes as he pecked her lips once. She could feel her heart slowly starting to pick up speed as his words rang through her ears. “Mm, and what might that idea be?” She asked as she felt his lips trail up her jaw, and then back down it, then back up again, and so on. She bit her lip as he did so, closing her eyes gently.
Tristan swallowed as Cadens lips trailed down her neck slowly, leaving small kisses everywhere. Filling Tristans body with cheesy butterflies and making her heart skip a beat. She bit her lip as his lips hit her shoulder. She swallowed once more and smiled as he made his way back up her neck and finally to his ear. She smiled as his soft breaths hit her ear gently, making her knees go weak. She pulled him a bit closer and licked her lips as he spoke. She smiled a little as his lips hit her ear lobe and she giggled a bit. “Well… if you insist.” She said giggling a little bit as she looked into his eyes. She looked up as she felt tiny drops of water hit her skin. Of course, it was raining. They had to be in a movie, right? This is where the director would call cut and then they would switch scenes. But no… this was real life. This was her life. She smiled a little bit and kissed his lips once. “I guess the weather wants us to go inside too.” She whispered giggling a little as she tightened her legs around his waist, waiting for him to start moving towards their clothes that were probably getting soaked right now, along with the towels. She giggled a little at the thought and kissed the side of his neck gently.
Caden chuckled softly to himself once she whined his name again, in the same blushing manner. Once again her felt another bolt of joy shoot through out his body. “Tristannnn.” Caden mocked her, still keeping his gaze on her eyes. Caden shook his head, once again, when she said she loved him more. It was amazing how much those words could affect him. Whether it was Tristan saying it, or Talia saying it. It still drove him crazy. Caden felt chills go down his back once her arms wrapped around his neck, connecting her body with his along with her lips. Caden felt his heart beat begin to pick up pace once he felt her smile in the kiss. She could make his heart beat at 100 miles per hour, if that was possible. Tristan could definitely make it possible. Caden let out a tiny groan once she bit down on his lip, pulling it back and letting it snap back into place. Caden chuckled a little after it, feeling a slight wave of blushing go through out him after wards. Caden continued to rush his hands up and down her sides as he lips met his jaw. Caden let his eyes flutter closed, smiling to himself as he leaned his head back more.
She could make him so weak sometimes, it was crazy. She could get him to do anything she wanted him to do right now. Well, she’d be able to do that anytime she wanted. Caden swallowed once he heard her small breaths trace into his ear, then opened his eyes once he heard her words. He should have been expected that. Caden did a gasp as he popped his head back up from the water, running his hand through his hair and looking down at her. “You…You’re gonna pay for that.” Caden hissed at her, smirking and going back down under the water. Caden held his breath under the water as he made his way around Tristan, popping himself back up from behind her and brining his lips to her ear. “Boo.” he whispered into her ear as he wrapped his arms around her waist, yanking her down into the water with him. He loved playful moments like this. Where they acted like they were 13 years old, playing around with each other. They were in their early twenties, and still acting as if they were in middle school or something. Caden chuckled under the water, quickly popping back up from under the water and swimming away in the opposite direction.
Tristan giggled as he popped back up, letting her know that she was going to pay for that. Tristan rolled her eyes and stuck out her tongue as he dove back into the water. She looked around, biting her lip, hoping she would be able to see him. She gasped as she heard him whisper into her ear, making her jump a little bit. She felt his arms snake around her waist and she shook her head. “No, Caden…” She yelled, laughing as he pulled her under the water with him before unwrapping his arms from around her. She loved these playful moments. The ones that you wouldn’t expect young parents to ever have. Tristan and Caden proved that wrong. They were happy… So happy. And their kids made it even better. She swam up, pushing her head out of the water and gasping for air as she looked around for Caden, trying to find him. She giggled a little bit as she watched him come up for hair and dive back under. Part of her wondered where she would be at this moment if she was never sent to West Park. Then again that was sort of a silly question. She knew exactly where she would be… it woudn’t be on earth and she could tell you that right now. She licked her lips before taking a deep breath and diving in after him.
Tristan caught up with him, pulling them both up from the water and taking in a deep breath. “You didn’t think you could run away from me, now did you?” She asked with a wink as she shook her head, pressing her lips to his with a smile on her face. That was one of the things about their relationship. Their kisses almost always had smiles in between them. But I mean, anyone would have to admit, it would be pretty hard for anyone not to smile while they were kissing Caden… It was just sort of… Impossible? But, of course no one else would get to experience that feeling. Because he was hers. And no matter what, he would stay hers. Her smile would be plastered against his lips and that was that. She pulled away and bit her lip. “Mm, now that that fun game of tag is over, what next?” Tristan asked with a tiny giggle as she placed a kiss on the top part of Cadens shoulder that was sticking out of the water just barely. Caden had gotten taller in the last five years, not much… but he did. Tristan on the other hand barely even grew an inch. She smiled a little at the thought and looked into his eyes, waiting for his voice to fill the air again.
Caden let a wide grin plaster onto his face once he heard her words, letting out a loud laugh after it. Caden swished the water around a bit, leaning his head back again then lifting it back up. “I think it was totally fair.” Caden fought back, smirking and swimming closer to where she was. Caden poked out his bottom lip once she told him playfully to not look, speaking up again. “Please?” He joked, chuckling more and splashing around more of the water. It was cold, but he’d get used to it soon enough. Caden rolled his eyes, shutting his eye lids and waiting for the sound of her moving herself into the water to play. Once Caden finally heard it, he fluttered open his eye lids. There she was, swimming into the lake water and coming towards him. She looked so perfect. So natural. So…just what he wanted. He couldn’t picture anyone more perfect than Tristan. She was the only one he wanted. Just her. Like this. Forever. Everyday. For the rest of his life. Caden brought himself back under the water, making his way over to Tristan then popping his head back out of the water once he reached her.
“Hey there.” Caden said with a soft smile, snaking his hands around her waist under the water and pulling her to him. He could feel the chill bumps trailing up her sides against his hands. The moonlight was shining perfect on both of them. Right on top of them. The moon followed every move they made. Caden brought his eyes to her eyes, just staring at her. Just her. He couldn’t take his eyes off of her. It was still so damn hard to believe. That Tristan was all his. This was all his. This was his wife. The only girl he would ever feel like this for. The girl who made his stomach do flips. Who made him do the craziest things in the world. Tristan had this magic affect on him. She had him wrapped around her finger, and she always would. “You look so perfect.” Caden whispered, not meaning for it to come out. But he didn’t care. Caden slowly leaned his forehead onto her, letting his nose rush against the tip of hers. “I love you.” He whispered, a little quieter this time as his lips made their ways closer to hers. Caden let one of his hands slowly glide down her side in the water, enjoying the touch of her bare skin against his palms. Nothing could be better then this at the moment. Just them two. All by themselves, in this lake. They were the only two on earth right now. Or, at least that’s what it felt like. Caden brought one hand up to her neck, pulling her closer as he attached his lips to hers. Fitting them together perfectly. Their lips were molded just for each others. They were made for each other. That’s just how it was. Simple as that.
Tristan shivered once as the cold water hit her skin, she smiled a little bit as she moved into the lake more. Watching as Caden went all the way under to swim towards her. She licked her lips as her whole body sunk under, leaving just her head out of the water. She looked around for Caden before gasping as she felt his hands connect with her sides, pulling her closer to him as his head popped out of the water. Tristan giggled a little and bit her lip. “Well, hello.” She said with a smile loving the feeling of their skin touching. She just felt so… safe whenever it was like this. Whenever he was there, touching her. It was like everything she had ever wanted was right there in front of her. Tristan smiled a little as he just looked into her eyes. She loved these moments. The moments where they didn’t have to say anything, because the conversation was in their eyes. She smiled a little as he spoke, blushing a little bit, and looking down, pressing her forehead against his as she did so. She licked her lips as she felt his nose hit hers and his voice speak up once more. “Cadennn.” She whined once more, that same blushing feeling taking over her. “I love you more.” She whispered, bringing one of her hands up to his hair and running her fingers through it as his hands slowly ran up and down her bare sides.
Tristan bit her lip as she kept her eyes on his. The way the moonlight shined on his eyes took her breath away. He was so… flawless. She smiled a little bit and bit her lip as she felt his hand come up to her neck. If only there was a camera panning around them in a circle, to make this moment so much more perfect. But she didn’t need that. All she needed was him. She smiled as he pressed his lips to hers. Letting them fit perfectly like a puzzle piece. One that was lost for so long, and completely filled the whole puzzle once you slid it into place. That was Caden. She smiled into the kiss as she pulled him closer. Letting her body press against hers before she bit his lip gently, pulling out out then letting it snap back into place. She smiled a little at him and connected her lips to his jaw, trailing up it slowly. She brought her lips up to his ear and slowly breathed into it before speaking up gently. “Watch out.” She whispered before placing two hands on his shoulders and pushing him under water. She giggled a little bit and bit her lip, waiting for him to come back up.
Caden chuckled a little once she whined his name playfully, watching her as she continuing to blush. He loved when he made her blush like that. How she’d shut her eyes and hide her face in his neck. How her face would become a light shade of pink and she was speechless. All she could make out was his name. It felt like such a big accomplishment to him. “What?” Caden teased her, smirking a little and leaning his head back for a second so she could kiss his neck more. He could remember holding her like this on their wedding day, and bringing her back to their dorm. How beautiful she looked in her wedding dress. How he called her, and told her to come up. And how his nerves had never been that racked in his life. Now look where they were. Five years later..it was too good to be true. Caden shook his head once she said he was too perfect. It wasn’t true. She was the perfect one. She’d never believe him, but it was true. “Nope, you’re too perfect for me. Waaay too perfect.” Caden said in a small whisper, pecking her lips as he made his way out of their bed room. Caden tip toed through the hall ways, peeking into the kids rooms as he passed them-just to make sure they were still sleeping. They wouldn’t be at the lake for too long, so they didn’t have to worry.
Caden smirked to himself once he checked on both of them, rushing them down the stairs and still keeping his grip on Tristan in his arms. He felt like a teenager again with her. Sneaking out of the Aysulm together. Just so they could be completely alone. It was perfect. Who would of thought they’d still be doing stuff like this, five years from that point in time? Once they finally reached the lake, Caden chuckled to himself as he placed Tristan back onto her feet. The lake was surrounded by a whole bunch of grass. It was so peaceful. A huge lake: Just for them. It was dark outside, but the moonlight seemed to be lighting up the sky more than ever right now. Which made it all the more perfect. “Close your eyes.” Caden whispered to her with a tiny wink, quickly slipping his shirt over his head once her eyes shut. This was all so perfect. The only reason why it was this perfect, was because Tristan was here. She made this moment..amazing. As she did with every other moment. Caden quickly yanking off the sweatpants he had on, along with his boxers and averted his eyes back to Tristan. “Don’t open them yet..” Caden said over to her, running his hans through his hair and looking towards the lake. Caden smirked to himself as he ran towards it, jumping into the lake and letting his whole body sink into it. Caden gasped for air once he came up, running one hand through his hair and yelling over to Tristan. “Okay now you can open them!!”
Tristan smiles and shook her head as he spoke, telling her that she was perfect. She never got tired of hearing that, especially from him. Even though she didn’t believe a word of it, it was nice to know that he thought of her that way. Completely perfect. Tristan smiled a little as Caden checked on the kids. She remembered how no one thought they would be good parents, how they were way too young for this. But they weren’t. It was just right, just perfect. Tristan smiled as he got done checking on them, and dashed down the stairs. She giggled a little keeping her arms wrapped tightly around him as they made their way downstairs and out the front door. She felt so young with him, as cliche as that sounded. She felt like a teenager. She didn’t feel like she was once a teenage mother… she just felt… free. She always felt free with him. Tristan smiled as they made their way outside. The weather was just right. Not cold at all. She smiled and bit her lip as he carried her over to the lake. It was huge. And there was a dock for a boat. And there were grass and trees surrounding it. It was like everything she had imagined when she was little. It was definitely like a fairytale come true. She bit her lip and smiled as Caden placed her back on her feet, letting her eyes trail around the lake, enjoying the view. She felt like a little kid again, one that was up way past her bedtime with a boy that was way too good for her. Tonight… She was that little kid.
Tristan felt goosebumps form on her neck as Caden whispered for her to close her eyes. She raised her eyebrows gently and closed her eyes, crossing her arms as she waited. She bit her lip as Caden told her not to open them yet. What in the world was he doing? He wasn’t going to throw her in… he would have done that already. She licked her lips as she heard the water in the lake splash, then his voice telling her that she could open her eyes now. Tristan gasped as she looked over at him, she couldn’t see anything but his head above the water. She looked down beside her at his pile of clothes and rolled her eyes, looking back over at him. ”You’ve got to be kidding me.” She said laughing a little bit and shaking her head. She took a deep breath and bit her lip, sliding her shirt over her head. “That wasn’t very fair, you know.” She said over to him as she slipped down her pajama shorts. “Don’t look.” She said playfully and bit her lip. She unclipped her bra and slid it down her arms, letting it fall into the pile with the rest of her clothes and Cadens. She could feel her stomach filling with butterflies as she did so, feeling the wind hit her skin. She placed two fingers in the sides of her underwear, sliding them down and placing them in the pile. She let her hands move to her hair, pulling out the hairtie the held her hair up in a messy bun, letting it fall down onto her shoulders before slowly walking into the lake.
Caden chuckled a little more once she said he better not throw her into the lake. “I think I was crossing my fingers when I said that, oops.” Caden said between a tiny laugh, bringing his eyes to meet hers. Her eyes still fascinated him more than anything. The way they looked so dark, but held so much light at the same time. The way they stared right into his. And how Jaden had her same eyes. It was beautiful. It was perfect. Caden let his smile curve even more onto his face as she leaned in closer to his lips, hovering her lips over his-but not letting them touch. Caden raised his eye brows once she said there was one more question, then smiled into the tiny peck of a kiss. He loved when Tristan tried to be seductive,it was adorable. Specially when she giggled while trying to do it. Caden brought his upper teeth over his lip as she kissed up his jaw and to his ear. That would forever be his weakness. Caden let his smirk slide onto his face again, chuckling a little and bringing his lips back to her neck. Caden placed a couple of kisses across her neck, trailing his way back up to her ear and whispering into it. “Who needs those?” Caden let his chuckle linger into her ear, pecking her ear lobe once before pulling away.
These little moments were something that would always stay glued in the back of his mind. The moments where it felt like him and Tristan were the only two people living on earth. Sometimes it even still felt like they were just 18 years old. It was five years later, and still nothing had changed. That’s what made everything so special. Their love hadnt died at all. It only grew stronger. Caden quickly hoped off the bed, rushing into the bathroom and grabbing a couple of towels that were on the towel rack. This felt so weird. Their bathroom was way bigger then the tiny one they had in West Park. The one that they had to share with Talia and Jaden. It was too crowded. Now they finally had space to even walk into it. Once Caden grabbed the towels, he stepped back into the room and chuckled a little. “Wait..” Caden said in a whispered tone, throwing the two towels over his shoulder and making his way back over to the bed. Caden smirked as he reached his arms back over to Tristan, slipping her into his arms and picking her up in bridal style. “The queen must never step foot on the ground, right?” Caden said with a small chuckle, pecking the tip of her nose.
Tristan bit her lip and let her eyes close gently as Caden kissed across her neck, and up to her ear. He was so much better at this than she was. She smirked a bit at his words and nodded her head gently. She smiled at the sound of his small chuckle, running through her ear and making her body tingle. That was one of her favorite sounds in the whole universe. His laugh. It could make everything so much brighter. It was her happiness. She smiled as he pecked her ear gently, giggling slightly. Sometimes she still wondered how she managed to get this. How she managed to keep a guy like Caden for five years. She remembered back when they first met. How she pretty much made a bet with herself that he would leave her within a week. But he didn’t. He stayed. She smiled at the thought as Caden let go of her, hopping off the bed and making his way to the bathroom. Tristan smiled and closed her eyes, wiping her face a little bit. At times like this she was still that teenage girl who fangirled over every little thing that Caden did for her. He was the only person who could make her feel like this. The only person who could ever bring this much happiness to her. She smiled as she thought about it, sighing a little bit and biting her lip.
Tristan lifted herself up, so that she was sitting up on the bed, waiting for Caden to come back out of the bathroom. She giggled when he came out with two towels. She started to slide off the bed before Caden interrupted her by saying wait. Tristan raised her eyebrows as he threw the towels over his shoulder and walked over to her, picking her up bridal style. She smiled a little bit as her cheeks turned pink and the butterfly feeling was back. That feeling never went away around him, she she doubted that it ever would. Tristan bit her lip as he spoke up, shaking her head slightly and pressing her forehead against his shoulder. “Cadennn.” She whined in a playful manner. She remembered the times when she couldn’t stand moments like this. She never thought she deserved them. But now… now they were what kept her moving, they were what filled her with happiness. She kissed his neck gently before wrapping her arms around it and licking her lips. “You’re perfect, Cadenator, you know that?” She said as he started to walk out of the door. “Waay to perfect for me.” She finished with a tiny giggle.