She learned the hard way not to swallow steaming coffee. Now, at breakfast, Daniel wouldn’t give her straight from the pot coffee. He helped her constantly to grow accustomed to actually feeling pain.
“What are you laughing at, pet?” he asked, sitting beside her.
Taking a slice of apple from the picnic basket, she moved between his thighs. “You and your need to have everything perfect.” She moaned as he started to rub her shoulders. “That feels good.”
He kissed her neck. “There’ll be more where that came from.” Daniel pressed a hand to her stomach. “I’m going to make sure you’re taken care of, Dawn. If that means being prepared for the worst, then so be it.”
“You’ve got three pack females training to be midwives. They’ve got more important things to do. I’m not giving birth here. I’m going to the nearest hospital to bring this little guy into the world.”
“What makes you think it’s a boy?” he asked.
“A feeling.” She leaned back and smiled up at him. “His Daddy needs him to train.”
He chuckled. “I don’t care what we have so long as you’re here for the growing up.”
She kissed his lips as the truck arrived bringing the furniture. “I’ll leave you to do your man thing.”
“Your ass is so getting a spanking.” Daniel left her on the lawn to go and organize their nursery.
Staring up into the sunlight, Dawn couldn’t complain about life. She’d gone from feeling ashamed and scared, to embracing every little detail thrown her way.
Later that night, Daniel had showed her who was in charge of their relationship. He strapped her to the bed and spanked her ass until she was screaming for his cock. It didn’t matter how much she begged, Daniel would only stop when he was good and ready.
Seven months later, Dawn didn’t get her wish of going to the hospital. Little Brady came into the world, screaming, like his mother. She’d decided she wanted to feel every little second of pain of his birth. Daniel held her hand throughout it all. Once Brady was in her arms, the pain was worth it.
However, for the second child, Dawn settled on feeling no pain during her daughter’s birth, and Daniel was more than happy with that.