8 Chapter 6: Packing up

ISABELLE'S POV

I woke up at 4am the morning of the big move and got in the shower.

By the time I got out, there were red patches all over my skin from the heat, and I got dressed.

I wore my favorite baby blue tie dye sundress, black combat boots, and put on my black fishing gloves. I french braided my hair and did my makeup.

When I finally made back to my room, Mikayla was awake and dressed. I walked over to her and helped her brush a big knot out of her hair.

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MARIE'S POV

Waking up the kids had to be the hardest thing at 4am. Brandon was the easiest to wake up. And, thankfully, when I walked into the girl's room, Isabelle and Mikayla were already awake and dressed.

"You guys better get a move on. We don't have a lot of time."

"Okay, mom," Mikayla replied.

Isabelle, being stubborn and defiant, just like me, shoved  past me and stormed down the stairs.

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"Don't worry, mom. She'll come around eventually," Mikayla said, trying to comfort me.

"I know sweetie. Can you wake Scarlet up for me, please?"

"Yeah."

I headed off to my dentist where Lucy was waiting for me.

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ISABELLE'S POV

Brandon and I were loading the last of the boxes into the U-haul when Mikayla came out with a box labeled 'baby memories'. And I went back inside looking for mom.

Walking through the halls that I had walked for the past three years, I went straight to my mother's dentist, assuming that's where she would be.

"Marie, you have to tell them," I heard Aunt Lucy saying. "You can't keep them in the dark any longer. They'll be getting their letters soon."

"Your right, Lu."

That's when I took my chance to go in.

"Izzy?" My mom began. "Is everything okay?"

"Yeah. Everything's okay. I just wanted to let you know that I'm going to see Adam before we leave."

"Okay. Just make sure your back by 7," my mom said.

"Okay," I said and left.

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