The lawyer sat watching the young woman as she explained why she was there. This wasn’t something she typically heard of from someone this young.
“You are certain that this is what you want to do? The father does not want to take responsibility of your daughter?”
As much as Kyndall wished that there was another option, this was their only one. At least the only one that would give Victoria the life she deserved.
“We want to do this. It is what we feel we need to do in order to protect our daughter.”
“You want to give custody to your parents?”
Kyndall wanted to say no. She wanted to say that she wanted to live to see her daughter grow up and have her own family. She wanted to say to just forget this entiree meeting, but she couldn’t.
“Yes. Only until Cason finishes school though. Then they can decide from there who Victoria will live with. “
The laywer didn’t agree, but it wasn’t her choice to make. If it was, the father would be taking care of his daughter.
“I will get the paperwork ready and send it to you. I need the information of the father so I can also send the paperwork to him. He’ll need to sign everything and send it back.”
Kyndall nodded and wrote down the information for her. She handed the paper to the lawyer before getting up to head home.
Kyndall held her daughter in her arms, cuddling her close. It was hard being close to Victoria and knowing her time with her was limited. She wanted to spend as much time as possible with her though. She needed to fit an entire lifetime into what time she had.
“Mommy did something today that is going to make sure that you will always be safe, taken care of, and loved. I hope that when you are old enough you will understand why your Mommy and Daddy felt that we had to do this for you.”
She kissed her daughter’s forehead and laid her back in the bed. “We both love you very much, little princess. We’ll do whatever we have to do to give you the life that you deserve to have.
She went into her bedroom next door and called Cason. She frowned when she got his voicemail knowing that his classes and practice would be over. She wondered where he was and why he wasn’t answering his phone. She left him a voice mail asking him to call her as soon as he was able to. She hoped it would be soon. She was exhausted and wanted to sleep.