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You Don't Know The Half Of It

He would've helped. He really, honestly would've. How was The Famous Edward Cullen supposed to know that his high school girlfriend had given birth to his daughter? How was he supposed to know that his ex-girlfriends brother, who was also her best friend, got in a car accident and the hospital wasnt child friendly? How was he supposed to know that his six year old daughter had to stay with him until her uncle recovered? And how was Emmett supposed to know what stupid was a mean word? AN: A little OOC. Oh, who am I kidding? Bella and Edward are so out of character, its not even funny! Well, I hope its funny. But still. You get what I'm saying. Oh, and banner courtesy of lunamoon!

This is kind of based off the Game Plan. I watched it with my brother and liked the idea of it so I made it a story. Some of the stuff in her is straight out of the movie, but most of the stuff is mine!

24. Renee and Charlie: Not The Best Of Friends

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Renee Dwyer

I was sitting in the kitchen with Beth and Mari, when I heard the front door open and close. It was probably Bells and Edward. I wonder why there back so early. They'd only been at the hospital for two hours Usually Bella was there for a good six hours everyday. Bella came into the kitchen, looking kind of nervous. Mari peaked around the corner and her eyes widened. Beth did the same. She gasped and put a hand over her mouth. What was over there? Was Jack home? I started to see around the corner, but Bella jumped in front of me. She looked a little panicky.

"Bella, whats going on?" I demanded.

"Mom, I'm so sorry in advance for what your about to see. But, remember, murder is a crime." She told me, quickly.

"Fine." I huffed.

Bella sighed like she was stressed. "C'mon in!" She called. There were hesitant footsteps. Then, turning into the kitchen..........was Charlie.







Bella brought Charlie.

Bella brought me Charlie.

Ugh. I can barely even form a coherant sentence in my head, how am I supposed to talk to him out loud?

"Um...hi, Ren." He stuttered.I blinked, and stuttered some kind of greeting back.

Charlie rocked on his heels, uneasily. Bella was looking between us, gauging my reaction. Charlie wouldn't even make eye contact with me. Was I really that bad? I mean, I thought I was relatively calm. Was I?

"So....awkward silence." Bella commented.

"We've always been good at those." Charlie mumbled.

"Yep." I muttered, looking down.There was silence.

"Guys, this is crazy." Bella sighed. "Say something."

"Whats there to say?" I mumbled.

"How about, 'Why are you here' 'The weathers nice' 'I hate you' 'I love you'. Anything?" Bella rambled.

"I'm not feeling any of those." Charlie shrugged, smiling slightly.

"Typical." I snorted.

"What do you mean by that?" He demanded.

"You have to go and make jokes when were trying to discuss something serious." I snapped.

"Were not discussing anything! You're not even speaking." He argued.

"I beleive were speaking now, aren't we?" I demanded.

"Ah, hell." He muttered, shaking his head.

"Thats a horrible habit." I sniffed.

"Well, you seem to be attracted to bad habits, now don't you?" He grinned, humorlessly.

"What is that supposed to mean!?" I exclaimed.

"Dino? Drinking? Ring any bells?" He asked, sourly.

"Don't you dare bring that up." I growled.

"Why not? You brought it to the whole towns attention." He pointed out.

"I did no such thing, Charles David." I hissed.

"I beleive you did, Renee Penelope." He mocked me.

"Just stop it, both of you!" Bella snapped. "God, you're worse then Lila."

"She started it." Charlie said, feebly.

"What, are we in kindergarten?" I hissed. "Is it time for your nap?"

"Mom." Bella said, warningly.

"Sorry." I huffed.

"Pouting, Renee?" Charlie snickered.

"Shut the hell up." I mumbled. Cursing was very rare for me. I didn't beleive in it.

"Ah, I think that calls for a time out." Charlie chuckled. I rolled my eyes. He was so immature and silly. The silly was what I fell in love with.

"Don't make me seperate you two." Bella glared.

"Go ahead. Renee will just crawl on back to me." Charlie said, smartly.

"Surprise, surprise. You never moved on." I laughed.

"Oh, don't worry, I did."

Was I just slapped in the face?

"Her name's Anna. She's gorgeous, smart, witty. Everything you're not." He said, calmly.

Ass. Face.

"Dad." Bella gasped.He hung his head and blushed.

"Sorry. That was uncalled for. But to answer any questions, yes, I've moved on."

"Ah, hell." Bella mumbled. Right there was the Charlie in her.

"I didn't plan on telling you like this." He said, quickly. I'd had enough.

"I can't take this." I turned to Bella. "Sweetie, your Daddy and I will never get along. And I think we accept that right now before the fighting gets any worse."

"So, what, you're just giving up?" She demanded.

"She's awfully good at that." Charlie muttered.

"Dad!" Bella snapped. Charlie hrmphed.

"Bella, honey, I'm sorry. There's just too much history." I sighed.

I made my exit, leaving Charlie to explain his new life to Bella. This was going to go well, I thought sarcastically.