She watches Remy when he plays with their daughter on the blanket she spread over the living room floor. It never stops amazing her how gentle he is. He tickles the baby on her tummy until she smiles and makes happy prattling noises. He counts her toes, tells her stories, snuggles her against him to compare heartbeats.
One time before they were married, Remy had told Rogue that he wanted to be a père. She thinks she'll tell him sometime he's a good one.
Rebecca smiles again.
Rogue ostensibly takes their playtimes to handle chores. Mostly, she watches Rebecca's father.