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10 Hearts Dialogue
"These days, it's weird... I see you, Argent, each night. Um, in my dreams... Weird, huh? Yeah, I know that."

"Th-this is... for me? I'm so happy... I... love you too <3 I might not be very competent but please be patient with me."

After Marriage Dialogues
"Hee-hee, we'll be together from here on for all time. Oh, what should I call you?"
"Okay... <3 Argent. It's my pleasure!"

"I'm happy. Let's make a cheery home!"
"Please take care of yourself, okay?"

"I'm happy waking up and seeing you every morning!"

"I never thought I'd be this happy eating together and going to sleep together."

"When I'd play house when I was little, I'd always be the mother. I might be a busybody type, huh?"

Theodore: "My goodness! Argent! Your wife collapsed... Quick, go to the clinic!"

Alex: "Hello Argent. Your wife is resting in that bed over there. Don't worry, she's not sick. Congratulations."

Ellen: "I'm so sorry that I worried you. It seems that we're having a baby."

Alex: "There aren't any particular problems so you can go home. Take care. Treat your wife kindly."

Ellen: "I'm happy <3 Is it a boy? Or is it a girl?"

After pregnancy Dialogues
"I was surprised! But strangley enough I don't have any anxieties."

Theodore: "Argent! Your wife's in labor and has been brought to the clinic!"

Ellen: "Uh, uuuuuhn."

Martha: "Out of the way, out of the way! Until the child is born, you wait over there!"


Martha: Look what a cute baby. The eyes are like the father's."

Ellen: "Honey, our baby is born. Our darling baby. Listen, you name the baby..."

"Ha ha ha That's a great name."

Woody: "Congratulations. I heard that you had the baby. Here's a crib as a shower present. Show me where I should put it."

"Ok, well I'll set it right here."

Martha: "Well, it's okay to go home but let your wife rest for a while."

After Birth Dialogues
"Things will get tough from now. Please help me out, okay?"

"I love children <3 I think they are so adorable <3"

"Be careful."

"Looking at children is truly comforting."

"When grown up, I wonder what our child will want to do." (Who writes these sentences? They are so awkward...)

Ellen: "Oh no! Wake up! Charlie's checkup is today!"

Martha: "Everything's fine, the picture of health Well, well, well!"

Ellen: "Hey, hey, Come to me Charlie!"

Martha: "Children grow up so quickly. From now on you can't leave Charlie alone for a second."

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