"It's okay," Ami said, thinking it over, "Well we have one boy and one girl so... The boy will be named Zoiki and the girl with be Taimi. Part to remember their father, part for you and a bit for me. How's that sound?"
Aobozu was glad when Saki said it would be alright for her to live in this world for him, it warmed his heart and sent a cool blast of relief all at once. Of course, she could still visit and go shopping and all those things humans did, but their world would be home, the 'house' so to say. Then he heard her question and swallowed, looking out the window for a moment. How to say this?
"Um, well," he said, grasping for the right words, "The reason why I want you to stay in this world with me, Miss Saki is that I...if I go into your world for a certain amount of time I'll become...ill, and then I'll die. It's a weakness I have not been able to overcome."
Makoto was in the nursery, holding their son as she fed him. She had the door closed so none of the other men saw her and she looked down at Keiseki with a mother's love in her eyes. Her squirrel ears twitched and she looked up, thinking she heard Nephrite calling her.
"Nephrite?" she asked, calling back, "We're here, darling. In the nursery."