Sirius moved as James moved, fitting into the spot against his side as naturally as breathing. How many times had they done this? And why did he feel so guilty about it now, when James clearly didn't mind? He pushed the thoughts away, he didn't want to deal with it right now. This was a good moment.
"I won't tell a soul," Sirius promised, crossing his heart. There wasn't much risk of they anyway, Sirius was avoiding everyone at the moment.
"I bet girls are easier than boys. Can you even imagine having to parent a little Prongs? All of those letters back from Hogwarts... Not to say that we couldn't teach a girl to make trouble either. As long as he or she takes after you."