The young man gave an apology but didn't really sound like he was being very sincere about it. Parker didn't think the apology was all the necessary, especially not as he glanced over at the TV and the game system hooked up to it; Parker didn't play video games much anymore, but he understood the frustration that came with it. His lips twisted into a small, amused smirk as the younger man walked toward them, hand outstretched. Parker took the hand, looking the other man over slowly as he shook it. He looked familiar somehow even though Parker was sure that he had never met him before. There was just something about him... It almost felt a little strange looking at him because Parker was vaguely reminded of himself when he was younger somehow even though it made no sense. But then again, sometimes people just looked a like; though it was probably rare for people who looked this much alike to meet each other. The name wasn't one he recognized and Parker brushed off the weird feeling as a very strange coincidence. The sentence tacked on at the end of the name brought a slight grin to Parker's face. He wasn't doubting that the man knew what he was doing, he wouldn't be here if he didn't.
“Parker Brennan,” he replied with a small nod, the grin still in place. He liked this guy, he had the kind of sense of humor that Parker liked but hardly ever found in people anymore. It was nice. They released each other's hands and the redhead turned his eyes on Izzy, stooping down to her level. Parker's cool blue eyes looked down at his daughter who was still attempting to hide behind him. He gave her a reassuring smile and a small nudge. She looked up at him and then back at Perry, taking his hand gingerly.
“I'm Izzy,” she told him, voice just barely above a whisper. Parker smiled and stroked her hair lightly. It always worried him that she was so shy. He understood why she would be though, after all that she had been through in her extremely short life. Especially loosing her mother. That was something that they were both struggling to overcome and helping each other as they did so. Parker was so happy to have her.
“She's shy,” he explained, looking at Perry. She had told him her name, that was a start. Sometimes she wouldn't even say that much. This was progress.