"I miss her so much," Addy whispered. She had only been away from Evie for three weeks and she had still seen her little girl almost every day. It still ached, how much she missed having her close by so often. And she had been spending a lot of time thinking about how much it must have hurt David to let her and Iestyn go all those years ago. God, she couldn't imagine.
"I have a few more things," Rhiannon spoke up. "I don't want any alcohol in the house for a bit. I have spoken to Iestyn and Henry about it and they understand."
Addy felt really bad that the things she was going through were affecting her brother and brother-in-law too. "Yeah," Addy nodded, "can't blame you there. No worries, no alcohol."
"And maybe it's not fair," Rhiannon started, "but I- I'd like you home before midnight if you do go out. Unless you're at one of Iestyn's shows and then you're out with him specifically. That's less about you, Addy, and more about other people."
Addy was starting to feel a little bit like she was seventeen again, and Rhiannon was telling her off for sneaking out. She knew this wasn't forever, though. "Okay," she nodded. "Henry and Iestyn asked if I could spend the first week down with them, which I think will be really nice. And if Evie isn't there at night anyway, at least she won't keep them up."