"What am I doing here? What are YOU doing here?" Was Rosemary's automatic response. But the answer was unnecessary since it didn't matter where they were. Just as long as they were together somewhere and she could ask Charlie about all that girly stuff that Royce was horrible at. They could have been back at the clinic but today was Charlie's day off so it had to be here. Besides, Charlie's house was full of food things to eat. Rosemary hadn't been over in awhile but she could still smell the chocolate chip cookies from the last dinner she had been allowed to attend.
"Hi, Charlie!" The blonde jumped forward and wrapped her arms around the red-head's neck, nearly crushing the girl with her enthusiastic hug. Letting go, she popped back on her heels and then raised herself up to see past the girl and into the house. She knew Royce wasn't here since he was at the hamburger place but Royce had been mentioning a vampire baby hanging around at Charlie's and truth be told, Rosemary was kind of curious to see it. Of the two of them, Rosemary was more prone to see past the fangs and to the soulless creature behind it. All Royce saw was a threat.
Honestly, Rosemary should have been more cautious about meeting a vampire but the fang had been hanging out the whole week with Charlie and nothing had happened. That was a good sign, right?
"Do you have any cookies? I have some girly stuff to discuss. What about spaghetti?" She pushed her way into the apartment, not at all bothered by the fact that it was completely rude of her to do so. Charlie had welcomed her in so many times that why bother waiting for another welcome when she knew she could be spending time eating more of Charlie's so yummy food?
Rosemary got as far as the living room when she spotted the kid. Once she saw him, she wasn't quite sure how to feel about him. He was a kid, which she had never been good with and never had to deal with and he was also a vampire, the natural enemy of the werewolf. Of which she was. So, hatred? Awkwardness? Rosemary didn't know.
"You're coloring." Rosemary was quick to point out, looking down at the arrangement of crayons and then back to the kid. But there was not much to say to him so she had to turn back around to Charlie. "What am I supposed to call it? Have you adopted him? Do you get to give him a new name? Can I name him?" Another turn and Rosemary was back to facing the vampire, without fear but plenty of curiosity. "You look like a Pepper to me."