"Top three what?" he asked curiously. "Talents? It's good. Thank you again," he nodded, as he continued to eat. He was grateful, honestly - he didn't always notice when he was getting hungry, his mind was far too full of other things.
Alexander was glad that she laughed, and he chuckled along with her, feeling light and easy for the moment. "He was very polite about my cooking, but you should have seen how awkward he was about corn on the cob."
When she explained her feelings about the list she had written for Liberty, Alexander frowned a little in confusion. "I don't understand. Why did it upset you?" he asked. The custom of naming children for family members and loved ones was normal in his time, but he didn't quite make the connection to fully understand what she was going through.
She started listing off names, and he found himself counting on fingers trying to figure it out. He was no stranger to people having eight, even ten children, but them all having different fathers, and sometimes mothers, made it more difficult to keep track.
Where did Bucky come into all this?
But he had another question to actually verbalise first. "So, is Tony Maria's father?"