"Top three favorite things. In fact, since I drop Constantine off leftovers, how about I do it for you too. I'll text you, of course, to see if you're still in the office, or if you've eaten, and if you haven't I'll bring by what me and the kiddos have had. What do you say?" Rather than just drop by like she did with John. The warlock had told her that he wasn't picky, and she did basically dingdong ditch with food.
"I think it would take a lot for him not to be polite. Did he try to cut the corn off the cob?" It wasn't nice finding amusement in the other man's discomfort, especially if he was trying new things. But what she would have loved to be a fly on that wall.
"Liberty will probably never know the people that they were named after. And they were absolutely worth knowing. Besides Steve of course, he's here, in a different capacity. Plus the trip down memory lane dead ends at the bottom of a bottle. I like Liberty, it was a trip I didn't mind taking for her." Though the subject was an emotional one, she did retain a small smile on her face.
"Yes. He's also Richie's, Mack, Georgie, Little John, and Little Loki's." Maryanne couldn't hide the little bit of pride in her voice. Both at the fact that he'd caught that, and because "And I bet you're thinking I left out someone. I didn't. I was saving him for last, because his story is more than me being overwhelmed by scents, and attractive men. A door opened to a time when he was five years old. AJ and Tony were going to adopt a very young Steve Rogers, he was four I think. Bucky and Steve are best friends, so it seemed like the perfect plan for me and Clint to adopt him. We went through all the legal channels, to make sure it was done right. And then we got to meet him. Alexander, I'm not a believer in love at first sight, but when I saw him it was Maternal love at first sight." She smiled through the whole telling, enough that it was starting to make her cheeks hurt. She brought her hands up to rub at them.