He should really be comforting her at this point. Hugging her, telling her it would all be okay because wasn't that what people did? He didn't know. Despite having a child he'd never known this part. The part where you were told, where you dealt with it, even the birth had been something he'd had no part in. He knew only when Allana was older and that fact still jarred at him much as he in some ways understood why she'd hidden it from him, from the world.
Hapans and their secrets and their lies and as much as Tenel Ka had tried to be different, dealing in that world, given her Dathomiri heritage, she'd kept it from him. Tahiri wouldn't lie to him, truth be told he wasn't sure she knew how to lie to him, proficciant as he'd made her in the art of deception. But kriffing hell they were hardly normal. How could they bring a child into this...whatever they were.
"You did right, telling me now, hiding it from me. I wouldn't have reacted well. Not that this is the most steller reaction a man has ever had to being told this but its better than the alternatives, believe me."
He was so not ready for this.
"Its not but its happened. And I won't lie. Every instinct I have is telling me to find a way to end this war, whatever way I can, even the less pleasent alternatives. But I know where that path leads now and so I will need you to steady me on it. And as to what you need...we're doing this, aren't we?" he said, a question which he had to admit was hardly a question. Ultimatly yes, it was her decision but he very much doubted it was something she'd thought about.
They'd probably have to attempt normalcy.
He wasn't entirely sure he remembered what that meant anymore. If he ever had.