"Well, okay, we can start being careful then," she returned the smirk with one of her own, because it felt good to be able to joke, even just a little bit. But as his smirk faded, Tahiri wondered what he was thinking about. Oh, she could probably guess. The same fears she had, would this work, would they be able to protect a child, would they utterly fail at all of this? Every time her thoughts went down that path, she tried to push them back, for fear she would lose herself in the panic.
"I have faith in you." It wasn't just words, she did. Tahiri didn't want to force him into being the Jedi he once was, she accepted the darker side of him, and knew he would not slip fully back into Caedus again. He was balance and he was both, and he had control over himself. That was what mattered. Even though she blinked. "There's really a country called Lichetenstein? That one probably deserves to be burned for that name alone." His attempt at humor worked though, and she smiled, even laughed a little bit.
She curled up into his arms, letting some of the tension leave her body as she rested her head on his shoulder. They'd be okay. They had to be okay.
"And this definitely counts as a massive surprise. But we've handled everything else, this can't be much more terrifying, right?" Aside from the fact it was, but at least no one was going to die this time. Probably.