Kurt brightly smiled as he laid on the bed, propped up on his elbow. “Well, they are incredibly adorable, so I wouldn’t blame you for falling harder for them.” He teased, reaching over to rub Tracey’s belly. As Blaine continued to explain his aunt’s reasons, he realized that he really shouldn’t compare their situations. His aunt was only sixteen. Blaine’s pregnancy wasn’t planned but they were old enough to figure it out. Granted, his parents were going to help them out and they’re currently sitting in a house paid for by Blaine’s grandparents. But Kurt knew he would’ve figured out a way to give his husband and their children a good life. He grinned when Blaine started bragging about him, playfully rolling his eyes. He expected him to then start talking about what his hopes and dreams were but when he didn’t, Kurt wondered if Blaine was putting himself on he back burner. ”You do know I’m gonna help raise the babies, right? I mean, you talk about me breaking into fashion and Broadway but you can achieve your hopes and dreams, too! I want us to be happy, in all aspects of our lives.” He smiled as he sat up, looking down at Blaine.
Blaine turned over onto his side grabbing Spencer and setting him down next to his sisters. Spencer’s hand found his way into his own hair as he continued sucking on his thumb. Blaine gave his babies a fond look before looking back up at Kurt. “I know you are, sweetheart. And I’ll still achieve my hopes and dreams. I just…” Blaine looked down at the babies embarrassed. “I don’t like the idea of someone else taking care of our babies, when I am perfectly capable of doing it myself. And I want to see all their first, not just hear about them from someone else…I’ll still take classes. Maybe get all the core classes out of the way. And then when we decide it’s time for the triplets to go to preschool, then I’ll try to take the world by storm.” Blaine blushed at his admission as he played with Hepburn’s hand.