“What am I suppose to do, jagiya?” Jiyong said as he collapsed in bed as you continued to pack his luggage, having to take advantage of the opportunity now that your little one is sleeping.
You placed the shirt you just folded into the luggage and made your way to the bed, where jiyong was laying on his belly with his face buried in a pillow.
“She’s young, Jiyong. She doesn’t know any better. She will understand with time.” You said as you ran your hand through his hair and down his back.
“She shouldn’t have to understand. Her dad should always be with her. He shouldn 't have to leave. I shouldn 't have to leave her.”
“It 's only a couple of months, yeobo. She will have video calls every day, just like you did with me. She will understand when she is older what her dad does, and she will be proud of you, just like I am.”
“I don’t deserve you, you know.” He turned his head to look at you.
“I know.” You said as your squeezed his nose and laughed. He laughed as well. You were always great at making him smile when he needed it the most.
“I love you, Y/N.” He sat up and pulled you into his arms.
“I love you too, Jiyong.” You buried your face in his chest an...
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...f course, you didn 't want to pull away, but it was time for him to leave.
“Princess, appa has to go and sing for everyone.” Your daughter nodded sadly in your husband’s arms.
“Appa, sing well and come home soon.” She kissed his cheek and hid her face behind the dragon shyly.
“I will, princess. I will call you tonight to read you a story.” She moved the dragon away from her face as you can clearly see her excitement.
“Can you tell me the one where the dragon saves the princess again?”
“ Of course. Make sure to be a good girl for your umma.”
“I promise I will be a good princess!” He kissed her cheek and passed her into your arms.
“Have a safe flight, oppa. Let me know when you land.”
“Of course, jagiya.” He kissed you sweetly before he kissed our little girl once more. Then he was out the door leaving just the two of you in the house for the next three months.
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