"I'm not sure about this, she's really upset that I've been spending so much time with you. Maybe we should do this on another day." Switzerland let out a long sigh.
You gave his hand a tight squeeze. "We're going to have to tell her sometime you know. She can't hate me forever. Now's as good a time as any. Honestly, I think the longer we wait, the worse off we are. So come on, I've got your back."
Switzerland took a deep breath and nodded. "You're right, I shouldn't be afraid to go into my own house with you anyway." He scoffed. "It's pathetic, I'm pathetic." He opened the door and took you inside. Liechtenstein was sitting on the couch reading a cook book. "Liechtenstein, we need to talk about something, it's rather important."
Liechtenstein looked up from her book, her happy expression quickly changed when she saw you. "Brother, why is she here? You were supposed to spend tonight with me. You're always with her now, it's no fair."
"I know, that's why we need to talk." He nervously cleared his throat. "You see, she'll be living with us soon. So you two will have to learn to get along."
"Why will she be living with us?" Liechtenstein noticed the wedding ring on your finger. Her eyes widened. "Wait, you're marrying her?" Her expression was hard to read now. She focused her attention on you. "I was afraid, you were going to leave my brother, and hurt him. But if you're going to marry him, then, you'll be staying with him for a long time. And if you're living with us, I'll be around to make sure he's okay." A slight smile crept across her face. "You'll be like a big sister, I've always wanted a big sister. Oh, do I get to be in the wedding? I've never been in a wedding before." Liechtenstein leapt from the couch and hugged you tight.
"I see no reason why you couldn't be in the wedding, you are my sister after all. You would make a really cute flower girl." He smiled. "That went much better than I thought it would. " Switzerland looked like he might melt into the floor he was so relieved.
You nodded in agreement. "I know, I thought for sure we'd have some serious issues."
"No, no, this will be wonderful. A bigger family means more fun. We can do all sorts of neat stuff together. Like play uno, do you know how boring uno is with two people? And now I have someone to talk to about girly things, my brother hates girly things you know. It will be wonderful. We'll only have problems if you ever hurt my brother." Liechtenstein laughed, but was glaring at you. "So don't even think about it okay?" She squeezed you tighter.
"Of course, I have no intention of hurting your brother, ever. I do love him you know." You hugged back.
Liechtenstein let go of you and smiled, hands on her hips. "Good, then we should have no problems at all. Now I'll go make us something to eat, I just read a really good recipe I want to try out." She rushed off to the kitchen.
"Even though she's my little sister, and I've known her for a long time, she still gives me the creeps some times." Switzerland shivered. "By the way, she can't cook at all, so if you want to help her, feel free."
Liechtenstein yelled from the kitchen. "I heard that big brother. Don't make me make the gumbo again."