ONE SHOT PER EPISODE
:: Maura Dorthea Isles → Pilot
fear of the unknown, the complex, the inexplicable.
Rizzoli and Isles - “Trying to keep it straight since 2010.”
The last one. How Jane looks at Maura. It actually kills me. She knows how anxious Maura is with Frost approaching.
bless u. r&i meets simpsons. bless.
What to do when your coworkers are not so secretly dating
— A Guide by Sergeant Detective Korsak
HOW DOES SHE LOOK HOT AND ADORABLE AT THE SAME TIME
soaking up the last bit of internet i can before our move tomorrow that downgrades us to DSL because somehow Fios isn’t available in our area of Boston
He is doing well!
He had his first cold, which (naturally) worried us. He sounded like a little Mac truck for about 3 days, but bounced back from it. I, on the other hand, did not when I ended up with it a few days later.
His personality is certainly starting to shine through. He is a happy guy, and also is learning how to ham it up to get your attention (or cuddles lol). He is hitting all his developmental milestones wicked early and we recently started a Gymboree class that he has a blast in. He has figured out where his feet are and is doing awesome at holding objects on his own.
He is 27 inches long. He has grown 6 inches in a little over 3 months and is holding strong in the 97% tile for his height. He also LOVES to watch tv. We have our morning ritual ever Wednesday morning of breakfast and watching Rizzoli & Isles (obviously he isn’t interested in the plot, or anything else for that matter, but all the movement, noise and color holds his attention)
Soon he is going to be in his own room after we move (tomorrow!) and I think that will be more of an adjustment for my wife and I than for him. He can put himself down for bed right after his dinner bottle and sleep through he night. I still wake up ever few hours to stare at him, now I’m going to have to start taking a trip down the hall to do that.
Maura leans against the side of the porch as Angela struggles to get the front door to her house open. She cringes as her stance causes the stitches in her stomach to pull.
"This is not going to be a quick recovery," she thinks to herself.
She feels a gently hand brush up and down her arm. “You okay?”
Maura looks to side where Jane stands with a concerned look on her face. She smiles. “Yeah, I’m fine. Just sore.”
Jane chuckled. “That’s understandable, given what you’ve been through.” Jane looked down. “I know this is probably going to sound really stupid but thank you, Maura. I couldn’t have done this without you.”
Maura pecked her wife on the lips. “It was a joint effort.”
Jane smiled. “It was, wasn’t it?”
Angela opens the door. “Alright you three, inside.”
Jane walks to the door, turning back to smile at Maura, their newborn son in her arms. “Welcome home, Jayden Rizzoli-Isles.”
"Even the most docile human being is capable of murder in the right set of circumstances. Especially, when someone takes away the person they love"