He watched as Taylor looked around the room and wondered what she was looking at. It had always amazed him how neat Jordan's room was of course he hardly was ever in it. "Well, I guess that I could tell you some stories, read to you if you're like Jordan, or see if Jordan still has a box under his bed trust me, if you think that he's got a lot of pictures and things like that now then you'll see the other three quarters of the collection. Or since I know that he's going to be out for awhile I could give you the tour of the house if you're bored. He said and then smiled at her, it didn't matter to him what she wanted to do. Actually he wouldn't care if she just wanted to sit there in silence either. It really didn't matter to him since either way he wouldn't be leaving. His eyes wandered over to Jordan, he could fall asleep in a few seconds when he was sick but when he wasn't it was another story.
He jumped slightly as the door opened and he hadn't been expecting it. He looked around for a moment before he watched Diego cautiously enter the room followed by Brownie. Apparently they had finished running around downstairs. Either that or Diego couldn't stand being away from Jordan any longer. The puppy was attached to him and he knew that it would be hard for him once they were in school again and he couldn't constantly be around Jordan. Of course the puppy would probably sit by the door and wait for somebody to come home and play with him though. After all, the puppy was very playful and he was surprised that the puppy wasn't wanting to play now. Brownie ran up to him and then sat down while wagging his tail. But Diego seemed interested in something else and a few moments later the puppy ran up to him and dropped a tennis ball at his feet. "What did you leave this up here buddy, I'll play with you under one condition. Well, two actually number one don't make a bunch of noise and wake Jordan up. Number two, bring the ball back since I don't want to look for it." He said and then lightly tossed the ball out of the room.