Romeo looked at the papers and pictures in his lap. There were forms, some of it looked like what they were learning in science class. His actual birth certificate, and what looked like a legal paper. He looked over at his father, with a confused look on his face.
Jon, just at that moment, thought he might have pushed too much on Romeo, taking the first paper off the stack to look it over.
“This is a copy of the DNA results. This row is your DNA, this one over here is mine and this one is your moms.” He folded the paper so they matched. “It says ninety nine point nine to infinity, you are a Bongiovi.”
“But I don’t look like you, not like Steph, Jess and Jakey do.” Romeo looked unsure.
“Well that’s where the photos come into play.” He took the photographs, shuffling them till he found the two, he was looking for.
“This is your two times great grandfather Sharkey. I only met him once, when I was younger than you. You look a lot like him.” Jon handed him the old picture. Then he handed Romeo another picture. “That is your great grandfather Sharkey.”
Romeo looked at both men in the photos, he looked like them. He handed them back to his father and smiled.
“Genetics, we’re studying it in school.” Romeo smiled really big.
Jon reached out and ruffled Romeo’s hair, well that went better than I thought it would. He was still going to call Richie.
There was a knock on the door, Jake came to tell them the car was there.
They got to Mr. and Mrs. Bongiovi’s about thirty minutes before Colleen and the girls got there.
Jon had reminded his mother, to be on her best behavior. The look she gave him, would have sent anyone else to their knees.
As she stepped out of the car, Colleen looked at the modest home. You could still put two of her homes inside it, and have room left over. She had reminded the girls to be on their best behavior.
Jon heard the knock on the door, and went to open it. He was about to open it when his mother beat him to it. She gave him another of her stink eyes. The guys told him, his stink eye was famous. Where his mother’s stink eye, was lethal.