“You have your mommy’s eyes.” said the Doctor, cuddling his baby daughter.
“Please, Doctor. A baby’s eyes change color so quickly you don’t even realize it. It’s too soon to say something like that.” replied River, watching her husband.
“No, it’s not.” he retorted. “Don’t listen to mommy. She’s just jealous. You’re much more beautiful than she is.”
“I perfectly know that.”
“I know you know.” the Doctor leaned to his wife to kiss her, as the baby giggled happily. “Turns out this is the one adventure I can actually have.”
River smiled. “Of course sweetie. And just wait to see what happens next.”
“She will become a teenager and want us dead, right?”
“Oh, cut it off. Anyway… I think it’s time to put this cutie pie to sleep.”
“It’s your turn tonight.” said River, heading to the bedroom, exhausted.
“Thanks for your support, as always.” shouted the Doctor in her direction.
Before putting the baby girl in her cradle, he started rocking her in his arms.
“You know something, love? When you will get older, you are going to ask a lot of questions, such as why is the Tardis blue, what happens if I push this lever, and so on. And someday, you’re going to ask me how I chose this name for you. That’s the one story I will always tell you, so you will never forget it.”
The baby giggled even louder, staring at her father.
“For you know, there was this amazing girl once, called Donna…”