Jodie smiled softly as she watched Adam lead their son over to the door, still wearing the blindfold. “Ready?”
She opened the door and let Adam push Cam into the room, before pulling off his blindfold.
"Happy birthday, Cammie, sweetheart."
"We know how much you love singing and making your own music… so we decided to turn the spare room into a recording studio. You can invite your friends over to make music, or make your own…"
"Amd, honestly, we can’t wait for your first CD, okay? But no rush."
"We love you, son."
Jodie reached up and kissed his cheek, and Adam ruffled his hair.
"Now, go play."
[[I thought of this last minute seriously XD]]
Cameron’s heart stopped. It took a few moments for what he was seeing to sink in but, when it did, silent tears started tracking down his cheeks. His hands started to shake, and he took a hesitant step forwards, moving slowly as if the room would disappear if he walked to quickly. As he lay a hand on the acoustic guitar, he turned around, eyes filled with tears. “I-Is this for real?” He asked shakily. “I-Is this r-really m-mine?”
"What, you think we’d bring you in here if it wasn’t?" Jodie chuckled as she followed Cameron into the room. "Everything in here is yours! Well, except…"
She guided him to the wall behind the door, pulling Adam in before shutting the door. On the wall hung two instruments — a purple bass guitar, and a slightly older acoustic guitar.
"These… well, these are mine and your father’s. We used to play them when we were younger. We’ll come in here to play them every once in a while, but your free to use them."
"Just be careful," Adam added. "There’s a LOT of history behind them."