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at home Elliot? Everything’s alright? Everything’s great. Good. I know you had some deaths in the family recently, are you handling that okay? What? Who died? Oh, your father’s parents, your grandparents. Oh yeah, that’s too bad. Anyway, I’ve been thinking a lot about you recently. Thinking about me? Yes I was. Why, what did I do wrong? Oh no, nothing, nothing at all! You see, I’m going to have a baby. Oh yeah? Yes. And my husband and I were looking through a book of baby names that has every name that you can name your child and I came across your name and I want you to take a look. Elliot, he who walks with God. What do you think about that? I don’t understand. Well, that’s what your name means. It comes from the German. My name? From the German? Yes, it means he who walks with God. It’s pretty important, huh? You didn’t know that’s what it meant? I just knew it was my father’s, but I didn’t know it was a big deal or anything. Oh, it is. Only a very, very, very special person could have a name like that. You must feel very important. Me? Important? Nuh-uh. Yeah-huh. And I want you to keep that. Keep it? Well, of course. It has your name in it. You’re right, it does. Thanks, thanks a lot. You’re welcome, honey. Hey. Hello. Is everything okay? Oh yeah, we’re just having a chat, yeah? Great, well, thank you for holding him for me. No problem. You ready? Thank you. You’re welcome. That looks good. Eat. It’s gonna melt. You know, if you hurry up, we can go to the beach before we go home. That’ll be fun. I know what you’re thinking. I know that not everything has worked out with us. You know, I know that I haven’t always gotten things right, but we’re going to have a fresh start. Oye, and I need you to try. No! I can’t do this on my own. I keep ing it up. I can’t get this right. Listen, I need you to try with Danny. Ma, you’re not on your own, you have me. I’m supposed to take care of you. I thought we agreed. Chulo, you’re just a kid. I’m just a kid. I can’t do this on my own. I thought that I could. Ma, you’re doing fine.