“We are not putting the kids’ presents in trash bags!” Zoe hissed, throwing their bedroom door another nervous glance.
“Why not?” he asked, grabbing a handful of comforter and pulling it up so that he could look underneath the bed. When he didn’t spot any children or listening devices he dropped the comforter and moved on to the rest of their room, looking for recording devices.
“Because I’m not leaving trash bags in front of the tree on Christmas morning for my children!” Zoe hissed as she slowly unlocked their bedroom door, opened it and stuck her head outside. When she didn’t spot any children lingering outside their room, she quietly shut the door and locked it.
“You’re spoiling those kids,” he said, shaking his head in disgust as he moved to check their bathroom.
“Because I want to wrap their presents?”