256 Let's go home.

"I knew it.

 Liddy nodded at my words with a sigh.
 Even if Lucy is growing up, she's suddenly eating too much. It's a good idea to take a look at the website and see if you can find anything you like.

Such as .......

 I'm not sure what to do.

I'm sure you'll be able to figure out what's going on.

 Liddy nodded again.

I'm not sure what to do, but I'm going to do it. I'm not sure if it's a good thing or not, but it's a good thing.
"Then ......!
Forest wolves are quiet and smart, so Lucy probably won't be that different. It will make her smarter, but I don't think that will bother her.

 Now Deanna breathed a sigh of relief. She was about to slump down, so I put my arm around her casually for support.

We're going home for now. I'll see you in the car.

 Deanna nodded a little weakly and we began to get ready to leave. Lucy seemed to have grown quite attached to Katerina. She was running up to her and petting her.
 Katerina, who was still holding her in her arms, looked at us intently, but whether she was demonized or not, my child would not do that.
 We got the luggage we had left in the car, put it in the cart, connected Krull to Lucy, and we got in too. We don't have much luggage, so it won't be long before we leave.

"Well, Mr. Bowman, Ms. Katerina. And thank you all for your help. Give my regards to the Count.
"My husband was very sorry to miss you. Please come again.
Please come again.

 I was amused by the contradiction of calling Marius, a man of higher rank, by his first name, but addressing the servants of the house by "san", which helped me to smile and wave.
 Deanna was also doing her best to smile and wave. The rest of the family, except for Rike who was driving the dragon carriage, also waved, and we left the Amur mansion, bidding farewell.

 We walked through the crowded streets of the outer city (Lucy was waving her charm and lowering the stress of the streets we passed) and through the outer gate to the city streets.

"So, Lucy...

 When I said this, Lucy curled up on my lap, as if she thought she was being summoned, or perhaps she was tired of looking at the scenery. I continued stroking her as I spoke.

"They say she's turning into a demon.

 Everyone except Liddy and Deanna gasped at my words.

But for now, he's in no danger. There's a chance they'll be smarter than normal wolves, though.

 Everyone is relieved to hear that.

"So what are we going to do about ......?

 Helen asks timidly.

"Well, we'll take care of it.
"Are you sure?

 And now Deanna. I said, trying not to change my expression.

I decided to help her once and I did. You can't just throw it away because it's a demon, and if it grows up to be a demon that causes trouble for others, then you have to dispose of it properly. I think you can say you've taken responsibility only if you've gone that far .......

 Of course, I don't want to get rid of them if I can help it. It is also too arrogant to say, "Help yourself and get rid of it.
 But if that happens, I'll have to deal with it on my own.
 I noticed that Samija was looking at me worriedly, as if she had sensed my inner resolve.

I'll have to raise her well so that she doesn't end up like that.

 I said cheerfully, and continued to speak.

But now you know why the girl and her mother were driven out of the pack.
But now we know why she and her mother were forced to leave the pack.

 That's what Samija said. She didn't get it at first because it doesn't happen that often.

"Yeah. I don't know if her parents were demonized too, or if they left the pack with her because they couldn't bear to see Lucy become one.

 If she was just a weak child and many other children were born, she could have been abandoned, but that is not the case.
 If Lucy was the only child born to that mother, she might have tried to protect her no matter what.
 Forest wolves are smart animals. I believe that cleverness also leads to kindness. If you are such a creature, or .......
 No, it would be arrogant of me to impose my desires on them. I shook my head, shaking off the idle thought.

I'm sure it's not the only one.
"That's all I need to know.

 Helen said this in a cheerful voice, perhaps trying to lighten the mood, and everyone agreed, saying "me too" and "me too".

 And so our first day trip as a family came to a successful end, despite all the turbulence.