As the family sits and watches the fireworks explode in the sky, Savannah drops that little question. Tony beams, surprised by the inquisitive nature of his little girl and Stephen shakes his head at the way the enthusiastic engineer beams.
He has to admit that he kind of tunes out Tony’s rambling for a moment, watching the sky explode in red and green and gold. He turns back, and Peter and Savannah are both watching the sky and listening to Tony with big eyes. Tony goes on about combustion and Savannah, too short to go on most of the rides, looks at him with a wisdom far beyond her years. Their daughter is absolutely perfect and he adores her with all of his heart.
“They’re perfect,” Savannah tells Tony and he has to agree. There’s something perfect about the sight above them.
There’s something perfect about a lot of things - including the engineer who’s still explaining fireworks enthusiastically.