"You will be baby sitting her. Two days a week you will do this solely, two days a week I will, and three days the nanny will. I don't care what you do...whether you sit there reading a new paper to her or stare at the wall. When I say a full day, I only mean around six to eight hours whist I work on my new ring here." She explained.
"I will baby sit my own daughter? said Nathan, lifting a brow. "I thought it was called being a parent.
He shook his head at Astrid, then said, "You are trying to force some sort of bonding experience, aren't you? You don't want her to turn out like her own father I see. Very well. But I'll do you one better. One day a week you will have her entirely to yourself, one day I will, and the third day neither you nor I will work and we will spend the day together as a family. We can take little picture perfect walks with a pram down the street, go to the zoo, art galleries, a park, whatever sounds like the sort of things a nice, traditional family would do together."