"That's...that's.... really impressive," Rose stared straight ahead, eyes glazed over. "I don't think I have seen one so...impressive."
The Metacrisis Doctor puffed himself up, preening with pleasure.
"I should think not, Rose Tyler-Smith, it is one of a kind. Nothing else like it in the multi-verse. Erhm, that I know of."
The Doctor rubbed the back of his neck with his left hand.
"It's so robust," she commented, in awe, "an it smells s'wonderful."
"Yup!" he exclaimed, popping the 'p'.
"I have ta touch it...oh...want to nibble on it too," she whimpered, reaching out her hand.
"The Doctor grasped her hand and gave her a heated look.
"Together," he murmured in a husky voice.
He grabbed her hand and pulled her closer to his body and moved forward three steps.
"Oh, its so hard, but so smooth," she whispered in awe. "I'm the luckiest girl in tha' universe. I love you." She leaned over to softly kiss his cheek.
The Doctor puffed himself up, a smug expression on his face.
"What are you waiting for Rose," he whispered, "try it."
She gave him a tongue touched grin as she leaned forward and nibbled on an ear.
"Oh, that is gorgeous!" she sighed, swallowing her mouthful.
"I knew you would like it!" he crowed in delight.
The pitter-patter of tiny feet running caught their attention and they turned to see Bonnie Mae running into the room, followed a moment later by her younger brother. Both screeched to a halt, eyes round as saucers, when they saw what was in the room.
Rose and the Doctor giggled at the amazed looks on their two children's faces.
"It's ginormous," Bonnie murmured, awe in her voice.
"Can we eat it da?" their son, Taylor, asked in a high voice.
"There is enough for all," the hybrid smiled.
"An then some," Rose giggled.
The family turned as one as they gazed at the five foot tall chocolate Easter bunny. It was decorated with colorful ribbons of marzipan and had a basket on its back full of equally colorful Easter eggs. It was a masterpiece of candy making engineering and the Doctor was chuffed with his families reaction.
"I didn't know you were a chocolatier," Rose looked him with new respect; he had a proud look on his face.
"I dabble now and again," he replied as he moved forward and pulled a knife from his pocket. "OK, who wants part of the ear?"
An hour later the sugar rush attacked the family and they flew out the cottage to go to the park and play. It was a gorgeous Easter Saturday and the Doctors heart was full of joy and happiness. His surprise had been everything he could have hoped for.