Time passed in Skyworld, and as Viridi continued to live with Pit, her pregnancy became more apparent with each passing day. The lush greenery that had taken root in Pit's home had now extended to her personal space, surrounding her with a soothing natural aura.
One sunny morning, as Viridi stood on a cloud outside their shared abode, Pit couldn't help but admire the sight before him. Her baby bump was unmistakable now, a testament to the new life growing within her. Her goddess-like grace had taken on an additional charm, and Pit found himself strangely drawn to her even more.
"Viridi, you look... amazing," Pit said, his voice filled with genuine admiration.
Viridi glanced down at her growing belly and then back at Pit, her usual tough exterior softening for a moment. "Well, yeah, I'm carrying a future god or goddess. It's kind of a big deal."
Pit grinned. "No, I mean it. You've always been beautiful, but there's something about your pregnancy that just... I don't know, it makes you even more radiant."
Viridi raised an eyebrow, a faint blush coloring her cheeks. "You're not just saying that to be nice, are you?"
Pit shook his head. "No, really, I mean it. It's like there's an extra layer of magic around you."
As the days went by, Pit's attraction to Viridi grew stronger. He found himself stealing glances at her when she thought he wasn't looking, admiring the way her pregnancy had brought out a new level of confidence in her. Her fiery personality remained unchanged, but there was a softness in her gaze when she looked at her growing belly.
One evening, as they sat together on the edge of their cloud, Pit couldn't hold back his feelings any longer. "Viridi, I have to admit something."
Viridi turned to him, her emerald eyes locking with his. "What is it, Pit?"
He took a deep breath. "Seeing you like this, with your baby bump... it's made me realize how much I care about you."
Viridi's cheeks turned an even deeper shade of green as she looked away, seemingly flustered. "Well, you better care, considering we're raising a child together."
Pit reached out and gently placed his hand on her belly. "It's not just about the child, Viridi. It's about you. You're incredible, and this pregnancy has only made me more attracted to you."
Viridi sighed, her tough exterior cracking as she looked back at him with a hint of vulnerability. "Pit, you're an angel, and I'm a goddess. This... us... it's complicated."
Pit leaned in closer, his expression earnest. "I know it's complicated, Viridi, but sometimes the best things in life are. I want to be there for you, for our child, and maybe... just maybe, there's something more between us than we've both been willing to admit."
Viridi didn't respond immediately, her gaze locked with Pit's as a mixture of emotions played across her face. Finally, she sighed, a small smile tugging at the corners of her lips. "You're such a dweeb, Pit."
Pit grinned. "I'll take that as a good sign."
As they continued to sit together, their fingers entwined on her baby bump, it became clear that there was a growing attraction between the angel and the goddess—one that transcended their initial arrangement and hinted at something deeper and more profound. In the ever-expanding world of Skyworld, anything was possible, even a love that defied all expectations.