1. Favorite way to jokingly piss each other off?
Robin leaves dirty footprints or muddy streaks in the house after he has been traipsing through the woods, and when Regina stands there with her hands on her hips and an eyebrow raised, waiting for an explanation, Robin just puts his hands in his pockets and shrug his shoulders with a ‘what-you-gonna-do?’ smirk on his face. Whilst Regina stays firm in her orders that he tidies his mess, she cannot help the little, hidden smirk of her own gracing her lips as she walks away.
Regina usually starts her day early, and on the occasions where Robin doesn’t wake her up - in a much more pleasurable way than her alarm - she likes to pull the duvet off their bed and refuse to put it back on until he is awake and in the shower, ready to start his day. Robin grumbles but if it gets him a few extra minutes of kisses before his soulmate leaves for work he can get over it.
13. Big spoon/little spoon?
Regardless of what Regina says, she is a cuddler, and during the night she usually likes the comfort and warmth Robin’s strong embrace brings her.
Although when Robin has difficulty sleeping due to bad dreams, Regina will gladly take on the role of the comforter and wrap her arms around Robin, her hand resting over his heart, until he falls asleep.
18. Who hates getting sick?
Robin hates getting sick because it usually means that he can’t play with his boy like he usually does, and Regina tends to put a little distance between them to prevent herself from catching the same thing - which Robin hates.
However, Regina absolutely abhors illness; as a fiercely independent person who has always taken care of herself, she always finds it difficult to accept help from others. Robin usually cooks her soup or broth, and brings her warm drinks, to help keep her nourished and hydrated. Henry brings her blankets and sneaks her chocolates, cuddling into her left side - despite protestations from his mother. Roland brings her toys and drawings because he likes Regina’s smile when he gives her gifts, and then he curls into her right side - despite even more protestations.
When Robin finds Regina and their two boys fast asleep on the sofa, he can’t help the smile spreading on his face, and the little guilty feeling he gets at the thought of loving his family just that little bit more when they’re ill and looking after each other.