Send ღ for a first kiss between our muses.
Nora had long since passed out, that was to be expected, given the fight that their daughter had put up. At one point so much of one that they were worried Nora wouldn’t make it. But she survived and slept soundly in the bed not far from where Tink was standing. She hadn’t been allowed in the delivery room after a certain point, the point in which Nora had come to be in her current state. But she could hear their baby’s cries even from down the hall.
She’d hardly stopped crying since. Tink approached the little bassinet that the child was sleeping in. She looked so small and fragile, it almost made the fairy fear for her safety, right up until she picked her up and felt a soft weblike texture to her back. Oh gods the nurses must’ve not had the slightest clue about how to address a fairy’s wings. They shouldn’t have been flat, still stuck to her back like that. She had no way of knowing that this mistake would have cost her daughter her ability to fly. But for now, she was gentle in removing the silklike covering from her back.
Two little wings sputtered and shook in an attempt to move correctly. Thank gods after a moment they rested gently against her back, laying in two perfectly straight lines. “I’m so sorry.” Tink whispered to the newborn as she pulled the blankets down a little more so her wings would be free of constraints and gently rocked her as she moved about the room.
Out the window, Oz was still moving, all the worlds were, but for her it felt like time had stopped. “Someday all of this is going to belong to you…and your ability is relying on us…please…don’t hold it against us when we stumble…because we will.” Tink whispered as she felt the baby begin to stir. Slowly she came to look at the child, seeing two big blue eyes staring back up at her.
"My beautiful Victoria." She murmured, placing a soft kiss on the baby’s forehead. "I promise I’m going to do my best, every day, just for you. I’m going to try anyways…because I love you, more than anything in this entire world."