anonymous asked:

The gom and Takao being overprotective of their pregnant s/o :) I like your blog very much

[ahh both you and this request are v v sweet]

Aomine Daiki: Aomine growls at anyone that tries to touch you or your growing belly, and is not above threatening people with violence if they get a little too close to you for his liking. He almost kicked Momoi out of the house when she teasingly poked at your stomach not once, but twice.

Kise Ryouta: Kise takes an embarrassingly large number of pictures of you and always boasts to people at work about how cute you were, but the minute someone asks to actually see you, he snaps at them, calling them out for trying to eye up his pregnant partner.

Midorima Shintarou: Midorima does a lot of research regarding health and nutrition, and makes you drink his home made fruit smoothies to provide you with sufficient vitamins and minerals. It’s almost impressive how he’s able to make fruit smoothies taste awful, but you don’t have the heart to tell him that.

Murasakibara Atsushi: If Murasakibara could have his way, you wouldn’t be walking anywhere on your feet during your pregnancy - as he’s offered more than once to carry you around everywhere. Since you don’t let him, he opts for holding your hand everywhere you go.

Kuroko Tetsuya: Kuroko insists that you carry around a bottle of pepper spray wherever you go, and he offers to do all of the housework. When he is not with you, he sends you texts every five minutes and panics when you don’t reply in the next two.

Akashi Seijurou: Akashi is wary of anyone - regardless of gender - that comes within a three metre radius of you. He tries to stay by your side at all times, but when that proves impossible, he secretly has two bodyguards discreetly trailing you whenever you go out - because he knows that you’ll disobey his orders to stay home.

Takao Kazunari: Takao becomes more unnecessarily protective than ever - blowing on the soup he tries to spoon-feed you, and offering to drive you around when you insist on walking to places - and you don’t know whether to feel flattered or annoyed.