Let’s think about some Dadzawa, everyone! (And by everyone, I mean especially @tandembicycles
Imagine – one of the children has a bad dream or just can’t sleep for whatever reason. In search for some distraction, they take the elevator down, pad through the living room towards the kitchen – only to almost stumble over Aizawa, who has been either sitting around somewhere or sleeping on the ground in his sleeping bag.
Now, Aizawa is not the type who comforts people with kind words or hugs, like Toshinori would do. But he does very much care about his charges, and so he gestures them to sit with him while he continues to doze off.
It doesn’t take too long for the children to feel sleepy again. Aizawa is warm and comfy to lean against slightly, and something about his usual calmness is relaxing.
Once he notes that his student is falling back asleep, Aizawa convinces the sleepy kid to climb into his sleeping bag. Unzipped and baggy as it is, it has more than enough room for one teacher and a student.
Not much convincing is needed, and neither does Aizawa grumble much as his student shares his sleeping bag with him, heavily resting against his shoulder by now and breathing deeply and evenly.
He usually hates to share or lend his sleeping bag with or to anyone. But he can make an exception, he muses while he fights to keep his tired eyes open, determined to watch over his sleeping charge. Just this once, he will allow it.
(It doesn’t stay an exception. It’s not the only student who ever gets to share his sleeping bag with him. But each time, he swears that this is an exception.
He doesn’t care that he sounds unconvincing even to his own ears.)