Two cute…. by Renee Lloyd


How would VIXX be as dads?

N: N would be such a good dad. Like SO GOOD. He’d have the perfect balance of affection and firmness. To me he’s a very. very family oriented person. I don’t think he’d care very much if he had a girl or boy (or how many kids), he’d love to just have a child. He’d have one of those huge happy daddy smiles almost all the time and would love to spoil his kids (but not too much). He’d be really nurturing and caring, more of mother than even you. He can’t help it, it’s who he is!

“Ah, let’s be careful. Let appa help you.”

“Is it a V for VIXX?”

“I don’t think he’s feeling well, did you bring some medicine with you Y/N?”

“Say hello to umma.”

Leo: Leo would be SUCH A SWEET father. Like seriously I can’t see him EVER scolding his kids. Personally I think he’d be the type to spoil them so much and you’d often have to tell him he needs to be firmer and not always soft because it would make you the bad guy if you were the only one scolding the children. But he wouldn’t really change. Not because he wants to be the “favourite” parent, but because he honestly would forget and become a smiling, nurturing, gentle soul every time he’d be with his children. I think Leo might like to have a boy, just so he could have that father-son relationship/bonding time with soccer. But honestly I don’t think he’d mind having a girl either, like seriously as long as there are kids he’d be happy. I think he’d want a lot of kids too.

“He fell asleep Y/N.”

Y/N: “Let me take him then.”

“No I’ve got it. He likes sleeping on me anyway.”

Ken: Honestly, just as there are literally no gifs with Ken and kids…I found like no footage with Ken and children either. So I ended up using pictures (still cute). The lack of gifs and footage match how he’d be as a father. I honestly don’t know. I’d assume he’d be just as much of a kid, so people would wonder who the father was and who the child was. He’d probably keep a good relationship with his children, I do imagine him struggling just a bit with dealing with them when it gets serious (in which you’d probably have to do a lot of the serious parenting stuff). That’s not to say Ken can’t be responsible, when he’s serious he’s very focused and thorough. I think he’d be the one to relate the most to the kids. He might be short on patience and get angry easily, but he would calm down just as quickly because despite his temper he’s really good at controlling himself before he acts. Whether he’d want a boy or girl, I also can’t say. I don’t think he’d particularly care. I think Ken would be happy with just one kid, although he might want more later on (I really have difficulty reading him).

Ravi: “Hyung can you hold her for a sec?”

Ken: “Um…I  might drop her…”

Ravi: “You’re right, never mind.” 

Ravi: Ravi is an angel. Like honestly he looks so tough and everything, but he’s just a cinnamon roll and he’d be so cute trying to handle kids. Like N, I think he’s super family oriented. He’d definitely want a daughter (but wouldn’t mind if he had a son). I can just see him spoiling his daughter and being REALLY protective of her. She’d be daddy’s little princess and NO PRINCE SHALL EVER COME BETWEEN THEM. You might even get a little jealous that they spend more time together than with you and when you pout they’d both run to tackle you and hug you until you all were a rolling, laughing mess. He’d probably be a little clumsy and you might have to do a lot of the work, not because he doesn’t want to help out but because it would be faster if you just did things (and safer too). Ravi would probably want at least two kids (preferably both girls). I can also see him really into choosing their outfits and taking them out on surprise trips.

“Ouch…don’t hit appa!”

“Where’s umma?”

“Say hi to the camera!”

We look so cute here. I wonder if Y/N’s jealous.

Hongbin: Hongbin I think would be the dad everyone expects. Does that make sense? Like your stereotypical, good father. Responsible, caring but also firm, and really encouraging. Although he gets flustered easily, and confused as well -when it comes to children I think he’d be very much composed and in control. He’d smile a lot like always and the responsibility would be evenly shared between you two. I don’t think he’d particularly care whether he had a girl or a boy, but I do think he’d probably want one of each.

“I’m holding him while Y/N finishes up. Is he asleep already?”

Will proceed to wait patiently, looking like a classy-ass dad.

“Oh you’re done already Y/N? That was fast, he just fell asleep a while ago.” 

Y/N: “Here let me take him.”

“No it’s alright, I’ll carry him to the car.”

Hyuk: Hyuk would be a really fun dad. Pranks, play and lots of laughter. He’d be like a best friend to his children. I also think he’d be pretty responsible when it came to the more serious aspects of parenting, but overall he’d be the instigator of all the mischief. You’d end up scolding him more than the kids. I also don’t think he’d care if he had a daughter or son because he’d teach them to be evil maknaes regardless. As for how many children he’d want…I kind of think he’d just want one. Maybe two? Or an army of evil maknaes.

“Soon my son, you shall be the next maknae-on-top.” whilst proudly imagining the future.


It’s a baby ghost!!!


So I know that all females are born with the amount eggs they will have for their entire life and that each period you lose an egg, which to me means, that in theory, you have a fairly small window to actually get pregnant at whatever age you actually want kid(s).

My question is about whether or not Feyre will have any eggs left when, if at all, she and Rhys decide they want to have child. I don’t know how Fae anatomy works and I’m really curios about this. Will is be centuries later when they finally decided they’re ready, only to find out that it’s not possible?   Did her becoming Fae mean she doesn’t have to worry about something like that?

More babies were born in the United States in 2007 than any other year in the nation’s history.

During that same time, U.S. abortions dropped to their lowest levels in decades. Some have attributed the abortion decline to better use of contraceptives, but other experts feel the rise in births might indicate a failure in the proper use of contraceptives and the declining availability of abortions.