Note: I read this post and then wrote this and I am so sorry.
The child wails, coaxing you none too gently from your sleep.
“I’ll see to him, Y/N,” Kili murmurs as soon as you hoist yourself up from your pillow; he leans over, pressing a kiss to your forehead before rising from the bed with a soft groan. “Don’t worry yourself, I’ve got him.”
Once more, your cheek hits the pillow and, despite trying your hardest while Kili was changing the baby, you lay wide awake as he settles into the chair near the bed, your infant son cooing in his arms.
“Now, we must be quiet,” you hear him whisper. “Yes, we must because your Amad is sleeping. She works so hard for us, you know, and deserves all the peace she can get.”
Imagine Thorin comforting you.
(This is only my second fan fic please tell me what you think)
Thorin and you have now
been married for a year it took you a little while to get used to living in a
mountain. Over the past few days you were excited, your cycle was nearly a week
late and you hoping there might be a small babe forming inside you. Being human
you were not permitted to be queen but you still had duties to perform.
You sat with Ori in his office going over the last figures
and check list of supplies brought in from Dale, you knew it was getting
late and both of you had not eaten dinner yet, you wanted freshen up before you
had dinner with Thorin in your chambers. You let out a small yawn “I think
it’s time to call it a day Ori, you should have some dinner too.” Ori
looked up from his document and smiled “I think that sounds like a good
idea.” Both of you stood up from the large desk; you went to move towards
the door and you felt uncomfortable , you heard Ori cleared his throat “
My lady you look a little pale are you okay?” You looked at the
floor for about 20 seconds and then looked at Ori “I’m fine Ori it’s just
been a long day” You made your way slowly through the Corridors and up the
steps to your chambers both you and Thorin shared, you didn’t feel well.
Just as you closed the door to your chambers your heart sank,
you made your way to the bathroom quickly, your fears were conformed your cycle
was just late there was no baby, looking in the mirror you tried to do your
best not to cry but a few silent tears fell. Moving out of the bathroom you
changed your dress into a simple dark blue dress because there was small amount
of blood on it but luckily it didn’t seep through to the outside were people
(Time skip to later
Pretending like nothing happened you remained silent about your
heartache and ate dinner with Thorin, after a few hours you sat down to read on
the floor nearer to the fire place needing the warmth because you didn’t feel
well. Thorin finally broke the silence and placing his own book in his
lap “Y/N you have been very quiet tonight is anything wrong?” Looking
up from your book the expression on Thorin’s face was one of concern, managing
a small smile you shook your head and said “ Not really it’s just been a
long day of concentrating, I was completing the supply figures with Ori I must be
a little tired” Thorin studied your face for a short while and you knew he
was not buying your excuse. “Hmm the figures can be very taxing but I
think there is something else wrong” “What makes you say that?”
trying to give a cheeky smile to throw him off “ Because you have been staring
at the same page of your book for nearly half an hour.” You looked down at
your open book in your lap not even realising you had been just staring at the words
on the pages. Thorin leaned down from his chair and placed his finger under
your chin and turned your head gently towards him so you were looking at
Thorin. You locked eyes with him; Thorin spoke very softly “Please tell me
what’s wrong.” You slowly closed and opened your eyes trying not to cry,
took a deep breath and look at Thorin’s blue eyes “ My Cycle was nearly a
week late and I hoped that maybe I might pregnant but when I came back tonight
to our chambers I learnt that my cycle was only late. We have been married a
year Thorin and we have not been blessed with a baby, it only took Kili and
Tauriel four months of marriage to find out Tauriel was expecting. What if I
can’t have any children Thorin?” By now you were in tears, you just
couldn’t help it, you hid your face in your hands as you cried. Thorin had
placed his book on the side table next to his chair and moved from his seat to
the floor in front you. Thorin moved closer to you and wrapped his strong arms
around you and you placed your hands on his arms not wanting to let go, after a
few minutes Thorin cupped your face with his warm hands “ Y/N Please a
baby will come when it comes, I love you more than anything it pains me so to
see you so upset. I noticed the last few months you have not been your happy
self and others have noticed it too. Is this why?” Looking up with blurry eyes
all you could manage was a small nod. “Y/N I hate seeing you so unhappy
and I don’t want you getting ill, please! I know you want to hold our child in
your arms as do I, but I fear you are going worry about this too much and all
this worry and sadness is not good for you. No matter what happens today,
tomorrow or in the future I will never stop loving you, with children or
without.” You sat listening to your husband talk and you couldn’t even
manage to form a sentence, your heart melted at his words for his general
concern was for you and only for you.
Thorin gently picked you up off the floor and carried you bridal
style to the bed he stroked his calloused hands on your cheek “ You need
to sleep Y/N you are tired, things will seem better tomorrow you’ll see.”
10 minutes later Thorin slipped into bed behind you and wrapped his arm over
Five months later you and Thorin were blessed to find out you
were expecting a baby.
Every night, around 2-3 in the morning, Dis and Vili would be woken by the sounds of their wailing youngest child. One would grumble and tug the blankets around themselves, grunting that its your turn, I got up last night, and the other would scowl before getting up to calm the new baby.
On this particular night, it was Vili’s turn, and he slowly rose from their warm bed with a shiver and a huff as he reached for his coat and slipped it on. With cold bare feet, he walked to the door and stepped out into the hall. Hopefully, Kili would simply fall back asleep after being rocked for a few minutes, rather than have to be walked about the house to finally do so.
At least Fili had been quiet.
Kili’s cradle and his toys had been placed in Fili’s room, mostly due to the fact that the dwarfling had whined for hours about how the new baby would want to stay with his brother instead. Dis assured him that it wouldn’t take long for Fili to want Kili out.
He made his way down the hall sleepily to the boys’ door and twisted the knob, stepping halfway into the room.
Warnings: Big Baby Kili, the Little Shit of Middle Earth. FLUFF.
Word count: 833
Just missing your fingers with a knife, you flinch wildly, the sneeze from the sitting room very nearly rattling your quarters and the whole mountain to boot; you don’t know how, but you seem to have forgotten the pathetically unwell Dwarf lying on the couch as you busied yourself making his soup. Kili whines, calling your name with a nasally voice once again.
“Yes, Kee?” you call back, dropping the potatoes into the simmering pot.
For Kiliel Week: the Monday theme is Baby Animals! (I can’t draw animals…)
Years after BOTFA, Kili and Tauriel visit Bilbo at the Shire. Baby Frodo falls in love with Tauriel and follows her everywhere so they end up babysitting Frodo most of the time. Kili is reading a story to Frodo when he falls asleep on Tauriel’s lap.
The crispness of autumn was in the air that late afternoon, and birds gracefully swooped and dove across the dazzlingly blue sky as you sat at the edge of the pool where the river tarried just outside the Gate of Erebor before flowing forth across the valley. You were happy and peaceful in the fresh air, small under that wide sky, doing nothing but enjoying the view and occasionally picking up nearby pebbles to throw into the water, watching the tiny splashes.
Your contentment was made complete when you looked up to see Thorin emerge from the Gate and walk toward you, his face wearing the affectionate smile he always had for you. He sank to the ground beside you, leaning to lightly kiss you, tucking a lock of hair that had been loosened by the breeze behind your ear.
“How has the day treated you?” you asked, smiling.
“Well enough,” he answered, then fell silent, gazing into the pool.
You knew him too well, and reached to stroke his cheek, making him turn to meet your searching look. “What is it, love?”
He smiled, both amused by and appreciative of your ability to read his moods. “Kili and Fili have come back.”