Would you mind creating a Stony fic rec where they have a daughter, or even single dad Tony? I love your blog so much, you are absolutely amazing ❤️ thank you!!
Hi! Awww ♥ Thank you so so much! *hugs* Stony + baby girl has to be one of my fave tropes so here you go (btw, two things: 1. This is just a ‘Stony have a daughter’ rec. Will do just a single dad Tony one if anyone wants me to. 2. Not all of these fics are fluffy, most are though. Just a few with a lil bit of angst.):
To start all the ficlets by the amazing @captainstarkreportingforduty (all of hers are ridiculously fluffy)
- The one where… Tony buys a ranch for his baby
- The one where… Tony doesn’t mind a little weight on his chest
- The one where… Steve takes care of his family
- The one where… Steve and Tony undertake their biggest mission
The one where… Steve and Tony enjoy a lovely tea party
The one where… Tony has no regrets, and in the end, neither does Steve
The one where… Tony really should be used to this by now
The one where… Steve and Tony bring home the best present of all
The one where… there are some early morning family moments
The one where… Steve and Tony get more than a glimpse into their future
Summary:Tony hadn’t slept the night before and he knew Steve hadn’t either. They’d just laid there, side by side, listening to each other breathe and thinking their own thoughts. Somewhere around dawn Steve had rolled onto his side and splayed his fingers over Tony’s heart.
Summary:“On a scale of ‘make me sleep on the couch’ to ‘take Sarah away from me and kick me out of the tower,’ how angry at me would you be if I told you our infant daughter’s first word was a swear word?”(Or, Steve and Tony raise a kid. Shenanigans ensue.)
Summary (of part one): It’s just another Sunday, until it isn’t, and Tony’s own life becomes the very last thing he’s concerned about.
Summary: Raising a girl has it’s challenges, but Steve and Tony manage with aplomb. Kind of. Sometimes.All right, maybe not at all. But they’re trying, okay
Summary:Evidently, aliens aren’t the only thing that come out of wormholes. Future children also happen to fall out of them, too. Or maybe alternate universe is more likely.Because there’s no way this is Tony’s future daughter that’s just appeared in his workshop calling him ‘Papa’ and talking about people and things he’s never heard of. And there’s absolutely no way he broke up with Pepper only to end up marrying some ‘old man’ that probably can’t even get it up. That Tony Stark might have been that desperate for a ring, but he sure isn’t.And Bruce and Rhodey are absolutely nuts if they think he constantly talks about the Cap because he’s secretly attracted to him. No, the guy is just a sanctimonious jerk that needs to be taken down a peg. It has nothing to do with attraction at all. Nothing.OK, not too much.
Summary:Steve wakes up to a third body in his shared bed with Tony. Frigga, the goddess of prophecy and midwifery, apparently gave them a gift - one that Tony doesn’t know how to receive.
Summary:When the Avengers raid a very dubious scientific installation, they come across something they’d never expected to find. Their discovery turns out to be even more surprising than first suspected, and it leads the team - especially Steve and Tony - to some new and very undiscovered territory.
Summary:It wouldn’t be Christmas if Steve wasn’t having an existential crisis of some kind.On this year’s agenda: Confronting the horrible realization that the serum that kept him alive in the ice for seventy years now keeps him from being able to age past the moment when he was first transformed into the peak of human perfection.Which maybe wouldn’t be horrible except for the fact that this means he’ll remain exactly the way he is as he watches his loved ones grow old and die. And Steve Rogers has no desire to outlive his family.
Summary:When Steve falls asleep in the middle of the Alps on Christmas Eve 1944, the last thing he expects is to wake up over seventy years into the future in a sleepy, snow-covered New York village right out of Currier and Ives.And father to a toddler.And married to a man.