First Night

Written for Klaine Valentines 2016.  Prompt:  Don’t Want To Miss A Thing, by Aerosmith
Klaine, 1170 words, A03

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As they slowly pulled away from the barn in Indiana, bumping along the dirt driveway until they got to the paved road, Kurt glanced over to see Blaine typing away on his phone.

“Still texting with Cooper?”

Blaine looked over and grinned.  “Nah.  I stopped responding after he made one too many puns about our wedding night.”

“Were they any good?”

Blaine raised an eyebrow.  “What do you think?”  He scrolled down on his phone, biting his lip.  “There was one that wasn’t too bad… ‘singers make good couples because they are always in a chord.’  In accord, get it?”

Kurt grimaced.  “Yes, I get it.  That was really the best one?”

Blaine shrugged.  “I’ll tell him to keep his day job.  Anyway…”  he poked his phone a few more times, “there’s a Marriott Courtyard about 30 minutes from here.  That should do, right?”

Kurt gave Blaine a quick look before turning his attention back to the road.  He had rather successfully put off worrying about this aspect of their wedding night until Blaine drew his attention to it just now.  “You really want to stay at a hotel?”

“Well, if not, our options are-” Blaine counted off on his fingers, “down the hall from your dad, down the hall from my mom, or in my apartment…”

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Chances Are

Kurt and Blaine at a Valentines Day party for the first time as a married couple.

Written for the Klaine Valentines Challenge 2016.

436 words.  Rated: G

Can also be found on AO3.

When the Schuesters announced the Valentines party, Kurt and Blaine had immediately RSVP’d to go, however when the day arrived, Kurt was going to have to come separately from Blaine. Kurt had promised his father that he’d help out at the shop when he was done at McKinley for the day since Burt was understaffed. Blaine had offered to go help too, but Kurt insisted that it was fine and he’d be at the party as soon as he could.

Even though Blaine wasn’t facing the door, he felt as if he knew when Kurt had finally arrived. He turned to face the entryway, and the second he saw his husband, his face lit up.

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Klaine Advent 2015: 23

Klaine Advent 23: Wish (a three-part meditation on hopes and dreams)

3500 words; I completely lost control of this; the boys took over)

A. Fairy Tales

“…and they lived happily ever after.”

Blaine snuggled back against his Daddy’s broad chest. “I wish I could have a Prince Charming.”

The voice rumbled under his cheek as Mr. Anderson closed the book he’d been reading from. “Why do you say that, son?”

He sat up and spoke, looking earnestly into his Daddy’s blue eyes. “Because then all my wishes would come true, like for Cinderella.”

Mr. Anderson frowned, and, opening the book to a picture of the Fairy Godmother turning the pumpkin into a coach, said, “I thought SHE made Cinderella’s wishes come true.”

“No, Daddy. That’s just MAGIC. You need Prince Charming for the wishes.”

Mr. Anderson sat back and studied his 6-year-old son’s eager face. “Maybe YOU could be Prince Charming.”

“But then it wouldn’t be MY story.”


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I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing- Klaine Valentines Challenge One Shot

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by MrsCriss2012

Kurt and Blaine bring their baby daughter home for the first time (follows canon events from season 6).

Words: 1133, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

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