My mom did something similar when I was little, she’d always tell me to say “bread and butter”… from Wikipedia:
“Bread and butter” is a superstitious blessing or charm, typically said by young couples or friends walking together when they are forced to separate by an obstacle, such as a pole or another person. By saying the phrase, the bad luck of letting something come between them is thought to be averted. Both walkers must say the phrase, and if they do not do this, then a bitter quarrel is expected to occur. The concept derives from the difficulty of separating butter from bread once it has been spread – buttered bread cannot be “unbuttered”. Another phrase used in this way is “salt and pepper”.
There are several ways to look at how you can parent your child in astrology. This post will mainly focus on influences in the Houses, rather than the planets, even though the rest of your chart is very important to look at.
You may have interceptions in your Houses, to where these descriptions will not apply. If that is the case, then the descriptions below will be altered in a sense that there is an imbalance in a certain sign, and with the imbalance, there can be trouble or talent. Asking an astrologer to analyze those Houses will give you a better idea.
If you look at the signs ruling over each house, you will find that the sign at the 4th House will be opposing the sign at the 10th House, and will also neighbor the sign at 5th House. The sign at the 5th House will be inconjunct to the sign at 10th House, which will combine common elements between the two signs either harmoniously or disharmoniously, depending how you choose to channel that energy. The conflicting energies from the 5th and 10th House can also show the choices and factors that can play whether you want to have children or not at all. It is however, entirely possible to work with both energies.
Violet, Klaus and Sunny were intelligent children. Charming and resourceful, they had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky. Most everything that happened to them was rife with misfortune, misery and despair. I’m sorry to tell you this, but that’s how the story goes.
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Violet, Klaus and Sunny were intelligent children. Charming and resourceful, they had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky. Most everything that happened to them was rife with misfortune, misery and despair. I’m sorry to tell you this… but that’s how the story goes.
Jack took a sip and gave a small smile, “It’s good, daddy. But….”
“But?” Aaron questioned with a slight stern voice. It was beyond past Jack’s bedtime but he had insisted on staying up until Aaron came home and by the time that came, he had wanted some piping hot chocolate.
“I should have asked [y/n] to make it.” Jack mumbled softly, taking another sip.
Aaron chuckled, “Did I not make it like [y/n]?” You had been babysitting Jack for almost a year now, falling into the job on accident when you had substituted his class one day. Jack had adored you so much that he made Aaron hunt you down to become his new babysitter.
“No…[y/n] doesn’t use the packets, she makes it from scratch and adds big fluffy marshmallows.” Looking up at his father, he sighed. “I really like [y/n], daddy.”
“I’ll make sure to get her recipe.” Raising a brow, he nodded. “I like her too, buddy.”
Jack handed off his mug to his father, nestling into bed, he hesitantly spoke out. “Do you like her, like her?”
Tucking him in, “What do you mean, Jack?”
Yawning, Jack closed his eyes. “I wish she never had to leave. I wish she could be my second mommy.” Before Aaron could utter a response, Jack was fast asleep, dreaming about building a gigantic fort with you.
Pressing a kiss to his forehead, Aaron quietly left his room. His son’s last words were replaying in his head. Sure, he had found you to be attractive, it was one of the first things he had noticed when you had introduced yourself. He was stunned by your beauty and captivated by your charm involving children. Aaron noticed that kids gravitated towards you and Jack being no different.
Never had he thought about pursuing something with you until now. It was extremely important to him for Jack to like any woman he would bring into his life. And if he could guess, Jack would never like anyone more than he liked you.
Pulling out his phone, he dialed your number. “Hey, [y/n]. Sorry for calling, did I wake you? No, okay good. Oh no, no, Jack’s fine. Actually he just fell asleep, but I wanted to ask you something.”
If you are interested in stories with happy endings, you would be better off somewhere else. In this story, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle. […] Violet, Klaus, and Sunny were intelligent children, charming, and resourceful, they had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky, and most everything that happened to them was rife with misfortune, misery, and despair. I’m sorry to tell you this… but that is how the story goes.
Imagine the kid looks like a tiny cross between Yata and Fushimi too,
like it has Fushimi’s eyes and Yata’s hair and it’s a bit grumpy but
also has the sweetest brightest smile. When the kid first appears
Yata and Fushimi are so confused, like maybe they were chasing the
Strain down and it hit them both with its power, Fushimi tries to
throw up a Blue shield but he’s a moment too late and they both brace
for something terrible to happen. Instead there’s like a the sound of
a small tinkling bell and suddenly there’s this small child sitting
there in front of them sucking her thumb and being completely calm,
just staring at them with big blue eyes. Fushimi and Yata just stare
at each other for a moment, not sure what exactly happened here and
who the kid is. Yata walks over and kinda hesitantly asks the kid if
she’s lost, she stares at him for a long moment and then her eyes
light up and she smiles, Yata totally melts. Fushimi comes over
looking all stern, like this might be a trap Misaki don’t be taken in
so easily but then the child suddenly looks at him with shining eyes
and holds her arms out to him begging for a hug. Fushimi clicks his
tongue and complains that they should be going after the Strain not
playing with kids, but somehow he ends up picking the kid up anyway
and holding her.
They take the child back to Scepter 4 headquarters, Yata doesn’t
really want to send her there because he’s already having big brother
feelings and he doesn’t think Scepter 4 should be treating a kid like
some kind of science experiment they need to find out the origin of.
As soon as Munakata sees the child he’s highly intrigued, like he
looks at her and then at Fushimi and then at Yata and gives this big
knowing smile even though all he says is ‘oya, what have we here?’
Fushimi explains the situation, assuming still that the kid must be
some kind of weird Strain trick or maybe even the Strain itself
transformed. Munakata decides to take the kid to the infirmary for
tests, assuring a worried Yata that all they’re going to do is take
some blood samples and test her vitals and such. Fushimi says that
he’s going back to work in the meantime but Yata finds himself going
with the kid to the infirmary, holding her hand while she gets her
blood taken and everything. Once the tests are done Yata’s allowed to
take the kid with him as long as they don’t leave the building so he
takes her to the office to see Fushimi, Fushimi acts like they’re
both bugging him with their presence but Yata catches him smiling
when the girl holds her arms out to him. Fushimi is trying to act
like he’s not enjoying the child when Munakata shows up with this
great big smile and an envelope, informing them that they did a DNA
test and the results are quite interesting: the child’s genetic
makeup is such that she could be the biological child of both Fushimi
and Yata. They’re both like what the fuck in perfect unison, Munakata
reaches over and covers the child’s ears.
So since the kid is technically their child and there’s no one to
watch her until the power wears off Fushimi and Yata are allowed to
take her home to their own apartment. Fushimi for his part doesn’t
want much to do with the child and Yata has no idea why, like he’s
already totally charmed by this cute kid who kinda reminds him of
Saru sometimes, especially when she pouts (but her temper is all
Yata, as he finds when she tries to grab one of Fushimi’s knives and
he takes it away from her). Fushimi spends the entire time just
trying not to be won over, like I think more than Yata he would be
really keenly aware that this kid is probably going to disappear
eventually and he doesn’t want to get attached. Slowly he gets won
over though, like Yata makes them both dinner and the girl climbs
into his lap, Yata laughs and slides Fushimi the softer foods he made
for the kid and suggests Fushimi help feed her. Fushimi clicks his
tongue but the girl just turns and looks up at him and he starts
feeding her anyway. Then before bed Yata drags both the girl and
Fushimi into the bathroom, Fushimi ends up in the bath tub with the
girl and a lot of bubbles while Yata helps them both wash their hair.
Afterward Fushimi goes into the living room to get some work done,
when he comes back to the bedroom Yata and the girl are both asleep
on the bed cuddled together. Fushimi steps towards them and he keeps
reminding himself that this isn’t permanent, he shouldn’t get
attached, but he can’t stop himself from lying down next to them and
wrapping his arms around them both. (And then he wakes up with just
Yata in his arms and a text from Awashima saying they caught the
Strain. Yata’s really bummed that the girl is gone but Fushimi just
coldly says it was inevitable wasn’t it, she was a fake person after
all. Yata starts to yell at him, angry, but then he notices that
Fushimi’s face is turned away and there’s a definite shake in his
shoulders and Yata just hugs him instead.)
Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire were intelligent children. Charming, and resourceful, they had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky. Most everything that happened to them was rife with misfortune, misery, and despair. I’m sorry to tell you this… but that’s how the story goes.
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