“H-have you seen my mommy?” the small girl asked, tugging at the other person’s sleeve, small tears brimming her eyes. “S-she’s kinda short, with brown hair and brown eyes, a-and she’s really really pretty.”
Sdr looked outside her window and saw that some cherry blossom trees. With the gentle spring wind carrying some petals in the air, it looked peaceful. And instantly, Negi popped up in her mind. She thought that he would love to see this and be with her on this nice sunny day. So she got ready and began to walk to the Academy. She knew that he was teaching, but she thought that maybe he could have a moment to talk.
After arriving on campus, she walked to his classroom and waited out in the hallway.
Imagine Stiles getting your guys’ children hooked on Star Wars - Requested by Anonymous
Another long shift had meant that you were the last one into the house. You put your key in the lock, pulled open the door and called the usual ‘Hey,’ to see where everyone was. But, this evening no cherry reply came. Neither Anna nor Billy came running to hug you around the knees and let you know how well they’d done.
You dumped your bag on the floor and walked a little further into the house, expecting to hear Stiles moving around in the kitchen, setting up the dinner because he’d promised that he was going to make a quick pasta for you when you got in. But there was no sign of that.
It wasn’t until you reached the living door that you realised what was going on. Stiles was sorting out the DVD player as the kids played lightsabre fights with the tubes from the wrapping paper. Anna was jumping on the sofa, trying to avoid a swig from her older brother as he tripped over something.
‘Hey, be careful,’ said Stiles, looking up as the disc was taken in by the machine. ‘Oh, hello, (Y/n)!’
The kids dropped their makeshift lightsabres and looked towards you. There was a slight look of panic behind Anna’s eyes, as if she were afraid of being told off, while Billy just looked at his feet, trying to avoid your gaze while mumbling about something or another,
‘It’s all right,’ you assured them, a bright smile slipping quickly onto your face, ‘I was just gonna ask where my one was!’
The duo chuckled, scrambling to pick up their weapons as the DVD began to work.
‘So, this is the third time this month?’ you asked, moving to stand beside Stiles as he ducked away from an attack by Billy.
‘It’s better than story time,’ he said simply, dramatically clutching at his heart though and falling to the floor.
‘And what about dinner time?’ you asked, raising an eyebrow as Stiles finally collapsed on the floor – making a very dramatic show of the whole thing.
He slowly opened an eye. ‘Ah,’ he said, reminding you of all the times you’d been caught at crime scenes by his dad.
You chuckled, moving to ruffle Billy’s hair as the title screen popped up.
‘How about we order pizza?’ you suggested, gaining a loud cheer from everyone.
Anna ran to hug you around the knees. ‘Is it someone’s birthday?’ she asked, looking up at you with wide, honey-coloured eyes that she’d inherited from her dad.
You chuckled, sharing a small smirk with Stiles.
‘Well, I’ll say it is,’ he said quickly, grinning as the duo looked at him with raised eyebrows. ‘It’s May the forth!’ the kids didn’t seem to be sharing in his excitement.
‘Yeah,’ said Billy slowly, his brow furrowing in confusion, ‘we know that – it’s on the board.’
You crouched between the two of them. ‘Ah, but it’s Star Wars day. May the forth be with you!’ you explained, chuckling though.
The duo giggled, shaking their heads at how terrible the joke was. But they appreciated it. Sometimes you wondered what would have happened to all the terrible puns Stiles had kept if he hadn’t of got the children hooked on Star Wars, but you were glad you never had to find out.
A/N: Gif credit goes to the respective owners, I just found them on Google.