You’ve been fighting bad guys for years without a break. When I met you all those years ago, you had nothing but walls around you to protect you. But since then, with Henry and your family and Hook, those walls are down. Isn’t that a good thing?Of course it is, but it also let in all the collateral damage of all that fighting.
is a single dad just trying to raise his little girl right. You’re a single mom
in a new town doing your best to stay up with a rambunctious toddler. When your
kids become friends on the first day of kindergarten, where will it lead you
Author’s Note: Here it is! I didn’t expect to have the second part out so soon, but once I started writing it, I just couldn’t stop. I really hope you guys like it! Enjoy ;)
The weeks seemed to fly by. Between work and Henry,
everything passed so quickly that I felt like I had whiplash by the time I
found myself walking into Henry’s classroom for my first parent-teacher
conference. It had snuck up on me so fast that I hadn’t even had time to find a
babysitter, having to ask Derek to step in as an emergency. Thankfully he had
no problem spending a couple hours with Henry, and I knew that Henry would
definitely be excited to have some guy time.
“Ms. Y/L/N! How are you? Please, have a seat,” Lydia said as
I walked into the room. I smiled and sat across from her.
“I’m doing alright, just been busy with Henry, thank you for
Monokuma: I have a surprise waiting for you after this next test. Telling you would spoil the surprise, so I’ll just give you a hint: It involves meeting two people you haven’t seen in a long time.
Monokuma: Initiating surprise in three… two… one.
[Confetti sprays everywhere, but Peko’s parents are not there.]
Monokuma: I made it all up. Surprise.
[Peko stabs things in annoyance.]
Monokuma: Oh come on… If it makes you feel any better, they abandoned you at birth, so I very seriously doubt they’d even want to see you.
Monokuma: I feel awful about that surprise. Tell you what, let’s give your parents a call right now. [phone ringing] The birth parents you are trying to reach do not love you. Please hang up. [Dial tone]. Oh, that’s sad. But impressive. Maybe they worked at the phone company.