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The Kids Are Alright (Part 2)

Originally posted by insidemyvisualmind

Summary: Stiles 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 and Stiles?

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 ;)

Warnings: Language; awkwardness

Tags: @peace-full-mind (I forgot them last time, sorry!)

Part 1

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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 asking.”

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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.

[Later]

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.