Emma Bloom Headcanons
(Author’s Note: this was a request by @kuronekonotamashii //this was fun pps enjoy//)
- Emma is a strong woman. One who becomes brave for others. She has thick skin, which is why it’s very hard to pay attention to who she really is. She’s soft inside. Cares too much. Thinks too much. But she’ll do whatever it takes not to confuse those who are already scared.
- She grits her teeth a lot. She’d grown a habit from it from trying to hold back rage from the people who had treated her like a circus animal. Emma cracks her knuckles and fingers a lot which she had developed from trying to stop the ‘evil fires’ that emitted from her hand, until Miss Peregrine told her how beautiful, unique and important she was. Miss Peregrine had always been her mother until then.
- When she’s cheerful, she likes humming a tune or softly singing, because she doesn’t want anyone to hear. She laughs easily when she’s in the mood to talk and socialize and her laugh makes the boots of everyone else lighter. They like listening to her happy.
- Her huge 'brother’ is Hugh. He’s proud and talkative but she learned to find a spot in him that seemed so much like her. Hugh then saw her as a sister he should protect, which is why his breath gets uneasy everytime Jacob kisses her.
- Emma actually likes wearing Jacob’s clothes. She fit into today’s century so well when she’s a century old. She becomes very fuzzy and cozy wearing his oversized flannels and jackets. She’s an amazing cuddler. But it’s pretty difficult to get it out of her.
- She doesn’t like people who let out their anger on others, so she doesn’t. She burns dying trees or branches and makes the crackle so loud, it’s enough to drown her audible sobbing. She had only been seen once and that’s when everybody started to take in to consider the human side of her, one with actual contained emotions.
- She swears a lot. But makes sure Miss Peregrine doesn’t hear.
- Emma is a realist most of the time, but like the motherly friend she is, she’s learned to be optimistic for everyone else, for her peculiar family.
- If she would be a character of this generation, she’d be classified under 'the type of girls you read in books’.