If you’re still doing the prompt list: “Don’t cry. Everything’s going to be okay.” Ladrien (because Ladrien is best ship) ✨
Ladrien is such a beautiful ship. It is the sweet, blushy ship and I love it. <3
“Don’t cry,” Adrien said, hands waving over Ladybug’s hunched form helplessly. “Everything’s going to be okay.”
She sniffled and wiped at her nose with a disgusted sigh. “I’m sorry. I don’t usually get like this. Today has just really sucked.”
“Everyone has bad days.”
“Even handsome models?”
Adrien blushed and Ladybug covered her face. “I can’t believe I just said that,” she groaned.
He laughed, pulling her hands away. Her skin was mottled and her eyes red from crying. “Even big dorks,” he amended.
“You aren’t a dork,” she pouted.
He laughed again and it was a warm sound that filled Ladybug’s heart. “I’m a huge dork but it can be our little secret.”
She smiled. “I won’t tell anyone, promise.”
“Good,” he nodded, face serious. “That’s important information that can’t get out.”
Ladybug giggled and primly wiped at her nose with a tissue.
“See? That’s better,” Adrien smiled. “Why don’t you tell me what happened to make today suck so much?”
“There wasn’t even one big thing,” she huffed, throwing her hand up. “It was just a lot of little sucky things that culminated into one big sucky feeling and bleh.”
“Very eloquent,” he teased. “What can I do to make today less sucky?” He glanced at the clock on his bedroom wall. “Well, what’s left of today anyway.”
“It’s late. You probably want to get back to sleep.” Ladybug tried to stand but Adrien gently grabbed her hand.
“I’d love it if you stayed a bit longer, if you’re up to it, that is,” he said, face hopeful.
“How could anyone say no to you?” She sat back down on the couch beside him.
“It actually happens quite a bit,” he replied with a wry smile. “Now what can I do to make today less sucky?”
“You’ve already done it,” Ladybug said softly, glancing down at their joined hands.
Adrien’s gaze followed hers and his cheeks warmed. “I’m so glad you came by.”
“I am too.”
“I kinda had a sucky day too,” he admitted, “but now that’s not what I’m going to remember about today.”
Ladybug felt her breath catch in her chest. “It isn’t?”
“No,” he replied, voice quiet as he rubbed his thumb across the back of her gloved hand. “I’m going to remember today as a very good day.”