I can’t see Albus willingly walking into Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop, even for Scorpius, so instead I like to think he stole his brother’s invisibility cloak and whisked Scorpius away on a late night date to the lake. It included a picnic (which was 100% sweets and cakes) and stargazing, because sometimes the most magical moments require no magic at all ♥︎
That’s right. I hate fall but APH Lithuania sure doesn’t so I’ve compiled some cozy, fuzzy headcanons to commemorate our sweater boy.
1) Liet has an uncanny talent for soothing babies. He sees a strung-out mom on the metro and offers to hold her baby because he’s a portable bassinet and let’s be real he just wants to be a cool dad. Instant naptime.
2) Champion of the how-many-dogs-can-I-fit-on-the-bed-before-I-end-up-on-the-couch game.
3) Lithuania’s one of those readers who enjoys nestling down with a good book next to the stove on a chilly, grey day – but he’s also one of those readers who clocks out after about 10 min (because we all know he’s not actually sleeping when he should be).
4) In public? the image of proper business attire: polished shoes, impeccable tie, tailored suit, even a secret pocket protector because he’s a nerd. At home? all flannel pullovers and sweaters and denim because jeans weren’t a thing in the Soviet Union and he’s living it up now lemme tell you.
*and when I say home I mean a cozy little cabin in the countryside where no one will find him after business hours. If he’s not in his Vilnius residence consider him gone. GONE.
5) He still catches himself talking to the fireplace because those old pagan habits die hard.
6) During the fall he tends to take on the scent of baked bread, spices, and mulled wine because he is Kitchen King but he also takes on the scent of wood stove because he’s cheap and no one will ever convince him that central heat is worth the investment no one.
7) The sweater situation. is very bad. The 80s never really ended for him and he’s just lucky that alpaca sweaters have recently recirculated into fashion. Now he thinks he’s a trend setter. Poland disagrees.
Do you ever feel like some people would rather not hear from you? Like they groan, “Oh, it’s [your name]”, when they see you’ve messaged or called. All we want is someone to say, “Oh, it’s [your name]!”, in excitation instead of exasperation.