king child

Stephen King’s IT (1990) - Emily Perkins (Beverly Marsh), Seth Green (Richie Tozier), Tim Curry (Pennywise), Ben Heller (Stanley Uris), Jonathan Brandis (Bill Denbrough), Brandon Crane (Ben Hanscom), Marlon Tayler (Mike Hanlon) and Adam Faraizl (Eddie Kaspbrak)


Jeremy: And despite all of their bitching they sung along to all the songs anyway.

Christine: Yeah and then you and Mike were making bedroom eyes at each other during “Love Will Find A Way”.

Rich: Not to mention you wouldn’t shut up about how much you loved Kovu for the entire movie lol

Jeremy: Wha? Hey!!

Michael: Yeah we know you’re a furry but do you have to make it so obvious?

Jeremy: I AM NOT–

Michael: Saying that you have a crush on Kovu immediately results in classifying you as a furry, Jer.

Jeremy: I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now


List of gender neutral names with meanings and origins:

So, I was going to send this as a message to @oabuckvu, but instead I thought I’d post this here since others may also find it helpful!


Addison- child of Adam- English
Adina- slender- Hebrew
Alby- from Alba- Latin
Ally- friend- English
Ash- ash tree clearing- English
Azra- pure- Israeli
Asa- physician- Hebrew
Arin- enlightened- Hebrew
Arlo- army, hill- old English or barberry tree- Spanish
Avery- elf ruler- English
Alex- defender of mankind- Greek
Arlen- promise, oath- Irish
Ambrose- immortal- Latin
Aspen- tree- English
August- dignity, vulnerable- German


Blaine- yellow- Scottish
Blake- blonde, dark- English
Bryce- swift- Celtic
Brooklyn- broken land- English
Bradley- clearing in a woods- English
Bailey- bailiff- English
Beck- brook, stream- Norse


Chyler- beloved- English
Cody- child of cuidightheach- English
Charlie- charles- English
Chris- christ- English
Coby- supplanter- Latin
Casey- brave- Gaelic
Corin- spear bearer- Irish
Cameron- crooked nose- Scottish
Colby- town, dark- Norse


Dakota- friend- Native American
Devon- poet- Irish
Delaney- descendent of the challenger- Irish
Drew- manly- English
Denham- habitation- English
Dael- knowledge of God- Hebrew
Danny- God has judged- Scottish


Ellis- Jehova is God- Greek
Ellery- from the elder tree island- English
Evan- youth warrior- Irish
Emery- brave, powerful- German
Eden- delight- Hebrew
Ellison- child of elder- English


Farron- iron grey- Anglo Saxon
Freddie- peaceful ruler- German
Frankie- free one- French
Fynn- river in Ghana- African
Finch- bird- English
Flynn- child of red hair- Irish


Gene- well born- English
Gale- cheerful, pleasant- English
Glade- shining- English
Glen- valley- Gaelic


Hollis- Holly tree dweller- English
Harlow- rock, army, hill- English
Halley- lived near a grove- English
Hadley- Heather field- English


Isa- devoted to God- Teutonic
Ives- archers bow- English
Iggy- firey one- English


Juniper- youth producing, evergreen- Latin
Jesse- gift- Hebrew
Jo- God is gracious- English/German/French
Joey- may Jehova add- Hebrew
Jordan- river flow- Macedonian
Jet- black gemstone- German


Kellam- at the ridges- Norse
Kelsey- from the ships island- English
Kendall- royal valley- English
Kai- sea- Hawaii


Logan- hollow- Scottish
Leslie- garden of holly- Scottish
Lee- dweller near the wood- English
Lane- path- English
Luca- bringer of light- Italy
Lirit- poetic- Hebrew
Lex- defender- Greek
Lakota- friends- Siouan


Mattie- strength in battle- German
Morgan- sea defender- English
Misha- God live- Russia
Max- greatest- Latin
Mattise- gift of god- French
Monroe- from the mouth of the river Roe- Irish


Newlyn- from the new spring- Celtic
Noel- Christmas- French
Nicky- victory- English
Nat- gift of god- English
Nova- chases butterfly- Native American


Oakley- from the oak tree meadow- English
Oak- tree- English


Perry- dwells by the pear tree- English
Piper- one who plays the pipe- Scandinavian
Pema- lotus- Tibetan
Puck- unknown meaning- Dutch
Parker- park keeper- English


Quinn- fifth- Irish
Quinta- fifth- Spanish


Reese- firey- Welsh
Rey- king- Spanish
Reed- red, clearing- English
Rune- secret- Norse
Rue- herb, regret- English
Rain- blessings- American
Riley- dweller by the Rye field- English
River- river- English
Rowan- red- Gaelic
Rory- red king- Gaelic
Ronson- child of ron- English


Sawyer- cuts timber- Celtic
Stevie- crown- English
Shiloh- owner- Hebrew
Sage- wise one- French
Saxon- knife- Teutonic
Sammy- bright sun- Finnish
Scout- to listen- French
Shane- gift from God- Irish


Tex- texas- American
Toni- worthy of praise- Latin
Theo- God given- Greek
Taylor- to cut- French
Tyne- a river in england- English
Tyler- maker of tiles- English
Terry- powerful ruler- English


Umber- shade- French


Wyatt- guide- English
Willow- graceful- English
Wynne- fair- English
Wren- song bird- English


Xen- religious- Japanese


Yael- mountain goat- Hebrew


Zen- meditative state- Japanese

anonymous asked:

What do you think rowan would be like as a father?

ooooh ok here we go I have a lot of thoughts after writing Circumstance (the princess in these headcanons is not the same as in my fic)

  • Rowan is the most protective father to ever protect
  • His and Aelin’s first child is a female, with silver and Ashryver eyes and delicately pointed ears and Rowan loves her with all of his heart
  • He calls her ‘his Ember’
  • The new princess is tiny and adorable and precious to everyone in the castle, especially the cadre
  • The males love to make fun of Rowan for his soft-heartedness towards his daughter, but they secretly love the girl just as much, and would protect her with their lives
  • Her first word is ‘daddy’ and King Rowan Whitethorn cries at the sound
  • Ember grows up a true princess, much like her mother did, but instead of her little burst of fire magic being repressed, Aelin and Rowan teach her to hone it and learn to love instead of fear her gift
  • As soon as she can hold a wooden sword, Aedion, Rowan, and the rest of the cadre have her training
  • She is absolutely adorable waving around the tiny weapon, but as she progresses, Ember becomes the prodigy that Rowan says might rival her mother 
  • The king loves teaching his little princess to fly in her small baby bird form, Aelin watching from the bottom of the tree in case she falls, because Rowan’s not taking any chances
  • But he’s also not going to go easy on her either
  • Pushing his daughter off the branch, Rowan wills a soft wind to lift the bird’s wings up and allow her to coast over the gusts, easily flapping and keeping to the air
  • Aelin has never seen Rowan smile as wide as he does when he shifts back, holding the tiny bird who landed his palm and telling Ember how proud he is of her
  • His own silver hair grown out long, Rowan allows his daughter to braid the strands - much to Aelin’s dismay as he never lets her do that - and when her hair is long enough, Ember practically begs her father to do it up
  • Needless to say Rowan becomes very proficient in hairstyling
  • While Aelin lets her daughter eat whatever she wants, Rowan is the one that pushes the plate of vegetables towards her at dinner, and makes sure she eats all of whats on her plate before she gets a slice of chocolate hazelnut cake
  • As Ember is an avid reader, Rowan and Aelin will snuggle up on either side of their daughter at bedtime, and take turns reading a story, using funny voices to make her laugh
  • Usually, Rowan will end up the last person awake, quietly reading the last chapter as the two most important people in his life snooze soundly cuddled up against him. It’s in those moments that Rowan thinks he is the happiest he’s ever been
  • As she grows up, Ember begins to travel on diplomacy meetings with her parents, and Rowan cannot stand all the Lords’ sons who dare look at his precious princess for more than two seconds
  • Aelin is constantly elbowing him in reprimand during meetings to stop scaring the Lordlings shitless
  • When the princess gets into disagreements with the queen, Rowan is endlessly conflicted between backing up his wife, or protecting his daughter from his wife’s wrath
  • Most of the time it’s a balance between the two, the king working as a mediator between the females
  • Eventually, even though the king prayed that the day would never come, the crown princess finds her mate
  • The two girls have a much easier love story than Rowan and Aelin, which they are grateful for, but it doesn’t stop each of the cadre males plus Aedion from going up to the poor female and threatening her that if she breaks their princess’ heart… 
  • None of them have to follow through on those threats however, as the princess and her mate marry soon after she turns 20
  • Ember asks her father one last time to do her hair for her wedding day, and Rowan has tears in his eyes as he does
  • Finally, he walks her down the aisle, and as they reach the end, and Rowan slips his daughter’s hand into the waiting palm of the woman she has chosen to love and spend the rest of her life with, he kisses her cheek
  • ‘I’m so proud of you, my little ember’