Can I ask for a designation miracle one shot were the miracles (including hinata, if possible) have nightmares and their teams/boyfriends/gardiens are there to make them feel better?
Hinata doesn’t get nightmares all that often—he usually dreams about flying, or volleyball, or sometimes flying while playing volleyball—and when he does get nightmares, they’re usually just memories.
The first time he has a nightmare at the Hinatas, both Kousei and Sawako wake him up.
“Shou-chan, are you alright?”
And the nightmare disappears with their faces, and he can’t even remember what it is he’d been dreaming about. “Yeah,” he says.
“You were—distressed,” Kousei says. “Were you dreaming about—”
He doesn’t know how to finish that sentence and Hinata doesn’t either. “I can’t remember,” he says honestly.
They stay in his room that night, the both of them, and he sleeps very peacefully.
“Hey, Shouyou, Shouyou!”
Hinata jerks awake, only to have Nishinoya’s face right next to his, which causes him to flail some more. He’d shout but Nishinoya’s hand claps down over his mouth. “Were you having a nightmare? You were sorta whimpering.”
Hinata remembers dreaming about Room 101, and he feels like it can’t really be a nightmare, because nightmares are things that didn’t actually happen. They can’t be nightmares if they’re memories. Probably. “No,” he says.
“Oh. Were you homesick? ‘Cuz that happens.”
“No! I’m not a baby!” Hinata says indignantly.
“It’s ‘sok,” Ennoshita says in the dark, and a hand pats his head. “I was homesick too my first time.”
“But I’m not!” he protests.
“Nothing to be ashamed about,” Nishinoya says, and he settles back into his own mat. “And if you’re dreaming about monsters, we’ll kick their butts.”
“I wasn’t,” Hinata sulks, but he falls back asleep to the sounds of Karasuno snoring and he doesn’t have any more dreams the rest of the camp.
After they start dating, it is not unusual for Hinata and Kageyama to spend the night at each other’s houses. Kageyama’s parents don’t seem to mind on grounds of it’s usually after practice and both boys are too exhausted to actually do anything and Hinata’s parents don’t seem to mind because they have a standing rule that Kageyama can absolutely sleep in Hinata’s room, so long as Natsu does too. (Natsu is a remarkably effective chaperone against indecent behavior).
“Hey, hey, Kageyama,” Hinata says, drowsily (because Kageyama’s parents are right—they’re usually way too tired to actually do anything).
“What, dumbass?” Kageyama grumps.
“Do I ever have nightmares?”
“Like, do I ever wake you up because of—noises?”
“There was that time you woke me up by hitting me on the head,” Kageyama says pointedly.
“Right, because I was spiking in my sleep,” Hinata says, “And then you tried to smother me with a pillow.”
“Which was justifiable,” Kageyama says. Hinata agrees but doesn’t say so—Kageyama had actually been remarkably understanding after the attempted smothering (dreams about volleyball being an acceptable sort of reason for hitting him on the head).
“No,” Kageyama says, and his arm around Hinata is warm and comforting and firm. “You always look really nice when you sleep.”
“Oh, OK.” Hinata nestles in, thinking that it can only mean good things if he doesn’t have nightmares around Kageyama, and then he blinks awake and says, “Wait, how often do you watch me sleep?”
“Shut up, dumbass, or I’ll smother you with a pillow again.”
A/N: Thanks for the prompt, anon-friend! As I have been saying A LOT lately (because I am making more of an effort to respond to the ones I’ve had forever) I am SO sorry for how long it has taken me to get to this prompt. My new policy was to only focus on one Miracle for requests regarding all the Miracles and since you specifically mentioned Hinata, I focused on Hinata. Thanks again and sorry it’s been forever!!!
Also posting this one as a belated, “Happy Birthday, Hinata!”