anonymous asked:

More about their fourth baby in soldier verse please! :)

Continuation from his post here

To say their other children had been shocked when they heard the news would be an understatement. Regina didn’t know if a word existed for a state beyond shocked but she knew her children experienced it when she and Robin announced her fourth pregnancy. 

At first, they thought it was a joke. Only Jacinda seemed to believe it was the truth, jumping up to hug and congratulate Regina. She promised to help in whatever way she could from New York, which touched Regina immensely. They then exchanged some information, including how far along she was and her due date. 

Diana then asked if they had a sonogram. Robin pulled it out of his wallet and showed it to their daughter, who let out a squeal. She then teased her parents: “You had to wait until I was an adult before finally giving me a baby brother or sister? I asked when I was four.” 

Regina laughed, hugging her daughter. “Well, better late than never, right?” 

“I can’t believe this is happened,” Henry said, standing to hug her as well, “but congrats, Mom.” 

“Don’t worry. We’ll help you take good care of our new brother or sister. We Locksleys stick together,” Roland said, hugging her as well. 

Robin laughed as he and Andy joined the family hug. He met Regina’s eyes and she knew he was thinking the same thing she was: 

Their fourth child certainly was going to be very loved. 

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#you can’t close a chapter on this show without one last hope speech from Snow White

“This isn’t the end. I mean, maybe of this book, but it isn’t ‘the end’ end. Now we get to see what’s next. 

Believing in even the possibility of a happy ending is a powerful thing, but living with that kind of belief? That’s the most powerful thing of all. That’s hope.

So you ask, what now? Now we get to keep going on. We get to keep doing what we love. With the people we love. An ending isn’t happiness. Being together is.” 

  • Fanfiction: *gives me feelings*
  • The next fanfiction: *appears*
  • Me: *clicks on the damn thing because I gotta*

Not enough positive things are being said about the way therapy is being portrayed on Once Upon A Time. Literally almost every single character, every single strong hero, has gone to see Archie at some point to talk through some of their feelings. And then when a character tells another character they went to a therapy session, there’s usually nothing but support, love, and concern from that other character. That’s what real life should be like. Say what you want about my favourite show, but if there’s something it’s getting right, it’s this.