Could you write an asexual Percy that wants kids so he and Annabeth have brain babies using special child of Athena powers? Please and Thank you.
Percy looked over at Annabeth who was reading her book as he watched some TV in bed. He’s been having one thing on his mind for awhile and hoped his wife would be willing to help him figure out what to do.
He turned off the TV and Annabeth glanced at him for a moment before going back to her book.
“Annabeth, can we talk?” He asked.
Annabeth bookmarked her page with her owl bookmark Percy got for her as a birthday gift. She looked at him with slight concern.
“What do you want to talk about?” She asked.
“I want kids.” He replied. “I really want kids.”
“Percy, you know babies are made by having sex, right?” She asked.
“I know.” He sighed. “They won’t be my biological kids but there are other options, sperm banks and adoption.”
Annabeth moved over and hugged her husband close. She knew having sex wasn’t an option for Percy and wanting kids was a big deal. It would cost them a lot of money either for adoption or getting sperm for her.
“I want kids too.” She replied. “Maybe adoption would be best, that way the kid doesn’t have any of our characteristics.”
“You sure you don’t want a kid with your blonde hair or gray eyes? Or your brains?” He asked. “Our kid would be smart.”
She smiled, thinking about a possible child that would have her and Percy’s qualities. “But you know what would be even better? If the kid had your beautiful green eyes.”
“It’s just fun to imagine.” She replied. “I do think about what our kids would be like. What if they had my hair and your eyes?”
“A blonde with green eyes? What about my black hair and your gray eyes? And your brains with my humor.”
“Then we would be in trouble.” She smiled.
He wrapped his arms around her, holding her close. Thinking about a kid that would be a mixture of the two of them. When he was younger, he thought his friend Sadie Carter would look like the child him and Annabeth would have.
“We would handle them.” He replied. “We work great together.”
Annabeth looked up at him with a smile. “So, our child would have my brains, your humor, your green eyes, and my blonde hair?”
“Why are you so set on the eyes?” He asked.
“Because, your eyes are much more prettier to look at.” She yawned. “But can the kid talk wait until tomorrow?”
“Yeah. That would be a good idea.” He replied with a slight smile.