this took a while reblog for the children

Dance With Me

Commission for @shadoouge! She asked for a fluffy one-shot based on her art of Nalu’s kids, which you can find here! It is absolutely lovely, and she is a great artist! Her art is so cute! <3

I hope you enjoy, my dear! I added a couple of extra words for you at no charge since I enjoyed this idea so much! <3 


pairing: nalu

type: fluff one-shot

characters: natsu, lucy, and their children

word count: 1133



“Long day?” Natsu asked as Lucy groaned, kicking off her shoes and settling into the couch in the living room with a long sigh.

“Tell me about it. First I do the report that my boss wanted me to finish, but he said that it wasn’t good enough and sent me back to write it over again! And then my lunch was spoiled, Levy wasn’t there for me to rant to, and a couple of my coworkers were being rude to me,” Lucy said, leaning back into the couch and tipping her head back to touch the cushion.

“I know something that will cheer you up, Luce,” he said, turning on the music and taking her hand. Natsu grinned as he twirled Lucy around the room, letting out a chuckle when she accidentally stepped on his feet. The radio played a classical tune, which was Lucy’s favorite. He had planned this before she got home from work, and she was excited for their dancing time.

“Sorry!” she said as she was spun once again, and she squealed when he dipped her low and kissed her firmly. His lips felt like magic to her, and they indulged in their kisses for a few moments. Natsu also loved kissing his wife as her mouth knew how to work wonders.

When they broke apart, Lucy smiled softly. Natsu was almost as shocked from her beautiful smile as he was from the electricity of her kiss. Leaning in to give her one last peck, Lucy closed her eyes slowly as Natsu appoached. Their lips drew closer, and Lucy could feel the heat of his breath on her face. She pushed herself toward him, waiting for their lips to connect in bliss–

“Ew!” a tiny voice said, and Lucy let out the tiniest breath and opened her eyes before turning to their daughter. The small girl of three’s eyes were shut tightly and her tongue out in disgust.

“Nashi,” Natsu began gently, dropping to his knees to look his small daughter in the eyes, “What did we say about interrupting mom and dad’s dancing time?”

“That it might lead to more than dancing,” the girl answered, hopping up and down when she got the right answer. Plue followed behind her and let out his signature catch phrase.

“Natsu! You said that to Nashi?” Lucy smacked her husband on the head, and Natsu groaned at the pain.

“Well, she has to know about it somehow,” he said, rubbing the sore spot now.

“Yes, but not at three years old!” Lucy pouted, crossing her arms over her chest and turning away from Natsu.

He ran a hand through his rose locks. Uh-oh, she was mad. And he had to remedy this situation somehow.

“Nashi,” he said after thinking of a solution, “Let’s play the tickle game.”

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Anonymous said: What do you guys think about your kids?

  DD: Aradia’s a good kid, real smart.
HB: He needs t’ stick up more for himself (an’ talk t’ girls more) but Tavros ain’t a bad kid. ‘Wonder why he likes fairies so damn much though…
CD: Ooh, Sollux is so great!! He’s real smart, and he’s great with computers!! And he pushes me on the swings at the park!!
SS: Karkat I guess ain’t so bad… when he’s not bein’ a PISSY LITTLE SHIT. ((Mun Note: I’d like to apologize for taking a while on this ask, this is my first time seriously drawing the troll kids/stabdad kids so it took me a while to get everyone down. I hope that they look alright!  We’ve also reached nearly 170 followers on this blog!  Thank you so much for following us and favoriting and reblogging our posts, and thank you for all the great asks we’ve gotten so far!))
Feel Good Friday

thelushieemily’s Submission:

things not so sucky about adhd

-creative af

-resilient

-and super understanding of other non-neurotypical people

Anonymous’s Submission:

I took a special education class over the semester, and the final exam was to take a disability learned about in class and talk about it. I decided to write about ADHD, since I have it and BAM I aced that test thanks to my ADHD. Who knew!

Anonymous’s Submission:

Sometimes, i find it really easy to think outside the box or come to a strange conclusion that is right because of my adhd :)

kaewaii’s Submission:

Having adhd has been a good way for me to understand people who are neurodivergent in other ways. I also learned to accept a lot about myself that id been shamed for in the past. Having the diagnosis in itself is a healing thing.

usagiwaffles’s Submission:

My hyperfixation on different videogames helped lead me to realize that I have a passion for character design, and now I plan to pursue character design for videogames or animation as a career!

Sarah’s Submission:

because of a combination of ADHD & a particularly oppositional childhood personality, I often refused whatever we were studying in school, and so now have a completely different set of knowledge than most people around me. I would think, NO, can’t focus on the US civil war AGAIN. Going to study *arbitrarily selected map location* instead. Having a wildly different knowledge base means you always have something to teach & something to learn from the people around you.

baby-dont-save-me’s Submission:

I was recently diagnosed with inattentive ADHD at the age of 20 after I was struggling through my third year of university. Despite all the anxiety, panic attacks, late assignments, missed appointments, disorganization, loud/distracting thoughts and painful hours spent trying to study my ADHD has caused me…I don’t think I would be myself without it because ADHD also gives me the ability to be extraordinarily creative, a great problem solver, a leader and work well in crisis situations. From a very young age I gravitated towards children who seemed to be different (possibly because I was different too?) and made sure everyone felt included. I started to work with children who had autism spectrum disorder and found my place in this world. I truly believe my ADHD gives me the ability to communicate and problem solve with individuals on the autism spectrum. The feeling I get when I help my clients and their families cannot be described in words. It took me a while to accept my neuroatypical brain but I now I wouldn’t have it any other way.

We’ll do it again next Friday. Please feel free to reblog and discuss how you experience the things people are talking about in this post. Do you also find them helpful or at least “not horrible”? If you think of something between now and Friday, please send it in and mark it for FGF!

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of course! idc if you’re on anon or not :> thank you for the ask!

29. The Pokemon I’d have IRL if Pokemon were real

it took me a while to decide cause most of my faves are like… rare, huge, dangerous to small children, sharp, venomous, on fire, etc… ie they would not be practical to own irl at all ;v; but I would definitely have an Espeon!

(also I tried doing some lineless art! it was pretty fun ‘v’)