HEYYO SUNSHINE! So, IT HAS BEEN WAY TOO LONG FIRSTLY OKAY NEXT. I love love LOOOVE meet the Robinsons. It's such a good movie yeah? And sooo I was thinking what would happen if the voltron family watched it.. Would tissues be a must? would it be the first time? Would they have blankets and different snacks for each person? Would they watch it in their huge living rooom???? Hmm sunshine?? Hmm?? Okaaay that's all! Love you.... Stay hydrated and you better be resting your back when you can 💛💞
[The Voltron Family] During dinner, little Lance mentioned that “Meet The Robinsons” was the Disney Channel movie for the night on TV. So the family agreed to watching it together before going to bed.
The kids raced to the second floor living room where they would watch. Lance was winning while Pidge was trying to run as fast as her brothers.
“Be careful, honey!” Shiro called out to Pidge as he gathered the plates.
“Let’s go, Daddies! It’s going to start soon!” Lance shouted.
“We should just wash the dishes later,” Keith smiled, taking Shiro’s hand to drag him to the stairs. He took a box of tissues along the way. “Just in case. You know how that movie ended.”
Shiro shook his head. “Actually, I haven’t watched the movie at all.”
“Oh god,” Keith giggled. “You’re in it for a wild ride,” he added as he grabbed another box of tissues which Shiro pouted at. “I know how much you cry, babe. You need one box just for your tears.”
The movie started and the kids were in the middle while Shiro and Keith were at the opposite ends.
Keith noticed how much the kids tried to stop their tears when Lewis mentioned that he had 124 adoption interviews and every time he got rejected. So he slowly slid the box to Hunk who got a tissue silently and passed it around. Keith looked over at Shiro and his box was already opened and he had a crumpled tissue on his hand.
“Why are they not adopting him?” Shiro muttered, looking so heartbroken.
Keith smiled and then returned his attention on the TV. The kids laughed when Wilbur, the kid from the future, arrived.
“He looks so silly. Fruithead,” Pidge laughed, pointing at Lewis who had a hat full of fruits. “I want one, Daddy Shiro!” They laughed too many times when the funny scenes came on.
“Oh my gosh!” Lance gasped at the reveal. “He’s his Daddy!! I knew it!!”
“No, you didn’t.” Pidge rolled her eyes.
More crying were heard when Lewis and Wilbur went back in time to see Lewis’ mother. And then Lance and Shiro cried even more when Lewis didn’t tap his mother, he just let his mom leave him by the door of the orphanage despite his goal of making her not leave him.
“Oh god,” Shiro let out. “He was the one who knocked on that door relentlessly in the end. What a beautiful plot twist.” He smiled as tears fell down his face then he grabbed a tissue to wipe them.
Crying turned into gross sobbing and even Keith couldn’t help himself but cry along when Lewis finally got adopted by the family he’d spent his time with in the future. It didn’t help either that the background music was beautiful when Lewis and his new Mom and Dad showed him his work space that would soon be filled with his inventions.
“Keith, you’re crying,” Shiro laughed.
“Say that to me when you’re not a sobbing mess,” Keith said, offended.
“I’m not even hiding my tears! I’ve been crying the whole time!”
“I am aware,” Keith rolled his eyes fondly, grabbing a tissue and throwing it at his husband who just laughed even harder.
When the movie was done, the kids all went to bed. Keith was in charge of Hunk while Shiro brought a crying Pidge and Lance to their rooms.
“You’ve been awfully quiet the entire movie, sweetheart,” Keith said softly as he tucked in Hunk. “Didn’t you like the movie?”
Hunk shook his head quickly. “No, no, I loved it. It’s just…”
“What is it?” Keith asked as he sat on the bed.
The little boy closed his eyes and said, “I’ve had 30 adoption interviews and…” Hunk didn’t finished as he began crying.
Keith frowned as he hugged his son.
“I thought I wasn’t gonna get adopted because of the colour of my skin,” Hunk cried on. “No one wants a brown kid.”
“Hey, your skin is beautiful, Hunk. Don’t you ever think so otherwise.”
Keith felt Hunk’s tears fall on his arm, but his boy continued, “Thirty is a huge number and I’m really sad Lewis had 124 but he got the best family in the end. I’m glad you and Daddy Shiro adopted us. That orphans like me, Lance and Pidge get another chance of having a family.” Hunk smiled.
“I’m happy too, baby,” Keith kissed Hunk’s head, hugging him tighter.
“Daddy, would you have adopted Lewis?” Hunk asked hopefully.
“In a heartbeat,” Keith answered. “Would’ve signed the papers immediately.”