year of birth missing


I’ve got some news, I’m pregnant.

I took a test today and I’m just shocked. When? I’ve been on birth control for over a year now, I’ve never missed a week. I don’t know, I was with my good friends, Margo and Courtney when it happened.

“Shit, Oh, shit, It’s Positive. How am I gonna tell Jonas?”

“Calm Down, Lelly. It’s gonna be fine.”

“Marg, I don’t even know when it happened. The only time I can think of is when I switched medicines and was off of the pill for two weeks before I could start my new one.”

“Wasn’t that like, 6 or 7 months ago?”

“Yeah. Ugh, How did I not know until now?! I’m so stupid. People even tried to tell me but I was too naive.”

“Don’t blame yourself, Lelly. I’m a mother of five, do you think I planned for all of them? No! I had Avery in college!”

“Thanks, Margo. I just really feel like shit right now. It’s probably the baby, destroying my insides.”


I wouldn’t know where to begin as a mother, I, barely, can take care of myself and Jonas. I’ve got to pull myself together. If I can walk, 11 hours straight in 8 inch platforms, I can be a mom.

Keep Dreaming!

All For This Family

Summary: Stan had to keep a low profile away from his remaining family, and he had managed to for years. But he just couldn’t miss the birth of those twins. And thankfully for all involved, he was there.

(Featuring @thewittyarsonist‘s names for Dad and Mom Pines, Lex and Mich, because those are the names stuck in my head now.)

Word Count: 3,592

Genre: Family, Drama, Fluff, Hurt/Comfort, Angst

This particular fic revolves around Grunkle4Grandpa. Don’t like it, don’t read it.

Naturally, I was inspired by this little revelation in the Gravity Falls 3DS game, Legend of the Gnome Gemulets. Enjoy.

“Uncle Stan, it’s happening! She’s fully dilated!”

Stan Pines threw down the newest issue of Gold Chains for Middle-Aged Men and leapt up from the waiting room seat, bounding towards the door to the delivery room. Lex Pines shut it quickly behind Stan before flying back across the room to his wife. Boy, lots of stuff’s changed since the last time I was in one of these. But Stan didn’t dare say that aloud.

“Alright Michelle, I’m gonna need you to start pushing,” the midwife coaxed firmly yet gently to the panting woman propped up in the hospital bed, her brown hair soaked in sweat. Even Lex wiped his own forehead dry as he latched both of his hands around hers.

“Lex…I don’t know…if…I can do one…let alone two–”

“You can do this, Mich, I believe in you. Uncle Stan believes in you. He even brought some good luck trinkets from the Mystery Shack.”

“Honey, you know those things are fake, right?”

“One hundred percent crap, I’m just trying to make you feel better.” Lex leaned in closer, kissing her forehead. “Mich, our twins are ready,” he said earnestly, and Stan’s throat constricted for just a moment. “They’re ready to be born. Don’t you wanna finally see their faces?”

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