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Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
29 Dec 2013
"Tony Stark was comfortable with his life. And why shouldn't he be? He's brilliant, rich, powerful, a super hero. He's got a team he trusts, a job he enjoys, his work and his creations, and he's sleeping with Captain America. Tony's life is just fine, thank you very much. He knew that it would change, life always changes, but he wasn't in any way prepared for how it was about to change.
Tony never intended to be a parent, and even if he had, he could never have anticipated this particular change."
- Part 3 of Tales of the Bots
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
29 May 2014
Stiles was supposed to go on his gift vacation and have fun. He wasn't supposed to bring back a werewolf baby and completely throw Derek's wolf for a loop! They don't even live together. They still haven't even thrown out the 'L' word yet, not to even think about the 'M' word from Derek's side of things.
The pack is only just functioning like an actual pack and family. What are they supposed to do with a baby!?
It's a huge (tiny), awful (adorable) mess (gift).
How the hell did he find himself in these situations? Donald Ressler wondered. Here he was, chasing another blacklister, except THIS time, he had a baby strapped to him!
In which Donald Ressler and Elizabeth Keen are forced to care for a baby while Reddington and the team hunt down a blacklister known as The Repo Man. Said blacklister wants to use baby Sammy as bait to catch his parents, who are ... personal friends of Raymond Reddington.
What could possibly go wrong?
18 Oct 2015
“Diego Brando, what in the world is this…” Hot Pants muttered to herself at the sight, momentarily forgetting that unlike most people, he could hear her from this distance.
His face twisted up into a grin that was as nervous as it was apologetic. It was alarming how convincingly he could school his features into innocence when he tried.
More alarmingly, he wasn’t alone: in his arms, tucked against his chest, was something that looked suspiciously like a small child, its straw-colored head lolling against his shoulder as he approached.
At age five, all children are assessed for talent and beauty in the City of Hasetsu and the other eight cities of the Empire. Every year, five are branded with the mark of a rose before being carded off to the Emperor’s palace where they are trained to become Roses, or sacrifices to be sent every May to the Ice Spirit that lives in the castle at the top of the mountain. Roses never return, except for Katsuki Yuuri, who shocks the Empire when he appears again two years after his departure with a silver crown on his head and a blond baby in his arms, demanding the Emperor step down or face the wrath of his husband, the Ice King. But, not everything is what it seems.