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And in end, it doesn’t really matter what Emma is, because she’s merely part of what Regina has—what they all have, the three of them in this house that was once so empty of anyone other than herself. It’s a family, completeness in a way that Regina had once thought impossible, and far, far too valuable to second-guess.
So she doesn’t. And when Emma rests her head on Regina’s shoulder late one night whilst they watch over Henry, she does not comment.
[Regina-centric continuation of "do dream people like apples?", a 3x13 AU]
- Part 2 of do dream people like apples?