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When Neji's five and mourning the recent loss of his father he goes to the park to escape the heavy pressures of his judgemental family and everything that reminds him of his loss and ends up meeting an interesting little girl. When Naruto's four and very, very close to starvation there's a knock on his window and the first in a long line of bento boxes from his mysterious benefactor. Someone's watching after the orphans of Konoha, and hopefully the future will turn out the better for it.
Not quite sure what this is just yet, just that I had a craving for the sweet and fluffy and a whole bunch of feels for all the lonely orphans, and as I've always had trouble writing the childhood scenes in my self-inserts I decided to write it- at least the beginning- from the point of view of other people. So if you're in the mood for sweet, heartbreakingly adorable, and eventual families of choice, give this a read. I guarantee you won't regret it.
Note: Not sold on the name just yet, so it might change. If you've got any ideas, just leave a comment.
The facts were these:
Ned the Piemaker, who was twenty-six years, eight months, four days, and twelve hours old, was in debt. Not the cute, movie kind of debt where the intrepid hero still manages to pay for leather-bound journals and fedoras while pursuing a career in his chosen field, but the soul-crushing kind, the kind that caused people in casinos to throw themselves from the balcony onto an unsuspecting blackjack table thirteen feet below. Between the mounting interest on his culinary school loans and paying rent and utilities for a historic landmark with a stucco crust roof, Ned was not exactly raking it in as a comfort food entrepreneur. The business had been flourishing, sure, but Ned’s bank account took a major hit when he began renting, and after taxes and the abysmally high cost of fruit, there wasn’t much left over for Ned to look after himself.