What happens when your child asks the most dreaded question there is in the ups and downs of being a parent? where do babies come from?!
|Takes Place: 0 - Before Harry is born, 0 - Pre Hogwarts (before Harry is 11), 1st summer before Hogwarts, 1st Year, 2nd summer, 2nd Year, 3rd summer, 3rd Year, 4th summer, 4th Year, 5th summer, 5th Year, 6th summer, 6th Year, 7th summer, 7th Year, 8 - Post Hogwarts (young adult Harry), 8 - Pre Epilogue (adult Harry)
|Snape flavour: Angry Snape, Comforting Snape, Controlling Snape, Kind Snape, Loving Snape, Out of Character Snape, Overly-protective Snape, Secretive Snape, Stern Snape
|Categories: Healer Snape, Parental Snape > Guardian Snape
||Genres: Drama, Family, Fantasy, Humor, Hurt/Comfort, Parody
|Tags: Adoption, Baby fic, Child fic, Hufflepuff!Harry
||Word count: 5206
|Main Characters: .Snape and Harry (required), Charity Burbage, Other
14 Sep 2017 - Updated:
12 Oct 2017 Updated!
i'm still dubious as whether to put this on round robin or not, this story is more like an outlet and a key to my writing blocks, chapters can be divided or read together, i will be asking you for prompts and short challenges based on the reviews you leave and we'll see how it goes ;)
1. Chapter 1 by Aixxx [Reviews - 5] (2140 words)
now before you all make me feel guilty by saying that i have other stories to take care of, don't worry, as i already said, this is merely my stress reliever and the stories most definitely won't be more than three chapters tops. read on and enjoy, don't forget to rate and leave a review ;)
2. Chapter 2 by Aixxx [Reviews - 1] (3066 words)
summery; Severus is a lone chemistry professor, bitter and alone. Harry's parents argue a lot, sometimes he runs away, sometimes he runs to Professor Snape for the comfort he doesn't get from his parents. Can they help each other?
one friendly warning for his story in particular; as the author of this two shots, as a /friend/ writing this story, it is considered my duty to at least urge you to not take your arguments in front of child(ren). the impact and the emotional turmoil is often deeper than we all realize, the words last longer and the consequences that follows them in adulthood are irreversible. Let's not mix them up in our dark, grimy lives sooner than they should be. thank you.
read and review ;)
To be continued...
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