"I won." You smirked and closed the book. "What would I get as a reward?" You purred silently looking at him closely. He smiled and opened his arms.
"C'mere (Nickname)." You willingly cuddled up to him, burying your face in his chest. God he was warm and so comfortable. "Happy?"
"You have no idea." You hummed hugging him tightly. "God you're a wonderful bed Peter. I'm gonna keep you." He chuckled slightly as you groaned. "Don't you dare move! I just got com
''Hi hungry, I'm dad''
Your head whipped around to face the stoic faced man, who was casually sipping from his tea cup in his usually odd style acting as if he hadn't said a word. ''Dad, I'm serious''
''I thought your name was hungry''
''Are you kidding me?'' Without even missing a beat he turns to face you looking directly into your eyes, ''No, I'm dad...''
You didn't know whenever or not you wanted to scream, cry, laugh or cringe. Your father was none other than the famous Levi Ackerman a man that could strike the fear into any man, a icy glare that could cause the sun to freeze and a overall asshole; A man that barely even cracks a smile was sat, drinking tea and making dad jokes. It had been like this for days now, he would choose the perfect moment and execute his jokes perfectly no matter if it was a text, verbal and even ov