Severus Snape x reader.
Severus took a quick turn around a corner, sprinting down the hall as fast as he could while students looked after him with questioning faces. He almost yelled the password to Dumbledore office and flew up the stairs before rushing into the room. There he found Dumbledore turn and smile at him, waving Severus to come in. “Where is she? Where is (y/n)?” He felt panic rush through him, until the teacher saw you sit in the principal chair, both hands on your stomach and hissed in pain a few times. “(Y/n), is the baby coming?” Severus bend down to touch you cheek, drawing his
Our child. Severus Snape x reader Extended ending.
Severus Snape x reader
The potion master yelled that he were leaving for work. You flew out, little Rubeus following, to kiss and hug him goodbye. The little boy screamed for his father to pick him up and Severus received a wet and sloppy kiss on the cheek from his son.
He placed his boy back to the ground, only to watch him float slowly to the air. Rubeus had thankfully started to do magical things now and then. At the age of four, it surely was time for it too.
Severus disappeared in green flames whilst his small family watched, hoping he would have a nice day at work and soon be home again.
After the war and
Severus Snape x reader.
Red hair flew down the corridor in St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries. The hair passed many people, all of them glancing after with confused faces. Someone yelled after the hair, telling to slow down or wait. Owner of the red hair didn’t listen, just continued the run, until they finally arrived at the destination. Molly Weasley let out a loud gasp as she dragged all the oxygen she could inside her lungs. The person whom had yelled at her, her husband Arthur, stopped right behind her, being more exhausted from the running than her.
“Molly dear, you didn’t
The Adventures of Harriet Potter: Year One - Ch 2*
The First Train Ride
“The key to friendship is acceptance and understanding. You must accept that no one is perfect, not even yourself. But before you can accept, you must understand what makes others and yourself the way you all are. And once that is achieved, you can weather any storm with them.”
General (ret.) Jigme Dorji Wengshuk
Meanwhile, back inside King’s Cross, Harriet watched in disbelief as the Dursleys walked away, laughing hysterically. She looked around anxiously, wondering what to do. There were guards about, but every one of them looked agitated and stand-offish, and she didn’t feel like