Surprise Adoption (Spn x Baby!Reader) 2Surprise Adoption (Spn x Baby!Reader) 2 by EntirelyBonkers
Title: Surprise Adoption
Number in Series: Two
Pairing: Supernatural x Baby!Reader (Family)
Word Count: 1,818
Sam and Castiel weren't gone for long, both arriving back at the motel room at least in a hour. Castiel was the first to arrive but didn't show any signs of his presence until Sam came back to the room. He believed that both of the Winchester brothers would want to listen what he had to say. Though, he was surprised at what he saw inside.
When Sam came back to the motel room, he was shocked at what he saw. His older brother, Dean, was laying down on his back in one of the beds with you laying on his chest. Your tiny hands were gripping his shirt gently as his chest rose and fell in a steady rhythm. The motion of his chest seemed to sooth you as you were sound asleep on his chest. It had to be one of the cutest things the tall hunter and the dark haired angel had ever witnessed in their life.
Sam was the first to speak, as Castiel was
Surprise Adoption (Spn x Baby!Reader) 1Surprise Adoption (Spn x Baby!Reader) 1 by EntirelyBonkers
Title: Surprise Adoption
Number in series: One
Pairing: Supernatural x Baby!Reader (Family)
Word Count: 925
Another motel room. Another crappy bed. Another case in just another state in the United States. It was just a usual week for the Winchester brothers. That was until Cas decided to come a knocking on their door(metaphorically speaking since he never uses doors and just pops into the rooms).
The day started off like usual. The boys went and got some information on the case and then went out to get some burgers and what-not for dinner. After, they went back to their motel room to relax and research a bit more before they went to sleep.
“I'm pretty sure we are dealing with a demon. It sounds as if someone sold their soul around here.” Sam said, untying his boots.
“Great, that means that we will have to deal with hellhounds. I hate those damn demon dogs.” Dean said, flopping down on one of the two motel beds.
Family Troubles - Matt Murdock x ReaderFamily Troubles - Matt Murdock x Reader by latte-to-go
Matt was nervous. He's never met your family before and he usually just heard you complain about them. He listened to the steady beat of your heart to calm him down. You were too occupied with driving to realize how nervous Matt really was.
You looked over at Matt and smiled. You were a lucky woman to have a man like Matt. You noticed something off though. Usually, Matt will strike up a conversation with you, but now he was just silent. "Matt?"
Matt was ripped out of his trace and faced you, "Yes, Y/N?"
"You doing okay?" You asked, facing the road once more.
"Just a little nervous," Matt lied, he didn't want to tell you how nervous he actually was.
You laughed, which caused Matt to smile. He loved nothing more than your laugh. "I'm sure you'll be fine. If I love you, then they'll love you." You told him. They have to.
The Avengers - Stony Wedding - After Honeymoon
"Home, sweet home!"
Tony grinned, getting out of the car, standing near the entrance to the Tower. Steve followed him, getting out from the other side of the car, looking up at the tall building.
"See, I told you it will still be standing after we get back from our honeymoon," Steve smiled, talking to his husband, but not taking his eyes off to the Tower, the place that became his home.
"Don’t be so sure, we still don’t know what damages were done inside," Tony remarked, also smiling at the building. Their honeymoon was great and they came back, relaxed and tanned (well, only Tony came back tanned) and were ready to get back to their superhero life. Luckily, they had spend the whole month in a blissful atmosphere, not being interrupted by sudden attacks, but both already started to miss a bit of villain action and some thrill of the fight. Once a superhero always a superhero.
"Let’s go," Tony decided, reaching his hand for Steve’s, and they both entered the buil
The Avengers - Stony Wedding - the final part
Steve's heart was beating rapidly, when he entered the Wedding Hall, his and Natasha's arm looped together. He discreetly looked around, noticing all their guests standing up - people he had never seen before, but knew that were important for Tony's company, people from political world he had seen only on TV, and his and Tony's shared friends he was seeing on a daily basis, but who were the most important. It was frightening how everyone was looking at him, and Steve suddenly became very aware that he had two left feet (in dancing, but he felt like tripping over thin air) and was a small guy, trapped inside a bigger guy's body, and oh God, was there a crease in the aisle rug? Because if it was, for sure he would trip over it, and smash his face straight into the material on the floor, or worse, would fall on one of the guests..
The whole nervousness faded away, when Steve looked far in front of him, to the arch decorated with lilac and cream yellow flowers and to the temporary altar, w
The Avengers - Stony Wedding, part 8
"Do you, Anthony Edward Stark.."
"Yeah, Tony, that's my name! Not that whole.. lengthy.. thing!"
Some muffled chuckling filled the wedding hall. Tony smiled at the people present, and Steve shook his head disapprovingly, but the Justice of Peace guy looked the most irritated. It was the last time (and first time) he agreed to hold a ceremony for superheroes.
He tried again. "Do you, Tony Stark, take Steven Grant Rogers.."
"Woah, woah, woah," Steve interrupted with a shocked face. "Full name? What did I ever do to you?" he asked, sounding hurt.
The groom and their guests burst into laughter. Tony smiled brightly at Steve, and Steve was smiling back, even if they were screwing around during their own wedding, which in normal circumstances, was so so inappropriate. But, heck, it was their wedding.
The hall became silent, and Tony and Steve kept looking at each other, the cheeky grins dimming into something sweeter and softer and eyes shining with love. Guests
The Avengers - Stony Wedding, part 7
"Tony.. What are these?"
Tony looked up from the table, where he was currently hunched over, signing wedding invitations. He didn’t get why it was his job. Tony’s handwriting was bad. There were doctors with neater handwriting. Tony just wanted to print out the invitations, but his husband-to-be, being the old guy he was, insisted on writing them traditionally as it would make the guest feel more important and appreciated and will give a finishing touch to their wedding. Tony didn’t say anything to that, just sat with a pen writing a million of invitations. Well, that made one thing clear - Steve was definitely the bride.
His gaze traveled to the pile of wedding gifts settled on the table behind them. Pile was a delicate word - you could barely see the table from underneath them. Heck, you could barely see the wall.
"Wedding gifts. From fans. It spread quickly," Tony said calmly, going back to writing. Of course that it spread quickly as Tony was blabbing on ev
The Avengers Stony Wedding, part 6
"Steve, just promise me that we won't have these little figures on top of the cake that will look like mini us in tuxes.."
Steve turned his head to look at Tony. They were just going out of the car, heading to the appointed meeting at the bakery - the one Natasha found. Steve slightly smiled, seeing Tony's unamused face as he got out from the other side of the car and walked in Steve's direction.
"You mean wedding toppers? Why not?" he asked. Not that he wanted to have them in the first place, but it wouldn't hurt to ask, right?
"Because," Tony stood next to Steve, rolling his eyes. "Two dudes in fancy clothes on a top of a cake will look idiotic."
Steve frowned, hearing that. Tony generally was very excited for their wedding, but he was having a worse day. Probably it had to something with Pepper yelling at him today that, no, it wasn't pointless and stupid and that it was very important that the napkins matched the drapes (or something, Steve wasn't so sure himself, but Pepper scolde
The Avengers - Stony Wedding, part 4
"No, stop that.. why are you doing that?!"
Steve frowned, getting out from the elevator. He had been called for an emergency SHIELD meeting and came back to his and Tony's floor to be greeted by Tony's pleading and some sound he could only describe as a whale singing.
"Tony?" Steve stepped into the living room, preparing for the unknown, but for something he certainly wouldn't like.
Tony turned around from the holographic screen, sheer panic on his face. "Steve! Good that you're back! Do something!" he squeaked, dragging the puzzled soldier in front of the holographic screen.
Steve blinked, looking at the screen. It was a live view and he saw Pepper in her office, crying her eyes out. "Um.. Pepper?" he asked insecurely. Stark Industries CEO quickie glanced up at him, her make up a bit smudged from all the crying, but seeing Steve, she burst into even more hysterical cry.
Steve was taken aback by that. He glared at Tony. "What the heck did you?!" he asked harshly, knowing that whatever
The Avengers - Stony Wedding - Intro
Tony's breath was ragged. It was getting cold and hot in turns.
It was time.
No, not yet.
He closed his eyes shut.
No, open them, people are staring.
He opened eyes. People were staring.
Don't look at the people. Look at the water. Water would calm him down.
It wasn't working, dammit!!
"Hey, Tony.." Rhodey whispered, making Tony nearly jump out of his suit. He looked like a madman at his best friend, also in a suit, looking equally dapper and handsome in a fitted suit, made customary for him. Or maybe more. In a few moments Tony will be a married man, while Rhodey was still single, but maybe also not for long, as since he showed up, he triggered interest of a certain agent whose names start with M, ends with A, so maybe soon he will be dancing on Rhodey's wedding, anyway, why won't change it into Rhodey's wedding, he and Steve could wait a little bit, guests would understand..
"Tony," Rhodey said a little firmer, tugging on brunet's wrist. "Calm down. You look like wanting to j
The Avengers - You can go
Steve was on his way to the hospital. He was there every day. Every. Single. Day. He didn't want to miss anything.
He will never forget that day. There was a battle. A clunk of metal when a huge piece of debris fell on Tony who was flying through the sky. He didn't notice it, and the debris just fell down smashing Tony underneath. Steve's heart stopped seeing that. He rushed to him, but couldn't move it an inch. He started to shout for Thor or Hulk knowing that he needs their strength, but the battle was tough and nobody heard him. So he just stood there, falling on his knees, nearly breaking his hands in a desperate attempt to move the piece. The battle was ending. Thor noticed Steve and rushed to him. He didn't even had to ask, hearing Steve frantically repeating the brunet's name. One swing of his hammer and the debris fell into smaller pieces. Steve covered his eyes, as he rushed into the grey cloud of dust, trying to feel the piece of metal. The dust was falling and he spotted a g
Superfamily - Get ready to school
Tony was tossing in bed. It was late night and he couldn't sleep. He tried, but couldn't, thoughts burning in his head, setting panic in his stomach, and making his heart pound behind his light. It was torment, it really was..
Steve lay with a calm, worried face beside Tony, silently watching his husband. He couldn't sleep with Tony tossing around so much, but most importantly, he couldn't sleep, knowing that his loved one was in so much distress.
"Tony, calm down," Steve asked softly, worry and slight tired note coloring his words.
"I can't," Tony whimpered miserably, fidgeting more, his breath quickened. "I don't know how you can be that calm.."
Steve closed his eyes. "Because I know that whatever decision Peter will make, it will be his decision and he will be happy with it."
"Peter's decision," Steve said firmly, but gently, making Tony whine again. A small smile started to appear on soldier's lips, seeing how much his husband was affected by this situation. It was adorable
Superfamily - Request - First Encounter
Steve was humming happily, cooking lunch. Pot roast and buttered veggies. Chicken wings, mashed potatoes and corn on the cob. The clam chowder was simmering on the stove. Apple pie and blueberry cobbler were slowly baking in the oven. It seemed like a lot of food, but food never went to waste in the Avengers Tower. And today, Steve and Tony were having a very special guest for lunch and Steve wasn't quite sure what their guest would like and decided to serve the person with America's finest dishes, presenting his culinary abilities.
Tony was also in the kitchen and as usually he was being a pain and snacking on whatever Steve was cooking, currently he was nervously pacing through the kitchen. Normally, he would drive Steve mad and be kicked out sooner or later, but Steve was too much in a cheerful mood to have his husband spoil the day.
"I'm telling you, Steve, it's too soon," Tony grumbled, shaking his head in disapproval.
"Mmmm," Steve half agreed, adding a little more butter to the