| ||Rating: Mature||Story Reviews: 11104|
Characters: Teddy, Scorpius, Albus, James (II), Lily (II), Hugo, Rose, Victoire
Genre(s): Drama, Humor, Romance
Era: Next Generation
Pairings: Rose/Scorpius, Harry/Ginny, Ron/Hermione, Teddy/Victoire, Other Pairing
First Published: 2008.12.14
Last Published Chapter: 2012.02.28
Last Updated: 2012.02.28
Favorite Story Of: 3800 users
| ||Advisory: Strong Language, Strong Violence, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Substance Use or Abuse, Sensitive Topic/Issue/Theme, Contains Spoilers|
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Five and a half years after the birth of her child, Rose Weasley feels her life is about to go in a new direction. Things can only get better. Well, they can't get any worse...or so she reckons.
A story about love, life, friendship, family...and an annoying cousin that will never stop calling her Red.
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|1||A Beginning Of Sorts
Blackmail works. I think there should be an entire chapter on blackmail in those parenting books.
|2||Welcome To My World
Have I finally, after threatening to so many times, crossed the line into crazy town?
|3||The Crup And The Cow
He’s going to be Minister for Magic, and there’ll be articles in The Daily Prophet about Minister Weasley’s crazy, hairy-legged mother.
|4||O Come Let Us Abhor Him
You can't spell sympathetic without 'pathetic'.
|5||New Years, Old Years, They're All The Same
I feel I may be going down a dark road...
|6||Where Have All The Fishies Gone?
Silence. An awkward sort of silence. The kind of silence you wish somebody would fart through just to break it.
|7||A Case Of Foot-In-Mouth Disease
Nobody puts Rose-and-baby in the corner.
You can’t enjoy a Christmas party in the middle of January without being at least a little bit tipsy.
Really, my parents did a rubbish job with me. They should be ashamed of themselves.
It’s the final countdown.
He continues looking at me for a moment. “I really don’t get your sense of humour sometimes,” he concludes.
Fame may be fickle, but it hasn’t met Auntie Audrey.
|13||Weekend At Jenny's: Part I
Forget pink feather boas and ‘L’ plates – we have ham and cheese sandwiches.
|14||Weekend At Jenny's: Part II
Too much of female company can drive you mad fairly quickly.
Men are definitely overrated.
I can tell that this is one of those moments where I come so close to killing James Potter, it’s scary.
That would seriously depress me if a Muggle learned to apparate before I do.
|18||A Time For Wine
“Come on Hermione, everyone knows that behind every pig-headed man there’s a devil woman pulling the strings.”
I suppose no woman really wants to be like their mother, especially if their mother is a first class geek with bad hair.
“A lot of people tried to kill my parents,” I point out. Even I’ve tried to kill my parents.
|21||Trials and Tribulations
Even if today wasn’t the day I could potentially lose my son, I’m pretty sure I’d be depressed anyway about turning another year older.
|22||Cry And Cry Again
Ice-cream was created to make even the worst of mothers feel good for a little while.
|23||Return To Hogwarts
Staying at the empty flat just depresses and angers me, and since I’m already an angry person in general, I don’t think it’ll be too long before I snap and murder somebody. I hope it’s Molly.
It's practically suffocating.
In what demented twist of fate did I end up on Daisy’s side in all of this?
Yet another adjective used to describe Rose Weasley.
When Sybill Trelawney made a prediction that one person must die at the hand of another, for neither can live while the other survives, she must have been talking about James Potter and me.
|28||A New Direction
Hugo, who wore eyeliner and fingerless gloves for two whole years, has better fashion sense than Auntie Audrey.
I invented awkward.
“You can’t just let him ride off into the sunset on some cow!”
I'm a grown up!
|32||The Other Side of Normality
In my defence, when I told the stories, I was always the one who came off looking like the good guy.
|33||Yet Another Emotional Breakdown
Classic Rose Weasley.
“You know Rose, it was only a matter of time before you flipped out and left the country.”
Harry Potter might be good at saving the world, but he did a rather awful job of procreating.
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