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Summary: Sequel to No Time. Kurt never imagined he would spend the first few months of his daughter’s life in the NICU.
Prompt by one—thousand—kisses: No Time was great! I think it would be so interesting to see what their lives are like in the future - if Kurt and Blaine are back together, how Millie and her health is, etc. It was a great fic!
Prompt: Could you make a sequel to “no time” where Milly is a little bit older and doing better, maybe even home from the hospital. I loved no time, but at the same time I finished it being really sad because she wasn’t completely out of the woods, so I would love to see her home and doing better!
Prompt: Could you possibly do a prompt where blaine was pregnant and their baby was early, so now if their baby is slightly behind on any milestones (walking/talking) blaine feels extremely guilty and kurt comforts him? xx
Warnings: Mpreg, premature birth
Between seven and eight in the morning was Kurt’s least favorite time of the day.
The doctors and nurses gently asked everyone to leave the NICU in order to do their rounds so the hallway was filled with nervous parents. Blaine stood at the long window looking into the unit, knuckles white where he was gripping the window frame. He was dressed in sweatpants and a t-shirt that were both too large for him, making him look even smaller than he was. His eyes had dark circles under them and were constantly red rimmed.
“Do you want something to eat?” Kurt asked softly, trying to ignore his own exhaustion.
“No thank you,” Blaine mumbled, chewing on a nail and still staring into the room.
“You need to eat something,” Kurt said a little louder and Blaine shook his head.
Ever since Milly had been born Kurt had felt like a stranger. He wasn’t sure what they were or what was really happening. He was even finding it hard to connect that tiny girl to his daughter.
“I’m not hungry.”
“Listen, this is a terrible time but we need to talk,” Kurt sighed, stepping up closer to Blaine. “What’s going on with us? Are we-“
“I really can’t discuss this right now,” Blaine’s voice sounded thick and he glanced at the clock. “Kurt seriously, I can’t talk about this right now.”
The clock turned eight and Blaine all but sprinted into the room, sitting down in the chair next to Milly’s incubator. Kurt hovered in the hallway for a bit, almost scared to go in. This had all been so sudden. Less than a week ago he was told that he was a father and that he could lose his daughter all at the same time. It was terrifying and still just felt like a horrible nightmare.
“She’s doing wonderfully off of the ventilator,” Dr. Maeve smiled warmly at Kurt as he slowly walked in. “Her vitals are strong and she’s a fighter. Would you like to hold her today?”
“Really?” Blaine’s eyes widened.
“Of course,” the doctor laughed, putting aside her clipboard and opening the ventilator. “It’s really good for a baby to lay on a parent’s skin. The skin to skin contact is beyond helpful to the baby and parent.”
“Yes yes!” Blaine nodded wildly.
He looked up at Kurt, awkward and shy as he sat down. Was it really that uncomfortable? He knew Blaine felt horrible for what happened and for not telling him but he had tried to forgive him. He felt horrible for not being there through most of it. That awkwardness had caused a void between them and Kurt didn’t know how to fix it.
He held his breath as the doctor explained how to pick up Milly and watched as Blaine settled back into the chair. Milly was nestled on his chest, pressed against his skin. She looked so tiny, the length of Blaine’s hand, and was completely covered in wires and tubes.
A wide smile spread across Blaine’s face as he held their daughter close. Then, his face crumbled and he let out a soft sob.
“You’re perfect,” he whispered softly to Milly. “You’re perfect and I love you so, so, so much. I’m so proud of you sweet girl.”
That was the moment when everything changed for Kurt. This was the man he had always dreamed of being his husband. The past didn’t matter. Nothing mattered but the little girl and the man holding her.
He walked quickly over to them and crouched down next to Blaine. Wide, tear filled hazel eyes watched him as he gently traced his finger over the tiny face of his daughter and pressed a kiss to his finger tips before touching them to her forehead.
“I love you Milly,” he breathed and Blaine gave him a warm smile.
It wasn’t the life Kurt had imagined but this moment was perfect.
That night they both went home for the first time in five days. Kurt parked in his driveway and had instant flashbacks to the first few dates they went on.
“Do you want to come in?” Blaine asked softly and Kurt nodded, smiling.
They lay in bed that night, curled up around each other and it felt so right. Kurt’s hand lightly ran up and down Blaine’s warm back and he sighed softly.
“What are we?” Blaine whispered. “Are we dating? Not dating?”
“I don’t know,” Kurt said honestly.
“I don’t want us just to get together because of her,” Blaine said softly, staring down.
“I don’t want that either but I know that I love you and I love her,” Kurt reached down to thread their fingers together. “Maybe we don’t need a label now.”
“I just can’t stop thinking about her all the time. She’s so tiny and…” his voice cracked and Blaine sucked in a trembling breath. “She’ll have to struggle her entire life and she still might…”
“Don’t think like that. None of this is your fault,” Kurt brushed away the tears. “She has us to help her through those struggles. You’re an amazing dad and you love her. Despite everything, we’re there for her.”
Blaine stared intently into his eyes for a moment before surging forward for a deep kiss and they lost themselves in each other.
One hundred and fifteen days later, Milly came home.
Blaine was practically bouncing on his feet and Kurt felt just as excited. The nursery had been set up in the Anderson’s house and Kurt couldn’t stop grinning as they buckled the car seat into the backseat.
Mrs. Anderson was humming happily as she drove, glancing back at both parents as they fussed over the baby. Milly had gained a healthy amount of weight and despite being behind on a few milestones, was a normal baby.
She let out a shriek and kicked her feet, making both of her fathers coo at her and tickle her. This was what it should have been like. They should have been able to go home with a healthy baby and not have to go through the torture that they did. They shouldn’t have had to worry about if their baby was going to survive.
“Look we’re home,” Blaine grinned, tickling his fingers along her foot.
Kurt pulled Blaine in for a quick kiss, smiling. This was his home. His home was with Blaine and their daughter.
Summary: Sequel to Fairy Tales. After three years without Blaine, it still seemed like a dream that he was really here.
Prompt: Can I prompt for a story set between “Fairy Tales” and “Stars”? Like the first few hours after Kurt finds Blaine ,and the very first conversation they have about the accident years ago, and maybe Kurt trying to convince himself that he’s not crazy and Blaine is really there.
Warnings: Panic attack, aftermath of train accident
Summary: Sequel to Bullet Proof. The first morning of Blaine living was Sue was uncomfortable.
Prompt: Can you do a Sequel to ‘Bullet Proof’?
Warnings: Child abuse
Summary: After the accident, Kurt starting thinking that maybe Blaine deserved better.
Prompt: Kurt is in a car accident and is now paralyzed from the waist down. Life for him and Blaine are back to normal now, except they haven’t had sex since the accident. Blaine wants to but he is waiting for Kurt to initiate it. Kurt wants to but he thinks Blaine doesn’t desire him anymore. Someone hits on Blaine (in front of Kurt) and says something like “You need a REAL man to satisfy you”. This visibly upsets Kurt. Cue Blaine riding the hell out of Kurt to prove he still wants him!
Warnings: Paralysis, self esteem issues, graphic sex
Summary: AU of Bash. Kurt wasn’t the only person who died that night.
Prompt: Blaine has broken-heart syndrome.
Warnings: Character death, depression, broken-heart syndrome, hospital setting
Summary: It wasn’t a disorder if he had control over it.
Prompt: Set in Season 5. Blaine has an eating disorder, but he refuses to admit it. Marley’s recovery just pushes him further into denial. He believes he has control. It’s not until Kurt comes back to surprise him and finds him grabbing out fistfuls of hair does he realize how far gone he is.
Warnings: Eating disorder, body dysmorphia
Summary: Sequel to Lost Along the Way. Cooper confronts his parents about sending Blaine to a homophobic military school.
Prompt: Sequel to Lost Along the Way: Cooper gets a call from Kurt, who tells him about what happened to Blaine. He immediately comes back to Lima to confront his parents about what they did and to make sure his brother is okay. Both he and Kurt feel terribly guilty for not helping Blaine sooner.
Warnings: Abuse, neglect, homophobia, attempts to “cure” homosexuality
Summary: Just breathe.
Prompt: I enjoyed your schizophrenic!blaine drabble a lot! Thank you!! I was wondering if you could write one about Blaine having anxiety.
Prompt: Stolen from BPOTD Prompt: developed!klaine. Blaine has anxiety and Kurt sees an oncoming panic attack and knows how to deal with it.
Prompt: Blaine has social anxiety, but he loves performing so much that he’s generally able to work through it, especially with the right meds to calm him down.
Warnings: Anxiety, panic attacks
Summary: Sequel to Gasp. Burt likes making future plans.
Prompt: I looooooooooove your drabbles.Thank you!!! I was wondering if you would ever do a sequel to Gasp. ._. with Blaine’s recovery, Kurts fears & Burts guilt.
Warnings: Past allergic reaction
Summary: They should have read the speeches before.
Prompt: Burt and/or Cooper give embarrassing speeches at the Klaine wedding
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