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Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, OC
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Fluff, General, AU
Mild Language
Story Reviews
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2007-06-20 7:45am
Last Chapter
2008-04-06 10:56pm
Last Updated
2008-04-07 4:14pm

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 Red and Gold

The rolls of parchment lay on the coffee table in front of her and she felt a wicked urge to cast a shredding charm to reduce them to small bits. Each one contained information about a different house. Pictures and details of big ones, little ones, tall ones, flat ones, houses inside London, houses in the country, houses that were muggle built and houses were built by wizards.

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2 Surprises

“Mummy, can I have a room just like this one?” He asked, picking up his stuffed snitch and shuffling closer to where she was sitting.

Ginny set the last book into the box and pushed it to the end of the bed so there would be more room for the two of them. Gathering close to her side, she leaned down and pressed a kiss on the top of his head.

“Of course you can. We can make it just like this one if you want. Or we can decorate it completely different.” She said.

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3 Moving Day

As Harry and the Weasley twins moved the last of the furniture out of the flat, Ginny stood at the window in the living room and looked down at the street below and at the park that lay just on the other side. A blanket of snow lay across the open area and one solitary person stood in the middle as he waited for his dog to finish its business. Sighing, Ginny reached out and touched the window pane. She was going it miss the summers in that park. It was the first place she had explored with James when they moved.

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4 Special Deliveries

The days of February rolled by quickly for the Potters as they settled down into their house. The creaks and groans that once startled them late at night were now welcome noises as they settled down each evening. And while March started off with traditional storms it soon gave way to the milder weather of spring.

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5 Evan Sirius Potter

“What’s his name?” James asked as he continued to watch his brother and didn’t notice the look that passed between his parents.

“Um –“ She began, biting her lip slightly.

“Well –“ Harry started, raking a hand through his hair, causing it to stand on end.

At that moment, both realized that they hadn’t settled on a name for their new addition. Many ideas had been tossed around but nothing had felt right. Ginny thought it might be a good idea to give the baby a non-family name but Harry had wanted to try and find something traditional.

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6 Chapter Six - A Job Offer

Ginny rolled her eyes as Harry started to fuss over her for what seemed to be the twentieth time.

“Harry! I’m fine! I had a baby, not an incurable disease!” She growled, as she pulled the robe tightly around her midsection.

“I know Love. But Healer MacEachern said you may want to rest a few more days. She said that we should be acting as if this is the hospital. You wouldn’t wander all over St. Mungos’ if you were in there would you?” Harry said, trying to block the door to the bedroom.

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7 Chapter 7 - Birthdays at the Burrow

Looking down at her sleeping son, she stroked her finger down his tiny nose. “You need to start letting Daddy help you know.” Hearing a crash from downstairs, she rolled her eyes and looked at the door

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