Fairies gathered excitedly on the lawn of a rather large, pink, and frilly mansion on the hill in front of them. Small, winged creatures crouched at the start of the countdown, their pink heart arrows and bows at the ready on their back. A taller, diaper wearing god stalked to the front, readying for takeoff himself. His expression held determination, enthusiasm, and excitement. The crowd cheered louder at his appearance.
The sun was just barely hitting the horizon as it rose. Yes, daybreak in Fairyworld is the same time of the stroke of midnight on Earth in the first places to start a new day.
Every cherub rose their backside in the air, more than ready for the signal.
Even godparents had happily brought their godchildren to the wild event, some kids more thrilled than others.
But what kids do you know that actually get excited on Valentine's Day?
Cupid and his cherubs took flight the second they could see the sun above the horizon. Hundreds upon hundreds of diapered beings took to the skies and instantly dove through the clouds, heading for the Earth.
The fairies cheered, and many followed through the clouds to view them as they flew towards the unsuspecting victims of Earth.
Timmy Turner, however, was one of 'those' godchildren. He simply rolled his eyes at the whole thing. What was the big deal, anyways?
He was about to turn to his godparents to voice his usually complaints, until he saw Cosmo sweep Wanda into a playful dip. She giggled before they were cut off by a passionate lock of their lips by her husband.
Timmy only kind of cracked a smile at them and turned away. True, their relationship was one of the most unique and special he has ever seen a couple feel towards each other. So, he decided to give them their moment; that didn't stop him from sharing a jokingly immature look of disgust with his younger brother.
"Oh, our boys deserve some love, too!" came Wanda's sugary-sweet voice. Timmy couldn't stop them in time from feeling two kisses, one on each cheek. From both Cosmo and Wanda.
He jokingly wiped both of his cheeks, "Ewww! Gross!"
"Don't make us do it again!" Cosmo yelled back, as both he and Wanda snuggled and kissed their fairy baby.
"You wouldn't dare!"
They both looked up at him daringly.
Timmy gulped and turned his gaze away, "Or…."
"Look, I know you don't really like Valentine's day that much," Wanda turned him towards her, "But this year, I'll help make it interesting!"
"NO USING LOVE ARROWS ON ME!" Timmy screamed, stumbling back at pointing an accusing finger at his godmother.
She laughed, "Actually, the complete opposite. I dare you to try and get a girl, ANY girl, to be your Valentine, and I'll let you have one Extreme Wish."
"An Extreme Wish?"
Wanda nodded, "Yup, and I'll grant it without the child-proof for Poof, no complaining, etc."
Timmy's face lit up, but he forced it back down quickly, "I told you only a week ago that I was only lying with those wishes."
Cosmo smirked this time, too, "Yeah, but we all know you still secretly hope you can wish for them!"
Their godchild soon let his façade dissolve and he jumped up and down excitedly, yet Wand stopped him.
"BUT, you CANNOT use one of Cupid's arrows unless they are shot at you by a cherub or Cupid himself."
Timm'y face fell, "But- but-!"
The pink haired fairy rose her hand, "No 'buts'! Take it or leave it…"
Timmy though about it, but smiled again.
"You can bet I will do it!"
The next day would have been a usual Monday morning. Students would have been shuffling , even passing out, in the hallways by this time. Instead, this was not the everyday beginning of week.
Pink and red hearts dangled from the hallways lights. Pink, read, and White streamers covered the walls of the halls. There was even a booth selling red carnations for people planning their Valentine's. Trick was, the receivers wouldn't get their flower until the buyer was allowed to hand them out during break after second period.
Dimmsdale was definitely the place for a lovedy-dovey Valentine's day. Even the kids!
Timmy scanned the familiar hallway. He already knew who he was going to ask: Trixie Tang.
But, unlike last year, his heart dropped at the prospect of it. Timmy just didn't feel as… much for Trixie anymore. Maybe Cupid, Cosmo, and Wanda were right. She was just too stuck up of a girl.
Even Poof responded negatively when he mentioned her.
But something inside of him urged him to try to ask her anyways.
No, he didn't currently have any money to buy her a carnation (which he knew would be big points off from him trying to woo her), but he had bought a card and even a small box of chocolates.
He smiled; the card was Cosmo's idea, and the chocolate was Wanda's, of course.
The crowd of the hallway sort of dizzied him, and the variety of children his age and younger innocently flirting like they all suddenly had schoolgirl crushes on each other.
Timmy instinctively, although he didn't consciously notice, drifted towards a large group of guys, who ranged from older (who were held back) boys, to even scrawny first graders.
"Excuse me, coming through…" The small pink-hatted boy dodged through the cluster of people, knowing exactly who was at the center, "Excuse me, I'm trying to-"
He suddenly stopped with a gasp as he ran directly into his target.
The boys quieted at the fact someone had dared to touch Trixie Tang; and Trixie's well known boyfriend-wannabe, nonetheless!
In the silence, Timmy looked up as she turned, blushing from his spot on the ground, where he fell.
Trixie merely sighed, knowing it was just another sad attempt from Turner.
"H-Hey… Trixie…" Timmy gulped, thoroughly flustered. Even Trixie had raised her eyebrows, aware that he never has been so nervous about talking to her, "I, uh, I wanted to-"
Timmy stopped midsentence, and just ran. The crowd easily parted at the sudden and surprising escape. Trixie Tang even watched after him in pity.
"Timmy, sweetie, are you okay?" Wanda asked worriedly, soon after the three fairies poofed out of their disguised forms as his watch, backpack, and notebook.
"I-I don't know…" He whispered.
Cosmo went to his other side, rubbing his back comfortingly, "What happened back there? You're never that nervous around Trixie!"
"I know, I'm just not sure… " He gulped, "I just… I don't want to give her my Valentine's anymore…"
Cosmo and Wanda looked at each other and sighed. They both had long ago figured out that Trixie, although she didn't hate their godchild, just did not like him the same way back. It must've gotten through, causing the previous unrequited love to diminish.
"Well," Wanda smiled gently, "I'm sure you'll still find a Valentine. Remember, you'll even get a free Extreme Wish!"
Her attempt at cheering him up apparently worked, because he smiled back and was about to respond, when the three suddenly had to disappear. Footsteps could be heard coming from around the back of the building, towards a side cove of where he sat. Already upset enough, he held his breath, hoping whoever it was would not see him. That is, until both pairs of eyes, holding tears, caught each other.
SURPRISE, SURPRISE, NO? xD
Welcome to my sequel to "Lullaby!"
After getting a few reviews saying that I should go ahead and make a sequel, I was like "OHMEHGAWD PERFECT!"
So I spent a good few minutes planning on how the first chapter should go.
Then I randomly thought "I want to do a Valentine's fanfic this year!"
And BAM! this chapter was created.
I know, I know, I threw in another couple thing. But this will only be SLIGHTLY different from "Lullaby".
How? The first few chapters or so would be about his Valentine's day and Tootie, but because this is a sequel to "Lullaby", this is going to be about:
A cute little kid relationship of Valentine's day
And how his fairy family will guide him through it
Like "Lullaby", this will be a bunch of fluffy oneshots. Just, some will include a little TimmyxTootie fluff to jazz it up a bit.
Thanks to my faithful reviewers and readers! You all got me this far!
R & R for:
If you like the idea of this sequel
If you DON'T
What you'd like to see that is similar to "Lullaby"
What you want to be different…