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Germany X Reader~ I'm Coming HomeGermany X Reader~ I'm Coming Home by XSailor-SuicideX
You were sound asleep in your comfy, soft bed, sleeping next to your husband, Ludwig.
The two of you have been married for 3 years now. You loved him with all your heart, you never wanted to let him go.
The sun was shining through the blinds covering the window, making it shine on your face. Your eyes fluttered open, revealing
your shining (e/c) orbs. You sat up and rubbed your eyes, to be followed by your husband doing the same. Looking up at him,
you saw his shining, ice blue eyes, followed by his adorable smile. "Good morning, Liebe" He said with his tired voice.
Smiling, you replied, "Morning, Luddy" You said with his nickname. He put his hands on your cheeks and brought you closer to him,
kissing your forehead sweetly. Your heart fluttered with joy each time he did that in the morning, it made you feel so...special.
Getting up from your comfy, soft bed, you felt the cold wooden floor hit your feet. Stretching, you went downstairs wearing your (f/c)
tank top, along with some black,
(RQ) Parents!Germany x Reader: New AdditionLudwig came home to silence. Not hearing any sound of Dieter's laugh or (y/n)'s voice made him both worried and curious. He could hear the dogs outback, growling and yipping as they played together. His wife's car was home, so where could they have gone?(RQ) Parents!Germany x Reader: New Addition by autumn-maple
The German's eyes narrowed as he took off his suit coat and hung up is keys. "(y/n)?" he called out, listening for her voice. She didn't reply. As he unlaced his dress shoes, his ears picked up two different breathing patterns amidst the silence. One was faster than the other, and it had a soft snore. Ludwig came around the entryway corner and into the living room in search of his wife and three year old son. He glanced around to find them sleeping on a blanket spread out on the floor. Toys were scattered around them, evidence of what they were doing earlier. The corners of Ludwig's mouth turned upwards into a smile. Dieter lay on his back with his arms and legs sticking out and his mouth slightly open. His little belly rose and fell w
Germany x Reader: First StepsA cool, inviting spring breeze whispered its way through the open kitchen window. On the table sat a wicker picnic basket, along with sandwiches, a bag of potato chips, and a few other side dishes for the afternoon outing. You were gathering paper plates and utensils while Ludwig washed the dishes.Germany x Reader: First Steps by autumn-maple
From the living room, you heard adorable baby giggles and a familiar laugh. You looked over your shoulder, sneaking a peek at Gilbert playing with your eleven month old son. The Prussian grinned while he attacked his nephew with a small, soft plushy version of Berlitz. Dieter squirmed away and reached for a flying yellow bird that stole his attention, calling out to it in his sweet way. The sight made you smile. With a soft chuckle you started packing the basket.
"Gilbert's going to spoil him," Ludwig brought to your attention as he rinsed off the last dish. "Every time he visits he brings Dieter a new toy."
You giggled. "I see nothing wrong with that. As long as it's stopped by the time Die
Germany x Reader: Little One So DearYou sat comfortably on the couch, reading a book that you had started a few days ago. As you read, you ran a hand along the curve of your belly, letting the life inside of you know you cared. There was a light push against your hand from a foot. You giggled while placing the book down on the couch. "Hello to you, too, little one," you spoke to the baby softly.Germany x Reader: Little One So Dear by autumn-maple
Since Ludwig found out you were pregnant this past Christmas, he made sure that you and the baby were taken care of. If he saw you tire throughout the day, he'd coax you to the couch so you could rest. He'd talk to the baby while the two of you relaxed in the evenings, lightly stroking your belly. The way he lit up and chuckled as the baby kicked his hand made you giggle. You could tell already Ludwig was going to be a great father.
At the beginning of May, you and Ludwig went to your last doctor's appointment. You were told the baby was healthy and to expect to deliver on your due date in two weeks. You steadily grew nervous abo