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Post by Jack Dyllan on Thu Jul 14, 2016 1:40 am

There was a depth in Layabout Lane's eldest occupant's face that shouldn't have been there for someone so young. At twenty three years of age, Jack Dyllan should not have been carrying over weariness that looked like the excess exhaustion from three years prior. Her pupils seemed bottomless, her face seemed wrinkled even though it still had a youthful smoothness to it.Though comfortable at home, in old clothes, she looked ready to snap at attention.

She was busy putting away their takeout from dinner when Sunny ran through for the fourth time. "So, Goose fed the acromantulas without me-"

"He's not supposed to feed them without me-"

"Oh, well... Are we out of socks for Mongo?"

Jack cursed under her breath, realizing it was the one thing she had forgotten. She chewed on her lip, considering the plight of the sock-eating, mongrel-for-brains ottoman for a second before, "Give him a pair of Goose's. Show him."

Sunny beamed. "Aye, aye!"

She could distantly hear Sunny promising Goose she wasn't up to anything before he padded inside, looking bored. "Where's Viv?" he asked.

"Night off," Jack said, referring to the recent graduate who had taken up residence in the greenhouse and promised to help with the kid-minding. "And Lise and Tomas are-"

"They just left," Goose said, yawning as he referred to their neighbors.

"Want to feed the spiders for me?" Jack said.

Goose paused, staring at a point on the wall as he tried to figure out how to move forward. "They look... full. Must be shedding soon-"

"Okay, okay, go extinguish your pants and then go get that tank of pygmies. Then you and Sunny can feed the Abraxon foal."

That was when Sunny materialized. "We can do it now! C'mon!"

And they were gone. Jack sighed as she heard the back door swing shut with a squeak. One day the zoo would wind down. Of course, what would she do then? All of the disheartening things that had pushed Jack out of her active role saving the world had also stolen from her the joys of adventure. She used to jump out of windows and race down alleyways. She couldn't afford that anymore, though she certainly craved it. The adrenaline, the knowledge that someone was better off despite the danger to self, the turning of the mental cogs to outsmart and outmaneuver.

Without that drug, whiskey would have to do.

She looked across the house and a sigh filled her body, but it did not escape, instead reabsorbing.

Yeah, she was stressed.

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Post by Maddie McKillon on Tue Aug 02, 2016 2:55 am

[OOC: ex-stray-mely impressed by your punnage XD. sorry for the chunky post, trying to get a feel for the lil fam Razz (resisting the urge to make a polyvore  bounce) ]

“Kathryn, grab your jacket and that bottle of salamander blood, it’s cold out and make sure you don’t somehow misplace it in the split second netherworld between here and there. Charlie, put your coat on and hold my hand. Don’t worry, it won’t be half a second.”

Maddie had had a particularly frantic morning. Originally, the plan was to floo to Jack’s- that is, before their fireplace had birthed an impromptu gaggle of salamanders, which they’d then had to chase out or stun before the firecrab panicked and set fire to the furniture. Unwilling to risk repeating the incident, she’d decided to avoid the fireplace and instead apparate. This had set off Charlie’s nausea, who, sharing her aversion to apparition, worriedly asked if they could drive instead because he thought he might throw up once they got there. Kathryn’s exasperated eye roll- “we can’t drive down from Scotland, Charlie”- had further upset him but put an end to any protests. Had Casper been present, he would have diffused the teasing with his gentle charm, keeping the mood light and reassuring Charlie in that easy way of his. As it was, her eldest was spending the last few days of term at Hogwarts with his friends, and it fell to Maddie to make sure no major battles were waged by her two youngest.

“Mum, can I keep them in my room with Edgar?”

“That depends entirely on how hazardous a zone your floor still is once we get back, Kit-Kat.”

“Do you think they’ll have babies, mummy?”

“They might, Charlie, though I don’t suppose we’ll be keeping all of them if they do.”

No, she didn’t suppose they’d be able to even if they wanted to. Their small cottage would soon be engulfed in the chaos of moving, so they’d have to find other homes for any potential babies. Kathryn, who’d heard one mention of pygmy puffs and made it a personal mission to see them picked up and officially adopted, had drawn up a list of friends and acquaintances she’d confidently declared “pet-worthy”, to whom any extra pygmies could safely be unloaded if they multiplied significantly. Pygmy puffs were far from her main concern at that moment, however, as Charlie and Kathryn had chosen to battle it out between them rather than make any attempt to fetch either coat or jacket, certainly not moving off their comfortable perches on the sofa or preparing to apparate.

“You can’t take a flobberworm with you in your pocket, Charlie, that’s disgusting.” Kathryn said, nose scrunched up, words laced with a deliberate volume and eyes darting to her mother as she spoke. Maddie merely nodded absent-mindedly, searching in her pocket for her wand, keys, and a spare hair tie, mentally checking over the house- stove, off; pets, secure; door-

“Newt isn’t disgusting, and they’ll like flobberworms if they have pygmies, won’t they, mum?”

-locked, she supposed, though the wards alone would be sufficient. The kitchen window slightly ajar in case of Lenora delivering a message, and a note on the table for Casper if he decided to pop by. She nudged the ashes of the fireplace with a booted foot, double-checking the salamander fires were well and truly extinguished, momentarily ignoring the more heated flames brewing between her children in order to run a final check under the sofa for any stray salamanders they might have missed.

“They obviously don’t if they’re getting rid of the pygmies, and nobody likes flobberworms, Charlie.”

“But mum said they have an abraxan-“

“So does Beauxbatons,” Kathryn interrupted, though the flippant toss of her hair couldn’t quite disguise the envious tinge of her expression, “and they definitely don’t have flobberworms.”

“Everyone likes flobberworms,” Charlie insisted half-heartedly, hesitantly looking to his mother for confirmation.

“Put Newt back in his tank, Char-bear.” Maddie said as she came back to their apparition spot in the centre of the room, gently ruffling his hair and giving him a soft push. “Kathryn, don’t tease him.”

“I’m not teasing him, and anyway, nobody does like flobberworms, they’re gross and weird and ugly-“

“Right, off we go,” With an exaggerated brightness, she slipped her hand back into Charlie’s and drew Kathryn closer to her, grabbing them both tightly. Confident her pockets were essential-laden and no immediate hazards ere in the vicinity, Maddie closed her eyes and with a crack they had landed rather unceremoniously at the end of a long-ago familiar lane.

They set off on a brisk walk, the two children lagging behind slightly. Maddie could hear Charlie earnestly attempting to explain that you can’t keep a jarvey and pygmy puff together because jarveys eat small animals and they might not be able to tell the difference. She felt a small surge of pride at his meticulous reasoning, increased when she glimpsed Kathryn nodding along and cutting in to correct small details. The tension blew over, as it always did, and she felt foolish again for worrying, as she more often did, nowadays. A calm sense of reassurance bloomed in her these last few weeks. All seemed to be well for the small family, and with Charlie entering Hogwarts in a matter of months, the house would be emptier and quieter than ever it had been. Accompanying her on this errand had been more her idea than theirs- an excuse to keep them close before they inevitably flew the nest, as she knew they soon would, and Casper sooner. Where previously she would have left them with Bertha for such a brief excursion, today she was less willing, wanting to keep her little family as close as possible for these precious summer days, which she could see running out on them before even starting. Not for the first time, she was glad for her involvement in the hustle and bustle of Hogwarts life.

The familiar house was quickly reached and Maddie turned once they’d walked up the path in the manner of a general about to deliver the final instructions pertaining to a crucial mission.

“Right, you two. No trouble, I imagine Jack’s got her hands full as it is. Quickly in, quickly out. Ok?”

She nodded firmly to herself and reached out to ring the doorbell, just as Charlie burrowed his hand into hers and squeezed, apprehension clouding his small features. Kathryn was almost bouncing on her feet next to her, teenage ennui battling with the last vestiges of easy childish excitement, unable to keep in the question-

“Do they really have abraxans, mum?”
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Post by Jack Dyllan on Tue Aug 02, 2016 6:26 pm

((I thought you would be pleased. xP No worries at all! Juggling multiples gets crazy. And doooooo it. There's like 6 PAers on there. We use it for outfits, but also plots, advertising characters we want people to make, etc. It's super fun.))

"Yes, we do. Wanna see?"

Sunny and Goose had been in the process of feeding the foal, a flake of alfalfa in one child's arms, a bowl of grain in the others. The sound of approaching footsteps down the lane had prompted Sunny to set the grain down, informing Goose that it was imperative that they made sure it was not bad guys attempting to break through their wards. Goose, of course, thought that was unlikely, but once she had tip-toed away, he found his curiosity piqued enough to abandon the alfalfa and follow her around the house.

The front garden was crammed full of strange plants that Charlie had planted, so there was plenty of cover for the two to sneak up on the family. This clearly was not a group to be worried about, but they still were not going to pass up the opportunity to sneak up upon visitors.

Which is what Sunny did.

Her words were jolting after the privacy of their comments, causing Goose to drag himself from his own hiding spot. "Sunny," he groaned.

She turned. "What? We do. Hello, I am Sunny Dyllan. Shall I show you the Abraxon foal? We were just feeding him-"

The door opened and light poured out of the house onto the doorstep, causing Sunny and Goose's eyes to widen, caught in the act. Jack stood there, not looking surprised. It took a lot to surprise her now.

Jack's eyes found Maddie's. "You can take them too, if you'd like."

"She's kidding," Sunny whispered loudly to the boy, excited to see a kid so close to Goose's age, on her ever-continuing quest to ensure he had friends to fill the void of her friendship when he entered Hogwarts.

Jack waved them in. "Come on inside."

She had fetched the pygmy puffs for herself, their cage resting on the table as the zipped and hopped around each other. "Hey, kiddos. I'm Jack. These are my insubordinate child-slaves, Sunny and Goose." They both waved at their names, unfazed by Jack's strange brand of humor. "Anyone want something to drink?"

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Post by Maddie McKillon on Thu Aug 04, 2016 3:47 am

[Couldn't resist. (Teddy thread pending)]

Kathryn started at the strange voice while Maddie merely smiled in amusement at the reluctant co-conspirators.

“Yeah,” Kathryn shrugged nonchalantly, excitement quickly buried beneath an air of disinterest, though her limbs still buzzed in anticipation.  “Please,” she tacked on at Maddie’s piercing look.

“Hello, Sunny,” Maddie turned to the familiar child and smiled warmly, ignoring the gentle tug on the hand that held Charlie’s. The youngest of the Jerichos had quietly and partially retreated behind his mother, looking uncertainly between the duo. He eyed the younger girl with fascination at the barrage of words that left her mouth, attempting a shy smile in lieu of an introduction, which he found was monumentally difficult in the face of the precocious warmth she was exuding, fitting in light of her name. But if Sunny’s friendliness was overwhelming, her companion’s silence was more so, as the other boy did not seem to share Sunny’s enthusiasm for the visitors. And yet Charlie still watched him with quiet interest, surprised to find that the possibility of company his age in the form of this boy was a welcome change from the cloistered world of his mother and siblings.

At Jack’s words, Maddie sighed in exaggerated exasperation, gesturing at her two children.

“I’m sure we can negotiate a deal.”

She accompanied her words with a reassuring ruffle of Charlie’s hair, anticipating his alarm. But her youngest was watching Jack with intrigue, looking wide-eyed to Sunny then back again at the older redhead.

Kathryn laughed, unable to disguise her amusement. When she’d agreed to accompany her mother on this trip, she’d done so for the pygmies, not imagining their owner could be of any particular interest. Jack seemed… fun. Not negligent and cold, as had been her immediate assumption at her unloading of cute, harmless pygmy puffs, nor particularly motherly, as the children might indicate. As they followed Jack in, she shot a look saying as much to her mother, before darting forward to coo over the pygmies.

“Hi,” she said, “I’m Kathryn. This is Charlie. You’ll have to excuse him, he’s selectively mute. Strangers terrify-“

“Kath-“

“Hello,” a small voice cut short Maddie’s reprimand and both mother and daughter turned to stare at Charlie, who was looking shyly between the three Dyllans. Maddie hid her surprise with a proud smile as he hesitantly but firmly waved at the children. Kathryn blinked in shock, turning to Jack and clearing her throat.

“Butterbeer. Please. And can I see the abraxans?”

“Just water, thanks, Jack. Long distance apparition is always a three-headed dog. And Charlie will have-“

“Water please.”

This time, Maddie was unable to disguise her surprise, watching Charlie in bemusement, while Kathryn raised her eyebrows incredulously. This was a wholly unexpected development, to say the least.
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Post by Jack Dyllan on Sat Aug 06, 2016 5:13 am

((Yessss! To both! Also, I already love these interactions))

The house was always full of strangers, as Jack's knack for attracting down-and-out werewolves had only multiplied since her times in Hogwarts. The mudroom was full of shoes without an owner, smelly socks without a cure for the odor. Lise and Tomas had permanent jackets hanging up, and Gabby's favorite liquor was set aside for his far and few trips.

But there was something refreshing about a family visiting their zoo-like home. Everyone who visited Layabout had that fragmented, lonely quality. Every family had their messiness, but Maddie and her kids seemed to be a crew who stuck together, and welcoming them inside felt like a breath of fresh air.

Jack couldn't get a word in against the young girl, Kathryn. And yet, when she finally found an opening, she was silenced with the rest of the group by the voice of the boy, which seemed to be a rare thing indeed. Goose was watching Charlie with curiosity, clearing intrigued, and Sunny was absolutely beaming at him, clever enough to realize what the adults recognized. Charlie liked them.

Jack nodded in time with the orders, and crossed to the refrigerator, grabbing two water bottles - glasses had a tendency to be broken - and pulling out a can of butterbeer. It was a nice new development, having Gabby invest in the Three Broomsticks. They were canning the butterbeers now and Jack loooooved it.

She placed them on the table while Sunny did the talking. "We could certainly show the abraxan. It's only one, but it's a baby, which is better than five grown up abraxans, obviously. We were supposed to feed him but then you. showed. up..."

She trailed off as she realized she had forgotten to feed the foal, and Goose was sighing heavily, pinching the bridge of his nose. She glanced to Jack who tried to keep up the fake irritation, though she liked the idea of these clearly enthusiastic kids being able to take part in the feeding.

"Then you four better hurry," she said.

((Fun fact, I had a best friend named Kathryn who was selectively mute. Named spelled that way and everything. Just a weird coincidental factoid.))

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Post by Maddie McKillon on Fri Aug 26, 2016 3:23 pm

[Super weird factoid woah XD Sorry for the lateness!]

The trio each thanked Jack in turn for their beverages, Charlie looking shy again as Sunny turned the full force of her smile at him. For half a second it seemed as though he would retreat back into his shell. However, the mention of the abraxan foal was enough to keep him from hiding behind his mother or taking refuge in his muteness.

His lips curled into a small smile as Sunny trailed off and Goose looked frustrated.

"We can help."

At his tentative words, Kathryn, who had been busy inspecting the can of butterbeer, looked up, sharing her mother's surprised expression. Almost immediately, she straightened up and flipped her hair back in an attempt to regain her conversational footing, never one to be shown up by her younger brother.

"Oh, yeah, duh. Of course you can't keep a grown abraxan, they're like, giants."

"Giants-"

"Lead the way!" she ploughed on, cutting off her mother's correction. Maddie rolled her eyes and shrugged helplessly at Jack, screwing on the water bottle cap. On her face was a smile, though, as Charlie stepped forward to join Goose and Sunny, his expression an endearing blend of nervousness and excitement. His mother and sister recognised it for what it was: bravery, and both couldn't suppress their grins.

"Charlie, you've fed abraxans before, haven't you? At that farm?" Kathryn raised her eyebrows encouragingly at the younger child, silently urging him to take her prompt. She neglected to mention that they'd both accompanied Maddie on that trip, and Charlie recognised her gesture for what it was: a helpful 'in' with the other children. He gave her the tiniest smile before turning back to Sunny and Goose.

"Yes, but they were grown up. The foals were asleep." He said, more confidence in his voice as Maddie looked proud but slightly thrown, unaccustomed to this forthcoming version of her youngest. Kathryn, slightly smug at her generous quick thinking, couldn't help but interrupt again.

"Foals are cuter anyway."
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Post by Jack Dyllan on Mon Aug 29, 2016 5:20 pm

Sunny was already babbling on and on about their plans for the foal - Jack's plan to nurse it back before returning it to the winged creature rescue, and her own plans to hide it in the wood behind the house so she could fly and visit her cousin whenever she wanted. She didn't even bother keeping her voice down as she grabbed Kathryn's hand and marched her outside towards the little makeshift stable, continuing to list her qualifications as an abraxan handler, while Goose nodded towards Charlie in the spirit of getting him to follow. Goose shoved his hands into his pockets and slumped alongside the other, boy, but Jack could hear him ask, as the door shut between them, "What farm did you feed abraxans at?"

The silence after the kids left the house was nearly unsettling, but Jack smirked, saying, "There's always this ringing in my ears when they go outside. Like, I can still hear them prattling on." She laughed and reached back into the fridge for a regular old beer for herself. She lifted it up so Maddie could see. "I also have this, if you'd like one."

She crossed to the table and sat down, popping the cap off her beer and taking a sip before letting out a yawn. "It's never just a pick up and go thing with kids, is it? It's good for Goose and Sunny though. They don't see many other kids. How old is Charlie now?"

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Post by Maddie McKillon on Mon Aug 29, 2016 7:23 pm

As she watched the kids traipse out, Kathryn pulled by the younger Dyllan, who no doubt was an even match for her loquaciousness, and Charlie buzzing with anticipation at the prospect of friendship, Maddie found she had to suppress a sigh. The calm that followed their departure was a welcome relief, but always left her with a slight sense of emptiness.

"It's unsettling. You think you'd do anything for peace and quiet, but then..." She didn't finish her sentence, leaving her thoughts hanging. With kids, one could never be completely free of their little shadows. They were always there, occupying your thoughts and concerns even in their physical absence. She was sure Jack felt it too, biological mother or no. Instead, she finished with a laugh-sigh at her own sentimentality.

Jack's offer made her freeze for a second, the temptation strong but the determination stronger. How far could she fall again, given the chance? It had been 2 years, and she was stronger than she'd been in more than that, but was she willing to take the risk?

"This'll do for me," she finally said, indicating the water bottle and giving those thoughts a firm shove. A wistful smile came over her face at Jack's next words.

"No, nothing ever really is that simple with kids. Mine couldn't believe their luck at being brought along. They're both wild for company, human or otherwise. I don't think Charlie even realizes it himself." She felt the tiniest tinge of guilt at that, pondering that perhaps they could do with more outings as a family, seeing friends and enjoying themselves.

"He's going into his First Year this September. Close in age to Goose, I'd imagine?"
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Post by Jack Dyllan on Tue Aug 30, 2016 3:45 am

Jack didn't know if she could call her sentiments towards Goose and Sunny maternal. She didn't act like their mom, and she made no attempts to. She felt like it would be an insult to the clever minds and the spare memories to pretend she had always been there when she had not. Both kids new the deal, and it seemed to work well to be as upfront about it as they were. They all knew it wasn't for lack of caring. Jack almost hated to admit the love she had for the pair, but it wasn't because of any familial obligation. She thought they were cool humans.

So yeah, even though they exhausted her and she often thought she was not only unequipped, but maybe not even as enthusiastic about the role as she should have been, she could not but help hear the voices bounce between her head even when they were gone. It was a comfort.

"Mmm," Jack said, taking another swig, as the nostalgic territory was a path she rarely walked down. "It's hard to do outings when you're busy making sure they don't starve," she pointed out with a laugh, shielding the truth of the hardship of single guardianship with the joke. Neither woman needed much of a reminder, she supposed.

Jack lifted an amused eyebrow at Maddie's words. "Same age, yeah. Actually, we just got confirmation that he can attend Hogwarts. Might attend- " she shook her head. "He doesn't have much magic. Pureblood lines tainted his magic supply so he's weak, in all regards but mentally. We met with the Lupins though and we're... we're working on it." She sighed. "He hates admitting how much help he needs."

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Post by Maddie McKillon on Wed Aug 31, 2016 3:17 am

[How weird and fortuitous a coincidence is the salamander thing? XD]

Maddie appreciated Jack's humour. There was much to set the two women apart from each other- not least their approaches to motherhood- but one thing that tied them, apart from the strays, was their care. Perhaps the younger woman didn't display it in the same way Maddie did, by worrying incessantly over her children, doing her best to be a figure of warm maternal authority- but her generosity to these children was undeniable. Maddie couldn't say she completely understood Jack's approach, but it seemed to work out fine with her wards. They were no less boisterous or confident than her own, at any rate. And there was something to be said for her taking in two children she had no direct responsibility towards. Despite her own attachment to her role as a mother, and her willingness to take in stray animals, human strays were not something she'd had any direct experience in.

It was nice, however, to take a break from fretting and find some humour in responsibilities, so she couldn't help the amused smile that stretched her cheeks. Almost as soon as it appeared, though, it vanished, her face creasing in concern at Jack's next words. Whatever she'd expected her to say, it hadn't been that. She felt a pang of sympathy run through her at the thought of the serious little boy and the pain and disappointment that would inevitably follow such a revelation.

"That's...awful, Jack. I'm so sorry. I can't imagine how hard it must be to break something like that to him. Have you had any leads on how to combat it?"

She paused, mulling over the new information. Then, suddenly, remembering the small vial she'd carefully screwed shut and intended to bring with her, she sat up.

"Oh, that reminds me! I had a vial of salamander blood I wanted to give you, in exchange for the puffs. We spent our morning battling those buggers, and we've got enough to spare. It's regenerative and good for strengthening potions, so you might find it useful, and- oh, where is it?"

The last words she spoke as she stood up, looking through her pockets with a furrowed brow, before looking back up at the other woman with a sheepish smile.

"Kathryn has it- I hope."
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