random headcanons of gaara reacting to mother's day
ever since a kid he doesn't really get the meaning of the holiday cos of :<
one time he got to play with his siblings during the holiday and he saw many kids with their mother (from afar of course)
temari saw gaara being curious and told him about the holiday
gaara still doesn't get it but he thinks its special since its given a holiday
"I can't wait till I get to be like mom!" temari's statement that shocked him and kankuro
kankuro of course knows that gaara do not know their mother so he changed the subject and continue playing with him
that night he became so curious about mother's day that he looked at the picture of his mother in his room
yashamaru noticed this and asked him why does he keep looking at the picture
"Why is my mother not here? I also want to celebrate "mother's day""
"When do I get to meet her?"
"I want to show her my teddy!"
"Temari said she's super nice! I really want to meet her"
"Won't she visit me? I promise I'll be good!"
Yashamaru does not know how to answer gaara so he just hugged him and said "maybe someday you'll understand"
because of this gaara is more confused by the holiday
when shikadai was born and he got to see temari being so mother like he felt his heart swell
"Hey, you really look like mom now. I guess I get to greet her Happy Mother's Day after all"
I know they’ve talked about how Covid changed how they wanted to film this scene, but there is something fitting about it ending in a handshake. It allows us to see a change, a move from the professional to (hopefully) something more. It’s TO Bradford and Officer Chen saying goodbye.
I hope that when they next clasp hands it’s as charged as hand holding scene in a period drama film. Because it’s going to be Tim and Lucy, and we already know the chemistry is there.
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@luminyasity said: I'm super late, but happy birthday dear cutie!! I hope you have/had a wonderful day. <3
HECK HELLO THERE, IT’S BEEN SO LONG !! gosh, i was starting to wonder if you’d forgotten me, i certainly haven’t forgotten our old beastars thread. excuse my excitement BUT HECK HEYO YES THANK YOU !!
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This is just a personal interpretation but, ever since the final volume, the possibility of Giyuu starting a family and having kids after the story, kind of makes sense. (at least for me)
As you can see, Giyuu felt extreme guilt over his sister’s death considering she was suppose to get married the next day, yet she sacrificed her own happiness to protect him.
Given the themes about carrying your loved one’s will. It could make sense how Giyuu would want to continue what Tsutako wasn’t able to do.
Giyuu doesn't seem like someone who is accustomed to taking care of kids, if he ever had one though, I imagine he could be a little clumsy, but nonetheless, he would still be a great and loving dad, because he would make sure his kids wouldn’t suffer the way he did.
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