Mother’s day minific for Mei and Ise?
Gosh, I made the boys so cheesy in this. I hope y’all forgive me for the cavities
Mei stretched as the morning sun streamed through the window, warming her skin as she woke from her slumber. She blinked, still a little bleary, not quite understanding why the sheets around her were cold and empty, until she heard a soft chuckle coming from the doorway.
“Well, look who’s finally awake,” Kento smiled as he entered the room, carrying a bouquet of pink roses he presented to her gallantly, kneeling at her bedside with his cloak fluttering behind him. “For the beautiful lady.”
“O-Oh. Thank you, Kento...” She blushed as she received them, despite her confusion. “I love them...”
Then, Rintaro came into the room, carrying a breakfast tray with fluffy souffle pancakes laden with syrup and berries, a side of bacon, sausages and tamagoyaki, coffee and orange juice, and (of course) a chocolate eclair. “A feast fit for the queen,” he said with a little wink, placing the tray right in front of her.
“I... Huh?” Mei was extremely confused at the special treatment. “What’s going on...?”
Kento and Rintaro shared a look before they both burst into a short laugh. “You haven’t realized, have you...?” Kento chuckled.
Mei blinked at them. “Realized what?”
The bedroom door opened once more, and in walked Touma with Ise at his heels. Ise leapt onto the bed to nuzzle at his Mama, and then turned to his Tou-chan expectantly.
“Go on, Ise, you can do it,” Touma encouraged with a smile. “Tell Mama what you want to say...”
Ise looked back at his Mama. “What is it, Ise? You can tell Mama anything, you know?” she told him with a gentle smile.
Ise looked back at Touma, who nodded, then Ise turned back to his Mama with determined eyes. “Ha-Happy Mama D-Day, Mama!”
Mei blinked. “I... what?” She asked, still confused. “Mama... Day?”
“Ah, you really didn’t realize, did you?” Touma joined in on the other two laughing. “Happy Mother’s Day, Mei.”
“Oh,” Mei whispered, as the realization dawned on her. “I...” she choked on the sudden emotions she felt and tears sprung onto her eyes. “I didn’t even realize it was today...” She looked back at Ise. “Did you learn to say that for me?”
“We all taught him how to say it!” Rintaro eagerly replied, “He’s a very clever dragon, after all.”
She put aside her roses and reached for her little dragon son, pulling him into her lap and hugging him tightly. “Mama loves it so much,” she said through her happy tears. “Mama loves you so much...” Ise cooed and snuggled up to her.
“Hey, we helped too,” Kento pouted at her, and Rintaro pointedly nudged his side with an affronted look.
“Of course you did,” laughed Mei, dabbing at her eyes. “Come here, you three.”
She scooted a little so the boys could all fit on the bed with her and Ise. Touma climbed in from one side, while Rintaro and Kento sat on her other side. Mei reached up to kiss each of them in turn.
The boys turned pink as they flushed in pleasure, and she couldn’t help but smile at them. “Thank you, my beloved knights.”
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