hello! can i please have a dad!aizawa x mom!reader and their kid on an amusement park? thank you!
oof. aizawa might be a bit ooc but i had a tough time writing because of how i started this out. just in case it isn’t clear, (d/n) = daughter’s name. It takes me forever to come up with names because I’m super picky with them and I personally don’t like it when a name is chosen when I read a scenario like this, so i was just thinking on what I’d personally prefer.
scenario _ Aizawa Shouta
“Do you think that we should really go on that ride? It seems a little…” Aizawa trailed off, peering at the huge roller coaster displayed before the three of you. As one of the cars raced by high above, his hair and clothing ruffled in the wind that carried from it. There were many words he could choose from, but in the end, he decided on one. “Fast.”
The screams coming from the passengers implied that it was as extreme as the ride’s information said it was. Turning his head away from the behemoth, he saw the entrance to what looked like might be a cute boat ride. His suspicions were confirmed when he saw several families walk in with little toddlers, so he pointed at it, prompting you and your daughter to look.
“Why not that ride, (d/n)? Doesn’t that look like it might be more interesting?”
“Maybe later, Daddy! I want to go on this one now, though!” She hopped on her two feet excitedly, tugging on his arm. When more people walked past you and into the line’s entrance, she hopped faster and tugged a little more desperately. “The line’s getting loooongeeeeer.”
He sighed. Of all things, she had to be excited to go on the high-speed one.
“Come on, I’m sure it’ll be fun. This is a highly esteemed theme park. The workers will make sure we’ll be safe, they know what they’re doing.” Your voice sounded encouraging, but he could tell you were one second away from making a teasing remark.
“I know that.” You gripped his shoulder, rubbing it in an effort to maybe ease any tension out.
“Oh yeah? Well, I didn’t think you’d be hesitant to go on this, Aizawa. You can face villains but not a roller coaster ride? What’s up with that?” He turned his head to glare at you, which only made your smile grow wider.
“I don’t want to chase an adrenaline rush when I don’t have to.” As he bonked you on the head for your comment, he heard (d/n) let out a whine from next to him.
“Daaaaad, pleeeease.” He sighed again. “DadIwannagoontherideitlookssofunpleaselet’sgoIwannagoon-“
Gripping her hand, he began walking to the entrance.
“Let’s go, then.”
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“For the record, I was not afraid to go on that roller coaster earlier. Is it so much to want to relax on a vacation? That’s all I wanted.”
“And why are you mentioning that now?”
“Yeah, I don’t get it.” (d/n) chomped on her fork, eating her meal happily. She moved idly, her feet swinging underneath her chair. “We’re relaxing now, right? That was also, like… a million hours ago.”
“Don’t chew with your mouth open, please.” She nodded, grabbing another forkful of food. “And I’m mentioning it now because I didn’t really get the chance to earlier.”
“When you have a nine-year-old dragging you to different places all day, you don’t really have a moment to breathe.” You added, eyes wandering off to your child, who still seemed to have a lot more energy to spare despite the fact that all three of you got up earlier than usual. It was now dinnertime and she didn’t seem like she’d stop soon.
You suddenly felt the same as Aizawa and hoped that your daughter would want to call it quits soon. Maybe after the fireworks? You locked eyes with your husband and you knew the two of you were thinking the same thing.
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As the sun set beyond the horizon, the three of you continued to walk around the park, going from destination to destination. The only solace you could take in was the thought of waiting in a long line, still standing but no longer moving. Whatever happened to your stamina after the two of you became parents made it dwindle drastically, apparently.
“Oh, look at those light up wands! Can I have one? Please!”
The three of you stopped at the cart that appeared at nightfall, looking over at all of the different assortments of light-up toys.
“Yeah, you can pick out two if you want.”
“Thanks, Dad- WHAT! Two?!”
“I should get a necklace too, then! Or maybe a crown? Oh, there’s a big hat too! And a balloon. Although, that may be too annoying to carry… Hm…”
You couldn’t help but laugh at how your child’s personality contrasted with your husband’s.
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The fireworks erupted loudly around you and everyone else in the crowd, but despite all of that you could still hear the sounds of your daughter’s laughter as she sat on top of Aizawa’s shoulders. With all the colors popping up and lighting up the dark sky, you were glad that she could see such a beautiful moment. It was the perfect way to end the day.
You saddled up closer to your husband’s side, his arm moving from holding (d/n)’s leg to wrapping around your side. You continued to enjoy the fireworks.
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“I’m glad we came today. It was nice to get away from life for a second.” You whispered to Aizawa, as you drove home. Your daughter slept peacefully in the backseat, having nodded off the moment you all left the parking lot.
“I’m glad we did too, even if it’s not exactly my cup of tea.”
“No, it might not be your idea of fun. But you have fun when the people you love have fun.”
“I suppose.” You laughed lightly, knowing he was teasing even when his tone of voice hardly changed. You leaned over in the car and gave him a kiss on the cheek.