loook at them
besties (Mirabel is also kinda like: what am I doing here)
poor girl always has to do the same pose
big bro Camilo (Antonio’s so cute)
just perfect couple (looking so cute together)
Agustín is just happy to be there you know
Dolores: So what does it eat?
Antonio: [starts breakdancing]
Camilo: Not yet. Wait until she asks what that is.
Have you met Dolores~?
The Madrigals as Pictures in my Phone
Pepa!🌤♡ And her many emotions✨
Okay this is prob my fave out of the madrigal cosplay's i've done lololI (plz excuse the bad editing lmao)
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I know they played Pepa shocking her kids with lighting for laughs but there’s no way she didn’t feel horrible when it happened. And I picture her shocking someone as not just her getting started but her losing her temper, getting angry, lashing out (like all parents do) so I wrote a little mini fic about the first time she shocked Dolores and how bad she would feel bc who doesn’t need feels on a Sunday night?
Low thunder rolled and a stormcloud drenched her as she sat with her back to the wall, head bowed, legs pulled up to her chest. Félix shut the door behind him and kneeled down in front of her. She ignored him. She ignored his gentle hand on her shoulder, his soothing voice calling her ‘Pepi’, she ignored everything but her own feelings of guilt wrecking her.
“I’m sorry,” she whispered, her voice trembling. “I’m so sorry.”
Pepa hadn’t meant to hurt her. She hadn’t meant to hurt her baby, it was an accident.
Dolores wouldn't stop screaming and crying, clutching Pepa’s skirt, making a mess, refusing to listen, throwing a tantrum like all small children were apt to do. Pepa hadn’t meant to lose her temper, she hadn’t meant to bring the lightning when she yelled at Dolores to just stop for two seconds so she could hear herself think.
The scream Dolores let out as the lightning struck her and the look of horrified shock as she stood frozen before she began to scream and cry for Félix was bad. Her refusing to come near Pepa when she tried to hug her and apologize, the fear in her big brown eyes as she clung to her father was even worse.
“She’s fine,” Félix whispered, burying his hand in her hair, as though he could hear her thoughts. “Mi vida, she’s okay. She isn’t hurt. She didn’t even need Julieta.”
The thunder rolled again in time. “I hurt our little girl.” Her voice trembled and another sob ripped past her lips. “Four years old and I hurt her… How can you even stand to look at me?”
Felix immediately wrapped her in his arms, stroking her hair. Even though she knew she didn’t deserve it Pepa allowed it to comfort her, to help soothe the horrid emotions she was feeling right now. “Because I know that you love our daughter, and that this was just an accident. You love Dolores. You would never hurt her intentionally. I know you.” He kissed her on her cheek. “You are an amazing mamí.” And then the other. “You are the best mother that girl could ask for.” Her forehead was next. “I know you didn’t mean it.” And finally her lips. “I love you. She loves you.”
Pepa shook her head. “She’s terrified of me. Felix, you saw her face.” More tears and rain came down. “Dolores hates me. And what’s more is I don’t blame her.”
Felix held her tighter. “She does not hate you, mi amore. She was just scared, that's all.”
Her chin wobbled dangerously. “No child should be afraid of their mother.”
Felix finally was able to realize no words or hugs or kisses would make her feel better, and instead just held her tight and let her rain soak through the both of them. Until a tiny little voice called out from behind the bedroom door.
Pepa instantly perked up, wiping her eyes only to have more tears and rain replace them. “Dolores? Baby, you can come in.”
The door opened a sliver and her shy little quiet niña popped her head in. She took a step inside and then another, holding her hands close to her chest. “Are you still mad at me?” Dolores asked. It took everything in Pepa not to start sobbing again.
“No! No, Mija, never! Come here.” Pepa opened her arms and when Dolores ran to her and hugged her tight, never before had her clouds been wiped away so fast with a rainbow to take its place.
She kissed the top of her head, running her hand through her daughter’s thick beautiful curls. “Are you mad at me?”
Dolores shook her head, resting her head on Pepas chest and playing with the end of her mothers braid. “I’m sorry I was naughty.”
“And I’m sorry for losing my temper. I will try my best not to ever do that again, okay?” Dolores nodded and snuggled closer. “You know I love you, right?”
“More than anything.”
A playful little smile crept up her daughter's lips, and Pepas' sun got brighter. “More than coffee?”
“Much more than coffee.”
“More than tres leches?”
“Oh WAY more than tres leches.”
“More than sunshine?”
“A thousand times more!” Pepa declared, giving her a small tickle, her daughter's laughter filling the room with rainbows.
Pepa kissed the top of her head before she hugged her again. “You’re sure you’re okay?”
“Good. You wanna stay in here and cuddle a bit or do you wanna go play with your prima?”
“I’ll go play.”
With one final kiss Pepa sent her on her way, the light of the rainbows reflecting off the yellow dress she wore.
Dolores: Y/n what going through your mind I can see it is something.
Y/n: well I was thinking of that song you sang to Mirabel. When you said you associate him with the sound of falling sand.
Y/n: I think you was hearing him throw salt and sugar.
Dolores: I don’t know Y/n have you seen all the sand in his room.
Bruno walks by giving the girls a quick wave before heading out. Stoping only to throw salt over his shoulder before heading out the door.
Y/n: mi amor silly man (sighs happily before looking back to Dolores)
Dolores: …yes you might be right Tia.
Mariano: a poem for Dolores <3
roses are red
violets are blue
your name is Dolores
Dolores: that was so cute 10/10
Camilo: he’s an idiot Dolores
Dolores: wrong. he’s MY idiot
Camilo: I love cheating. If you don't cheat, what the hell is wrong with you?
Dolores: Have you ever been cheated on?
Camilo: I forgot some people are in relationships. To clarify, I love to violate academic integrity on exams.
can i have yandere platonic encanto with a reader who can control time please?
Yandere Platonic! Camilo, Isabela and Dolores
Note: Hello anon! Thank you for this request, I noticed I am getting a lot of platonic requests😅
Pairs: Yandere! Camilo Madrigal x sister!reader, Yandere! Isabela Madrigal x sister!reader and Yandere! Dolores Madrigal x sister!reader (Platonic!)
Type: Yandere, Platonic and Headcanons
Camilo was 9 months old when you were born.
He radiates overprotective brother vibes.
He would be suspicious of everyone you knew.
Your best friend(s)
If any of them insulted you.
They would be counted as missing the next day.
Now, Isa is a bit different.
She acts like she hates you.
But she actually really cares about you.
A bit too much…
Isabela likes to look at you while you are talking to someone you know.
She’s afraid that they will hurt you emotionally or physically.
If they did, Isa will not kill them at first but torture them.
She just wants to protect her little sister.
Now Dolores is fun to hang with if she’s your sister.
When you two play tag you would use your gift and stop time and run to another spot making it harder for Dolores to catch you.
But she doesn’t watch you from afar or anything.
She can just use her gift to listen if someone is hurting you.
If someone did, Dolores will torture them with high-pitched sounds making their ears bleed and go deaf.
Thank you for reading!
could you do dolores w a fem reader? maybe dolores is crushing on us and is planning on asking us out? you can ignore this if you don’t want to do this request =)
The girl of my dreams
dolores x female! reader,
summary: with the help of her tio bruno, dolores gains the confidence to do something very important.
not proof read.
Sure, Dolores was told that the man of her dreams would be just out of reach — but what about the girl of her dreams?
You and Dolores were best friends, since diapers! You two practically grew up together, making you both completely attached to the hip, swearing to tell each other everything and anything.
..However, there was something Dolores had kept secret from you, and she was sure she couldn't keep it to herself for very long.
That something, was her crush on you.
Now don't get her wrong, she wanted to tell you the moment she realized it herself, but she ultimately decided not to - in fear that if she did, things wouldn't turn out too well.
But, Dolores knew she would have to tell you eventually, considering that she couldn't keep any secret to herself.
So, she decided to pay her Tio Bruno a visit, in hopes she would get the clarity and confidence she needed.
"Dolores are you sure? What if you see something you don't like? It's already happened before, I don't want to hurt you a second time." Bruno crossed his legs, giving his niece a hesitant and worried look.
"[Name] is going to find out sooner or later, I just need to know if we'll still be friends.." Dolores explained, giving her Tio a reassuring nod to let him know she'll be okay, regardless of the vision being good or bad.
Bruno smiled nervously, lighting some sand on fire with a stick, taking a deep breathe before holding his hands out for Dolores to grab. "You might wanna hold on..."
Dolores quickly held on tight, wincing as the sand that was once on the ground circled around them, the harsh noise hurting her ears.
The vision had started to form, and it showed you raising your hand up to Dolores' cheek.
"She's..slapping you?!" Bruno furrowed his eyebrows, going back on what he said. "Wait! She's holding you!"
"Am I being slapped or not?!" Dolores yelled out, horror written all over her features.
"She's holding you!" Bruno exclaimed, excitement filling his eyes when the vision stared to come to a close. "A kiss! It's a kiss!"
Dolores' jaw had dropped, watching the sand turn into a green tile and fall right into Bruno's hands. "Well look at that! You two do get together!"
A smile had taken over Dolores' face, making her squeal and jump up and down, Bruno jumping with her. "What are you waiting for? Go!" He encouraged.
Dolores leaned her head to the right, to try and figure out where you were. "She's outside!" She immediately ran downstairs, thanking Bruno on her way out.
Bruno smiled, letting out a huge sigh. "Kids.."
aftermath: you accepted her confession, and you two are now girlfriends who like to do picnics on the mountains of the encanto, the end :]
Luisa: okay! That's enough, you people have potty mouths. And I don't like it when you're all cussing near Antonio. Stop it
Mirabel: ok, I'm sorry. Isa is the worst one
Isabela: what? Fuu-fu-funny that you should say that! You cuss as much as me!
Mirable: well I would never!
Isabela: yes you are! You're a lying female dog!
Mirabel: I never thought my own sister would have the courage to call me a female dog!
Isabela: well you are! And why am I the only one your attacking?! Camilo and Dolores cuss as much as us
Dolores: [Bangs her fists together]
Camilo: wow way to throw us under the ducking buss!
Isabela: what? I'm fraking correct aren't I? Why are you all so offended?
Dolores: because you don't let cousins down you uneducated weed!
Luisa: well I guess I got what I asked for
We all know Dolores was jealous of Isabela for going to marry Mariano.
How much do you want to bet Dolores said Mariano wanted 5 babies to scare her cousin?
I want to psycho analyze the Madrigal’s gifts by the triplets’ line.
Bruno’s is the most obviously worse out of the Triplets. Physically taxing, mentally scarring in some cases, and drives a wedge between him and everyone around him. I think if Bruno had had any cannon children, their gifts would have been similarly bad. -100/10, the future is overrated.
Pepa’s line is interesting to analyze in my opinion.
Pepa has a difficult gift in the first place- she has to bottle up her own emotions to maintain a perfect weather cycle, has to force negative (in most cases) ones to change the cycle, and her bottled up emotions have a chance of exploding in a quite nasty way. I think we can see her gift’s difficulties reflected in her children’s. 2/10, I would be raining all the time, and I would give a big fat middle finger to anyone telling me “you have a cloud!”
Dolores’ is obvious in my opinion- she literally has a heightened sense tuned to what seems to be roughly a mile around the Encanto (give or take), and if she is able to concentrate on a certain set of noises, which in of itself is a difficulty, she’s left with the decision to either share or act on anything she hears. Her gift has slim to no upsides, and I’d go as far as saying that it has no upsides at all. -∞/10, even though my hearing sucks atm.
Camilos’ is a little more subtle, but certainly still prevalent- he/they literally have the ability to shift any part of their body into anyone he has a clear image of- or to even change things about his body he doesn’t like- hello, body dysmorphia?? And I can’t imagine that this ability isn’t taxing- so if he wasn’t constantly eating Tia Julieta’s miracle food, I would bet that his muscles would be sore ALL the time. And having to eat constantly to replace burned energy! -7/10, I already don’t like my face, but I don’t want to have a cure-all for it!
As for Antonio, I don’t honestly know if his gift would have huge upsides like his siblings- but I think it would be like Julieta’s side- subtle, but really serious. Antonio can understand any animal- and they’re probably more compelled to be nice to him (i hope) but that would mean that Antonio probably won’t be doing much socializing outside of his family. Possible social anxiety? He’s got a really good net of people to help him though, so I can’t honestly see much downside to his gift. 10/10, the only good rating, I want to hear gossip from animals about the humans.
And oh, ho, ho! We’ve arrived at Julieta’s side of the family!
At first glance, I think Julieta’s gift looks pretty much without downside- just eat some of her cooking and wow! No more seriously broken bone!
Two things immediately pop out to me- this hinges on Julieta’s cooking, nobody else! I’m obviously not sure how persnickety magic is, but assuming it’s extremely picky, Julieta has to do everything- that means from raw ingredients to fully cooked, and she has to make a LOT. No rest for the weary here!
Second- relying on a magical cure for sickness and injury is concerning to me in two ways. What happens in a situation where (like after Casita falls) Julieta’s cooking isn’t a heal-all? Does she know anything about identifying injuries or treating them? I’d wager very little- given how much time she has to spend preparing her magical food.
And lastly- we saw a pattern here! Julieta has no time (or very little) to do literally anything else other than working with her gift. I’d wager she’d kinda get resentful of having to cook so much- it keeps her from paying attention to people who need her, not her food! Julieta’s gift gets a -2/10 for me, and that’s with me considering that her food could remove nausea.
Isabella Perfecta- on the outside I’d see her gift as pretty damn amazing- grow any flower, make a tree speed run growing, make any garden flourish? Cool!
But I think before Isabella actively changes what she’s growing, I think she could cause more harm than good. Any non-native plant can become an invasive species, if left unchecked. Now I think this is where it gets more complicated- I have a feeling that at least a certain amount of Isabella’s abilities are linked to her emotions, and if she set her mind to it, Isabella could likely remove plants in a wide area, much more effectively than a regular person. So, meh on the oof scale.
However! Her gift is incredibly unique, and we certainly saw that she used it ALL the time, often to try to appease Abuela. Now I’m going to try not to rant about Abuela’s influence on this side of the Madrigals, but the sheer energy Isabella spent on appeasement must’ve meant physical exhaustion. On my scale I’d say 6/10, because I realized that her abilities would help curb deforestation. In terms of taxing, 5/10.
Luisa. Oh, wonderful, beautiful Luisa.
I don’t have a lot to say really, your gift means you’re expected to do all the heavy lifting. You’re taken advantage of to move a building (seriously why did they have her move the church? No enough godly light??) and other things that HAVE NO BUSINESS BEING MOVED! REROUTING A RIVER IS NOT A THING TO BE DONE BY ONE PERSON!
This also means you’re away from the people you want to spend time with- you can pry my thoughts about how much Luisa loves her little sister from my cold dead hands, I’m a last child, I know how older siblings (with 5+ age gap) really want to treat their siblings, and it’s to play/spend time with them at the drop of a hat.
On top of all this? Her entire mental image of herself is being able to serve others in increasingly over complicated ways. She lost her cool at the dinner because she couldn’t do what a GUEST asked her to do. If I was the head of a household and my guest asked my (overpowered and certainly capable) child to move a large object for their own whim, I would kick them out! (Seriously! Mariano is fine, but Señora Guzman is on thin fucking ice!)
In my terms, Luisa’s gift is a 3/10, and that’s because she’s gotta have a heightened balance ability somewhere in there too.
And finally, Mirabel. Oh Mirabel, I literally sobbed every time you felt the gap between you and your family members- as a third child, you are so relatable and it broke my heart!
As a giftless Madrigal, you were seen less than, maybe not intentionally- but the feeling of uselessness was constantly being projected onto you, just because those with gifts wouldn’t allow you to help.
Because of that feeling of uselessness, I think Mirabel overcompensated- tried to do things that would “make my family proud”, show that she’s just as special as the rest of her family, and she shouldn’t be pushed aside just because she has no gift.
However, in a way, I think the lack of a gift saved Mirabel a lot of pain- the pain of never being enough, not if she couldn’t stretch herself to her very limits just to make people happy.
My diagnosis? Mirabel’s lack of a gift is a 8/10, and it’s only an 8 because no gift caused her so much pain.
Long story short, I think that the Madrigal’s family followed a pattern in gift types/burdens, and in the end I would call the gifts the drawback of creating a safe haven. They might be cool, but I would not want a Madrigal’s gift for myself, not even if it meant clear skin.