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- I imagine Arthur was nothing short of ecstatic when Molly told him they were going to have their first child
toms hair at the pop expo is probably my favorite thing thats happened all weekend
harry potter literally ruined my life in the best possible way
— of course it is happening inside your head, harry, but why on earth should that mean it isn’t real?
Teddy & Harry: Harry sending Teddy off to Hogwarts, for anon.
Andromeda and Harry had brought Teddy to Platform 9 and 3/4 together, but it was Harry who crouched down in front of him now so that he was at the little boy’s eye level. Andromeda was waiting a few feet behind, as Teddy had asked her to. For some reason, it was Harry who he really wanted to see off, Harry who he wanted to say goodbye to.
"I’m scared." Teddy admitted quietly, peering at Harry from underneath his hair. It had been mousy brown for the past week instead of the usual electric blues or neon greens, and his fringe had grown several inches longer since that morning so that he could hide behind it.
"Don’t be." Harry said gently. He knew it wasn’t the best advice in the world, and he knew that he couldn’t just persuade Teddy not to be afraid with a word. "I was scared on my first day, too. But, listen- you already know about magic, you’re used to it. Think of all the Muggle-Born kids who are going to be so much more scared than you are."
Teddy nodded, a comically serious expression on his face. At least Harry could gather that he was listening intently.
"The teachers can be strict, but they’re all good people. And you know Professor Longbottom already. You’ll make tons of friends, I promise."
"What if I don’t?" Teddy fretted, worrying at his lower lip.
"Are you kidding? They’ll all be impressed with how cool your hair is." Harry took Teddy’s hands and squeezed them comfortingly. "I promise you’ll be fine." He glanced up at the crimson train steaming on the tracks, and then stood up with a reassuring smile. "Come on. Get on board, or you’re going to miss it."
Teddy smiled, barely, and nodded.
"Thanks, Harry." He said, before grabbing the handle of his trunk and heading for the train. Harry watched him all the way as he got on, and waved all the way as the train pulled out of the station.