The Circle of Life: A Sebastian Moran OneshotSebastian's day of work had been longer than most, or felt like it, and he would just be glad to get back to his loft where his daughter and lover were waiting for him. A smile managed to break through his stoic expression at the thought of the two of them—Thalia was unusually well-behaved for a baby, which was a good thing since Jim made a terrible babysitter at the best of times. He could only hope that Jim had at least tried to keep an eye on her, but he wouldn't be surprised if the two year old was in one piece and hadn't swallowed anything that might cause her to spontaneously combust. As much as Sebastian loved the pair, they were both hard-headed and often ended their arguments—if you could call a two year old and a thirty year old screaming at each other a real argument—by throwing stuffed animals at each other from opposite sides of the room.The Circle of Life: A Sebastian Moran Oneshot by TheNewFireDancer
No matter how much the kid got on his nerves, they always teamed up against Sebastian's father when he came to visit.
Pool Scene: A Jim Moriarty OneshotPool Scene: A Jim Moriarty Oneshot by TheNewFireDancer
The one big problem with being a consulting criminal and having a daughter, Jim soon found out, wasn't keeping Thalia away from his work, but finding a babysitter in time for his work to happen. Normally he would have planned all of this out in advance, but there was no babysitter willing to watch Thalia past eleven and his meeting with Sherlock starts at twelve in the morning, far past Thalia's bedtime. So, he'd done the only thing he could that would ensure her relative safety and keep her away from Sebastian's sniper rifles—he dressed her up and brought her with him to the pool where it all began for Jim. As is is, Thalia has on a one piece bathing suit, an inflated plastic floatee around her waist made to look like a turtle, orange floatees around her upper arms, goggles for her eyes, and a snorkel. In all honesty, Jim would prefer her to wear the pretty dress he'd picked out for her, but the second they entered the building, the six year old ran off to change.