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Deanna Winchester

By SarahWinchester96

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Angels

Author's Note: This is a new AU series of one shots (maybe a few two shots) which depict the lives of Deanna and Sam Winchester. This is only a short chapter but the ones that follow will be longer. I am planning to do canon based chapters that show various crucial moments from episodes with Deanna and Sam as well as one shots that show their lives pre series. If you have any plot suggestions or prompts, please feel free to leave them in the comment section :)

Preseries / Deanna is 4 and Sam is 6 months old.

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"Mommy's gone to heaven."

That was what John had told Deanna when she asked about where her Mommy had gone.

"With the angels?"

"Angels don't exist, Deanna."

Sammy cries a lot now. So does Daddy. It's as if Sammy can sense all of the pain that she and their Daddy are feeling. As if he knows that Mommy's gone to heaven and misses her.

"Shhh, Sammy..." Deanna whispered as she clambered out of bed and over to her little brother's crib. "Daddy's sleeping, he'll get mad if you wake him up." Pulling out the pins at the top of the crib like she had seen Daddy do, Deanna pulled down the wooden side before clambering up into the crib. "It's okay, Sammy..." She soothed as she gathered her little brother up into her arms. "It's okay..."

Sam has stopped crying now. Looking up at his older sister, he giggled lightly as a smile came to his face.

The first smile Deanna has seen since the night Mommy died.

A smile so innocent that it brings a smile to her face too as she looked down at her baby brother in her arms.

Deanna pressed a kiss to his tiny forehead. "Angels are watching over you..." She paused. "...and Mommy is one of them."

And that's how John found them in the morning. His eldest curled up inside his youngest's crib, the baby in her arms snuggling against her chest with a hand lightly fisting the material of her grey pyjama shirt.

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