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Raising a Toy generation

By BLotusflower24

Drama / Humor

Chapter 1 Beginning of Parenthood


"I can't believe we are being forced to do this." Bonnie muttered holding a small bundle inside nestled comfortably was Toy Bonnie fast asleep, ears flattened against its head. Bonnie frowned, glaring at the newborn. He wanted so badly to drop it on the ground and walk away but for some odd reason the animatronic bunny couldn't do it. Besides his toy version was only a few days and could not fend for itself. So, there Bonnie sat just watching the baby animatronic sleep and shift a bit in his arms." Everything all right lad." Bonnie looked up seeing Foxy right in front of him, on his shoulder napping was a tiny white fox kit. From what the bunny could tell the kit was indeed a female animatronic.

"Yeah... Foxy it's just…whose bright idea was it to raise our replacements?" Foxy put his hook under his chin." I believe it was the captain's idea, either way Bonnie these guys are helpless. And who said they were our replacements?" The bunny glared at the fox and stood, his toy version still asleep in his arms." Think about Foxy it they made a toy version of you, me even Chica and Freddy! If these things are not our replacements then what are they then?" Bonnie stated steamed.

"I don't know why they are here lad, but think of this as the opportunity to be parents, think of the tikes as additions. You always bragged about having one of your own." Bonnie blushed." W-well yeah, but I don't even know what gender mine is!" Foxy walked closer to the bunny inspecting the baby in his arms." Bonnie I can assure you that is definitely a lad unlike me who got a little lass." He said turning to his side allowing his friend to get a good look at the adorable kit. Bonnie smiled," What's her name?" Foxy stroked the kits back as she snuggled more into his shoulder.

"Mangle." The fox uttered as Bonnie gave him a frown." What lad I didn't name her the employees did." The bunny sighed turning his attention back to his own charge." Since you're a toy version of me, your name will be T.B." he said getting use to the idea of fatherhood. Foxy moved to comment on the baby's name until Golden Freddy appeared in front of them." Goldie what are you doing here?" Bonnie asked as the pair stared at the animatronic." Freddy summoned me, something about junior is drooling all over his suit?"

Foxy and Bonnie shrugged their shoulders, then they heard Freddy's voice." Goldie! Get back here right now and help me with this thing!" the bear yelled stomping on stage in front of the trio, his toy version hovered away from his body continuing to drool. Golden Freddy smiled and shook his head, he walked onstage gently taking T.F. and cradling him in his arms." Now that was no way for a father to treat his son, little brother. I am surprised at you!"

Freddy crossed his arms and rolled his eyes," Whatever!" he stated walking backstage. Golden Freddy looked at Bonnie and Foxy," Father of the year everyone!" he said laughing then disappearing backstage where Freddy had gone." Well I best get her into bed, night Bonnie." Foxy uttered walking back to his cove." Night Foxy." Bonnie whispered before going onstage and setting T.B. inside his crib.

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