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Who would have guessed?

By Lethaldoze014


Hair Trouble

Drabbles about Kakashi and OC. But it contains other pairings as well, like MinatoxKushina, AsumaxKurenai etc.

Disclaimer: I don't own any character here except Aoi.

Hair Trouble

Uzumaki Kushina have had had it! She wasn't getting called for missions a lot after she had the Kyuubi transferred in her. Hello, she needed a job! She needed money to sustain. But apparently the village elders did not seem to grasp the idea that she needed to do work to earn money. The Academy didn't get back to her yet after she submitted her documents and stuff wanting to teach there.

So where did she land up?

A day care centre!

It was where the Konoha ninja's dropped off their kids if both parents went on a mission and there was no one to look after them. It shouldn't even be called a day care centre given the kids basically stayed overnight till there parents were back.

'Kakashi-kun, don't touch it,' Kushina exclaimed all of a sudden seeing the five year old boy touching his grey spikes which were covered in green slimy stuff all of a sudden. 'You'll only make it worse.'

She noticed a girl, no older than four with short, chocolate brown hair trying to stealthily escape the room, a little red bucket in hand which was dripping the green stuff all over the floor.

'Don't think I didn't see that, Aoi-chan,' Kushina said to the retreating figure of the girl.

'He asked for it,' Aoi complained with a pout.

'It came out of nowhere!' Kakashi complained in turn. 'I didn't do anything.'

'Okay okay,' Kushina sighed. 'Aoi-chan, fetch me some water will you?'

'Why?' Aoi asked.

'We need to wash this off his hair, of course,' Kushina replied.

'Why, can't it just stay like that?' Aoi complained. 'I mean it's an improvement anyway.'

'Just do it!' Kushina said, clearly exasperated.

'Okay, fine,' Aoi gave up and turned to fetch water.

Thanks for reading. So this was the first drabble. I'll update more soon. Please review and tell me how you liked this one!

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