Dawn's Magical Mishaps

Oopsy Daisy, Connor's A Girl

Disclaimer: I don't own Buffy, but I do own Sophie :)

Willow and Tara sped towards Dawn's room, as the screaming sounded like it was coming from a girl. This theory was proved wrong when they spotted Dawn bursting out of her room, Buffy and Faith emerging from theirs not long after her, and running to the bathroom.

"Oh god, oh god, what the hell have I done?" Dawn cried, throwing open the door to the bathroom as the others sped up behind her. Their mouths fell open in shock. Connor stared at his reflection, still screaming. His hair had grown, his eyelashes were longer, his facial features had strangely softened, and two quite obvious lumps had formed on his chest. Connor was a girl. After a few more seconds of staring, when Connor's screams had finally subsided, Faith burst into a fit of hysterical laughter.

"Faith, stop it, it isn't funny" said Buffy, fighting desperately against the urge to join her girlfriend in laughter. "Oh, who am I kidding, it's hilarious!" Buffy collapsed into fits of giggles, along with Tara and Willow.

"It is not freaking hilarious!" Connor yelled in his new higher pitched female voice as he, or more correctly, she, grabbed a towel to cover herself. "I'm a GIRL! You!" she shouted, pointing accusingly at Dawn, the only member of the group not in hysterics. "You turned me into a freaking GIRL, Dawn!"

"I'm sorry, it was an accident!" Dawn cried. "I wanted to help you understand women better, and then I found this old spell of Willow's and..."

"Oh," Willow interrupted, her laughter slowly subsiding, "I think I know which spell you're talking about."

"Which one?" Buffy asked, as her laughter also faded.

"Well, remember RJ?"

"Oh" said Buffy, realisation dawning on her as she remembered the events that transpired during that particular incident.

While the rest of the gang set about researching a way to reverse the spell, seeing as Willow had not had a reason for coming up with one at the time, Buffy rang Giles in England, asking him to call back with any information that he or Andrew could find. She then called Xander, who, after he had stopped laughing his head off over Connor's current Dawn-induced gender-bending predicament, said to give him an hour or two and he'd be over to help.

"None of my clothes fit me now, damn it!" cried Connor angrily, marching down the stairs in a T-shirt and pair of jeans that were both way too big for his/her new female form. Faith was unable to stop herself from bursting into another fit of hysterical laughter, but Buffy sighed. For her, the humorous side of this situation was quickly wearing off.

"Dawn, go find something that will fit him, or her, or whatever he is" she ordered. Dawn stood to obey, actually feeling remorse for her actions, while Connor quickly objected.

"Oh no! No freaking way! I may be suffering from a temporary state of female-ness, but no way in hell am I going to wear girl's..." at that moment, Connor's over-sized men's jeans fell down, setting off yet another round of laughs from Faith. "Well, maybe just some pants" Connor finished, blushing as Dawn climbed the stairs and the pair of them quickly headed to the youngest Summers' bedroom to find the she-destroyer some better fitting clothes. Buffy let out another sigh before reaching for the phone, she needed to make one more call. She picked it up and dialled the familiar number, waiting for an answer.

"Hey Angel, it's Buffy. No, Connor's fine, it's just, um... How do you feel about having a daughter?"

AN: This is now officially my longest story, and it's nowhere near over! Yay! Oh, I promise to update 'Tara And The Witch' soon for those who read it, there's just a really long song in that chapter and I've had to keep going back and checking the lyrics while I'm typing.

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