Tetsuya woke up to a sleeping Eijun on a rare day of no school and no early practice. The pitcher was tucked into his side and Tetsuya's arm had fallen numb where it rested under the other boy's waist. The elder smiled softly, trying not to move and possibly disturb the other. It was not often that he woke before his younger boyfriend; he took any chance he could get to watch his sleeping face, the small, rhythmic rise and fall of his chest. A small smile tugged at the corners of his lips, leaning in to press their foreheads together. This made him move his arm from under Eijun, who stirred from his sleep.
His eyes opened slightly, a smile growing on his lips. When the younger opened his eyes more he noticed just how close their faces were and flushed darkly, burying his face in Tetsuya's bare chest.
"Senpai~, don't do such embarrassing things!" He said, his voice muffled as he spoke into the smooth, tan skin of his captain. He secretly - not so secretly - loved when Tetsuya would do cute things like that; it made him happy that the elder was just as into Eijun as he was into him.
Tetsuya just chuckled softly, burying his face into the soft locks of hair. "I just can't help myself. You just looked so cute sleeping." He said, knowing there was a teasing undertone to his words. This made Eijun look up, still curled against him.
"Well you don't look cute at all when you sleep," he said, indignant. He knew he was lying through his teeth - sort of. Tetsuya had a serene expression when he slept, the intensity he felt when they were both awake was gone - not that he didn't enjoy that intensity, at times.
Eijun shifted with a slight smile so they're faces were aligned - no strained necks when they were in bed; he leaned in, their noses brushing. Tetsuya immediately grinned a grin only a few got to see. He lightly rubbed their noses together, causing Eijun to let out a bit of laughter and return the gesture.
They both pulled away not long after, goofy grins still lighting up their faces.
"Good morning, Eijun."
"Good morning, Tetsuya."