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Um, Usagi-san, what do you think about kids?

By Matthia_Kolher

Romance

Chapter 1

'This can't be happening! No, nope, it can't! I refuse to believe this!'

Misaki repeated these phrases in his head over and over again. He stared at the white stick in his hand that had a plus sign on it.

'I mean Usagi-san and I always have unprotected sex and pregnancy in males was rare, but not unheard of. But I never thought that it could happen to me!'

Misaki started to pace the bathroom floor when,

"Misaki are you okay?"

'Oh, my god! Usagi-san, what am I going to tell him?!' "Yes, I'm okay!"'God, what else am I supposed to tell him? "Oh, hey Usagi-san yeah I guess I'm okay, just you know PREGNANT!"'

"Thought I heard pacing, are you sure you're okay?" there was a note of concern in Usami's voice, Misaki could hear it.

"Yes, I'm positive that I'm ok!"'Oh, God! Did I really just say that?!'

Misaki exited the bathroom and walked down the stairs. "Hey Usagi-san, what do you think about children?"

"They're okay, I guess. I would never have one myself. Why do you ask?" Asked Usami leaning back on the couch, lighting a cigarette.

"No reason really it's just that you have so many kid toys I thought that, nevermind."

"Come here!" Usami grabbed Misaki and pinned him to the couch, his hands over his head. "You're so cute when you're flustered!" Usami's hands wandered down Misaki's torso to his general crotch area and started to take off Misaki's pants.

"U-Usagi-san, no, d-don't." Misaki tried to push Usami off, but as always, failed. "Usagi-san, NO!"

The shout caused Usami to be taken aback slightly.

"I'm sorry, Usagi-san, but I'm not in the mood." Misaki said, adverting his eyes from the elders.

"Oh, I see." Is all Usami said before getting off Misaki. "Sorry."

Time skip: 3 hours, dinner

Misaki had just finished cooking dinner and was in the process of filling the plates."Usagi-san, dinner's ready!" Misaki yelled. As he put down then last plateon the table, Usami opened his door, looking dreadful.

"How's the manuscript coming along?" asked Misaki, smirking.

"Slowly." Replied Usami, sitting down. Misaki sat down too.

"Itakimasu." The two said in unison.

"Sorry about ealier. I just haven't been feeling myself." Said Misaki, staring at his plate.

"So why did you ask about kids anyway?" Asked Usami, starting to eat.

"No reason really, just curious." Misaki stated, still refusing to look up from his food.

"Misaki." Usami lowered his head. "Do you want children?"

"I don't want that option off the table." Misaki started to blushUsami looked up to see Misaki blushing staring at his plate.

"If you want a kid, then we can…" Misaki got up and hugged Usami, thinking to himself: 'What was I thinking? Of course Usagi-san will accept the life that we created.'

Misaki took the elders hand and placed it on his stomach.

"Usagi-san, I'm pregnant."

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