"I kind of liked it your way,
How you shyly placed your eyes on me,
did you ever know
that I have mine on you?”
what is wrong with me
Title: I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus
Prompt: Blaine dresses up like Santa Claus to put out his kids’ presents which gets Sebastian frisky. Unfortunately neither expects their daughter to see them.
Word Count: 750
A/N: Based on the prompt from Anon for my 'Seblaine Christmas Extravaganza'.
Blaine nodded in approval once he completed filling the stockings over the fireplace.
He readjusted the Santa hat on his head before moving over to the plate of cookies the kids left out for Santa. Blaine smiled remembering his son and daughter arguing over what cookie Santa would like best and if they should leave a carrot for the reindeer. He knew he had to cherish these memories. There was only a couple years left of the kids believing in Santa Claus, which meant he would no longer get to dress up as Santa on Christmas Eve.
Blaine munched down on the last cookie. He brushed the crumbs off his red suit lined with white fur before moving on to the Christmas tree. He took a moment to appreciate their tree with every ornament imaginable and light up with multi colored lights. The look of it was a bit messy but he loved it none the less.
Blaine then bent forward to place the presents under the tree, trying to arrange them evenly between his kids. Lost in his work he didn’t notice Sebastian walking up behind him until he felt two hands wrap around his waist.
Seblaine AU | Sebastian gets to investigate for the first time by finding out who stole the trophy. He asks Hunter questions with no trouble, but when he meets Blaine Anderson, he can’t stop stuttering, and Blaine can’t take him seriously.
For Bastiangst! Happy Birthday! I hope you have the best birthday ever!
Prompt for Seblaine Sunday Prompt #16 Crime Fighting
Blaine walked down the hallway, the file from the case he had just closed clutched in his hand. He had recently made detective and was impressed with himself at how good he was at it. He had only been on the job for about two months now and had already closed three major cases. He wasn’t sure if they weren’t as “major” and the police department claimed them to be, or if he was just born to do this job. Either way, Blaine was proud to serve his town and all of the citizens in it.
“David, can you take this to Sergeant Duval?” Blaine asked as he approached one of the police officers in the office.
“Sure thing, sir,” David said, taking the file from him. “Oh, and Sergeant Lynn put a file on your desk. The perpetrator is in hold room B and Sergeant Lynn wanted to know if you could question him because he had to take off for a family emergency.”
Blaine’s pencil had long since fallen limp in his hand, dangling against the open page of his textbook, tapping off it vaguely every few moments. Fortunately, Sebastian hadn’t noticed that what was distracting Blaine was him; that the shorter boy was openly staring at him with a small smile playing on his lips.
It wouldn’t be the first time, and Sebastian had a habit of teasing Blaine for it relentlessly, until he had him pinned under his long, slim body, a smirk on his lips, quickly followed by a quirk of his hips.