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What happens when you mix the Weasley men, Harry, and a bottle of Ogden's Old Firewhisky? Occurs after 'Snitches, Bubbles, and Pizza'.
Post Hogwarts: Ron and Harry are sent to America for Auror training. Ron spends his last night in England with Hermione, and after returning two years later, he finds Hermione with a fifteen-month-old baby ...
What does it take to be a Weasley? A bunch of little OneShots where the Weasleys explain in first person their lives and the problems they must face everyday. All end in the same battle against You-Know-Who. Relationships of all kinds and sometimes angsty.
The sequel to the AT-housed
After the war is over, Harry, Hermione, and the Weasleys learn that it's alright to heal; remember that it's okay to laugh.
We have all heard the story of Harry Potter's first year at Hogwarts; we saw it through his eyes. But what about his best friend? What was Ron Weasley thinking the entire time? What was it like meeting Harry Potter? How on earth did he get through all of his homework before becoming friends with Hermione? This is the story of a boy who feels overshadowed, who desperately struggles to find who he is and how he fits in his family. and who discovers the real meaning of friendship and finding those people who will change his life forever.
Before Harry Potter, the Marauders, or even Lord Voldemort, there were Arthur Weasley, Molly Prewett and their cluster of close friends. From being Hogwarts students themselves to sending their own children to Hogwarts, follow Arthur and Molly Weasley on a tantalizing journey of love, loss, and adventure.
It's Hermione and Ron's wedding day, but Arthur Weasley and Julia Granger reveal a secret that ruins the big day completely. But they aren't the only ones with a secret that could wreck their lives. One Shot
"Arthur Weasley was rarely seen kissing his wife." Not all romances are conducted in front of the camera. Arthur/Molly (AW/MW)
Three in the morning and the fireworks are just coming to a crescendo at the Burrow! The twins sad? Ginny mad? Some new head gear? (The grand finale of The Weasley Family Picnic. H/G, R/Hr, Bill/Fleur, Charlie/Tonks, Percy/Penny, Fred/George/Angelina/Katie/Alicia, and of course, Arthur/Molly.)
“They’re in love, Molly. They’re not going to mess this up.”
It's Mother's Day at the Weasleys. And the one person who's forgotten about it is Mrs. Weasley herself. Oneshot.
A quiet sixth year at Hogwarts is coming to an end, and unusual weather patterns promise to put pay to what would otherwise be an idyllic summer. During an impromptu Quidditch match, Harry and Draco collide, in the first of a series of events that twist and turn until up is down, back is front, and the distant war is suddenly looming straight ahead.
In the tumultuous years that follow Harry Potter's defeat of Lord Voldemort, Nymphadora Tonks is sent to live with family friends at The Burrow. It is there that she meets and befriends Charlie Weasley, creating a bond that will last throughout her life....
In 1959, teenagers Arthur and Molly catch the train to Hogwarts and discuss the permission slips they got at the end of last term. Not exactly a prequel to The Permission Slip, just part of a loose series of connected fanfics.
It's the middle of the first war. In one day, Molly Weasley lost two of the most important people in her life... but gained more than she ever expected.
A box of chocolates on a warm summer day. Add in some Weasleys and a little dark (chocolate) magic is inevitable.
A collection of limericks featuring various students, teachers, Death Eaters and others.
A night of intense passion leaves James Potter and Amelia Zabini in quite the predicament -- seventeen and expecting a little witch or wizard. All too soon, the two teenagers learn that when you play adult games, there are very adult consequences. NextGen.
Ginny Weasley is sad; she sleeps when she is sad. She sleeps a lot lately. Now her mother has to make a decision: let her sleep, or let her fly away?
49 grandchildren vs Molly and Arthur Weasley. Molly and Arthur begin to make their plans for a very BIG family Christmas.
Following on from the events in "Unravelling." It's left to Molly Weasley to pick up the pieces.
Molly Weasley looks back on the road she's taken, the lives that she has changed and the peoples who lives have changed hers.
â€œIsnâ€™t it fabulous, Molly?â€ Arthur chatted, pulling several more leaflets from his inside pocket. â€œLook, we can fly to Cairo on an airplane!â€
Arthur receives some unexpected help while trying to get Molly to unwind after Ginny's wedding. Arthur/Molly fluff.
So many have died, so many lives have been lost, so much pain. Harry has lost all of his friends and family and understands it is time for him to face his destiny. But first, he takes one last look upon those he called his friends and family, in their final resting place.
It's Molly Prewett and Arthur Weasley's seventh year (at last)! Molly is a little shy around boys, and has never really known one, except for her brothers, Fabian and Gideon. Arthur Weasley is determined to make the Quidditch team and will not let anything distract him. Can Molly and Arthur find time for each other and fall in love, as fate destined them to? Added stress is put on Arthur when Gideon and Fabian Prewett disappear mysteriously. Molly and Arthur need to work together to find them, and Arthur worries: will Molly be next . . . ?
A day in the life of Arthur Weasley: the day the kids break into the Ministry to steal the locket Horcrux. Arthur has bravely maintained his integrity while working in what has become a fascist bureaucracy, and a sympathetic co-worker has noticed. Arthur tries to comfort the co-worker, but his lasting romance is with his wife.
Almost every late night or early morning, seven year-old Ron hears his parents get into explosive fights. In the morning, they act like nothing happened. But Ron knows - and it's hurting and confusing him because he's the only one that does know. But after witnessing a horrible fight for the first time, Ron explodes and tells his parents everything that they need to know what they're doing to their family - to their home. A rather well-written songfic to Blink 182's "Stay Together For the Kids".
Hermione has always had problems trying to keep a boyfriend and usually it has nothing to do with her. Usually it has something to do with her supposed friends who are trying to do what's best for her. You can guess how many relationships have actually worked out. This is the story of her struggle against her supposed friends, her life and her boyfriends, past and present. Love will try and win though, as the fairy tale always has to come true.
The kitchen at the Burrow has six occupants, Harry, Ginny, Ron, Hermione, Molly and Arthur. The youngsters look nervous. Arthur suspects that they are up to something. What is going on inside... The Mind of Arthur Weasley
Many knitters have heard that making a sweater for a sweetheart will doom the relationship. Seventeen-year-old Molly Prewett refuses to believe it. Valentineâ€™s Day Arthur / Molly fluff.
“Have some more,” she said. “Don’t tell the others, but I made those myself.” A story of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett during their years at Hogwarts.
This is "Bella"--a cold, cruel, calculating shell of a woman. Where Trixie was warm, if a little indifferent and aloof, this stranger is hard and angry; the result of thirteen years in Azkaban and almost thirty with that brand on her arm...
SHMILY. See How Much I Love You. It's a game. You hide it. And the goal is for the other player to find it. And when they do, no matter what, they'll think of you and how much you love them. Molly/Arthur
"Late at night, she thinks of her." - Molly and Bellatrix remember.
Arthur and Molly Weasley face the terrible realities of the Second War, and realize that in the darkness, the best thing to do is to hold on to one another.
A Prewett/Weasley family one-shot set during and after the first war. Before she was a Weasley, Molly was a Prewett with two brothers... brothers she loved... brothers she lost... brothers she remembers...
Arthur Weasley, a kind boy who has always been seen as a bit weird, has an obsession. No, I'm not talking about his love of Muggles. Ever since he first saw Molly Prewett coming back from Quidditch practice, her hair tangled, her robes dirtied, and her face bright red from exertion, he's been unable to get her out of his mind. There's just one problem: She's obsessed with Ludo Bagman, the star seventh year Hufflepuff Quidditch captain. Will he be able to get Molly to notice him? And how will he ever be able to focus on his N.E.W.T. classes when he can't get his mind off of her?
Prince Ronald wants to find a real princess to marry but is having no luck. One day, his parents issue him with an ultimatum - either find a real princess within two days or marry whiny, clingy Princess Lavender. Will Ron find his real princess before time runs out? Based on the fairytale "The Princess and the Pea" by Hans Christian Andersen.