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Tuesday 8th April 2008 11:21
Num. of Reviews: 2461
|wow!!! this was an awesome story!!! |
how did harry know that one of his sons died... it could have been the girl...
just thought that id point that out...
loved the ending...
that was an interesting curse... all someone had to do was tell her to break it...
Tuesday 20th November 2007 01:02
Num. of Reviews: 2461
|awww!!! that is so cool! I love that all they had to do was tell her to break the curse :p but i guess that you dont think about that.... |
Saturday 30th June 2007 06:12
Num. of Reviews: 580
|I loved the story there where some dark parts in it, but the overal effect is surely positive.|
Tuesday 5th December 2006 09:37
Num. of Reviews: 1396
|Why is Arthur in a wheelchair?|
The acromantulas fought with Harry and Dumbledore. I like that idea , but check Fantastic Beasts .
'that traditionally witches delivered their babies in family birthing pools attended by the females of the family and overseen by their ancestors spirits, whether seen or unseen' -- interesting idea.
Nice that Harry could help save Molly, but why did he have to lose one of the babies??
Tuesday 5th December 2006 06:10
Num. of Reviews: 251
|This is such a happy, fun story. Thanks for writing.|
Thursday 21st July 2005 04:56
Num. of Reviews: 508
|Excellent. Unique,in as the out of body experience,a quite literally,of Harry and his conversation with Molly and her being able to inform him of the way to release her from the spell,was wonderful. Very good fic.|
Sunday 3rd July 2005 16:53
Num. of Reviews: 50
Wow! This is such a wonderful story! You packed so much emotion into such a small amount of words. I was alternating between joy that Harry became a father and sarrow with everyone he's lost. I liked that the first sweet was shared by Harry and Arthur rather than Harry and Ron has I had been expecting.
I like that you had only the women present at the birth. An ancient tradition that you don't read about very much anymore. Very nice tribute to the past. :) I'm so happy that Harry and Ginny had twins, yet also so crushed that it was suppossed to be triplets. Thanks for not killing all three of them! ;)
Harry's connection to Molly was so sweet. It seems very fitting that Harry would be the one Molly is finally able to reach; he's so used to having his dreams infiltrated. I'm so glad they were able to all work together to heal both Molly and Arthur.
I liked the sweets you invented as well - the parchmint was a cute idea.
Very well done! Thanks for sharing and good luck!
Friday 1st July 2005 09:22
Num. of Reviews: 30
awww. that was really good and i actually felt content after reading it. I truly enjoyed it.
Friday 1st July 2005 04:03
Num. of Reviews: 29
|Loved it! Best in the competition! And I've read most of 'em.|
Thursday 30th June 2005 22:57
Num. of Reviews: 303
|That was just wonderful. How many times have we sat with
chocolate in our hands, watching it melt? Great imagery. |
Loved the story about the talisman, babies and Molly. Well done.
Thursday 30th June 2005 19:49
Num. of Reviews: 647
I really like the suspense of this story, especially the beginning. You showed a very private moment between Arthur and Harry and I really liked the silent companionship they shared...along with the melt-in-the-hand jelly beans. (My four-year-old son hangs onto handfuls of Bertie Bottís Beans for a half hour or more and often opens his fingers to reveal the sticky coating has transferred from the beans to his hand. Itís quite fun to see, actually.)
Iím glad the story ended happily with Molly awakening and Ginny and Harry happily displaying their new family. I really enjoyed reading this entry.
Thursday 30th June 2005 15:32
Num. of Reviews: 27
|The story was bitter sweet. You had me on a rollercoaster ride. For 1 minute, I thought Ginny was dead, before realising she giving birth. I enjouyed the story very much|
Thursday 30th June 2005 13:44
|That was realy realy good .|
Thursday 30th June 2005 12:43
Num. of Reviews: 416
|The description is lovely. The story is beautiful. The birthing pool with talismans from all the males is brilliant. Losing a triplet adds must the right touch of melancholy. Overall, a very well done fic.|
Thursday 30th June 2005 06:20
Num. of Reviews: 125
|Lovely and touching, but also oh so frustrating. I'm a father,
and the thought of being kept away from the birthing actually makes me
angry. I note that the story says "traditionally"
witches gave birth there, and then that men are "strictly forbidden"
but there is no explanation as to why men are forbidden.|
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