foreverblue-navy:

Sterek AU, Stiles and Derek move in together. Stiles playing video games and Derek listening to his records. Taking bubble baths together. 
I love established relationships … especially the sex. 

foreverblue-navy:

Sterek AU, Stiles and Derek move in together. Stiles playing video games and Derek listening to his records. Taking bubble baths together. 

I love established relationships … especially the sex. 

tagged → #sterek #au
savethehales:

let’s face it, i’m never going to finish this for real.

savethehales:

let’s face it, i’m never going to finish this for real.

tagged → #sterek #fanart #sterek fanart
teenwolfandlegofusion:

'Guess that fic' number 41! Sterek.

teenwolfandlegofusion:

'Guess that fic' number 41! Sterek.

literaryoblivion:

literaryoblivion:

literaryoblivion:

For the awesome people that are at BiteCon this weekend, take tons of pictures with each other and of the Teen Wolf peeps and have fun for us. Please?
For the rest of us who weren’t lucky enough to go, we’re going to have a little online get-together/chat session. I tried to pick times that would work in various time zones, so hopefully you can join us at one of them!
Schedule is as follows (click here to see what time it’d be where you are):
Friday, April 18th, 10:30pm PDT: Livestream/chat of a few Teen Wolf episodes (decisions on which made in chat). Livestream link here.
Saturday, April 19th, 8:00am PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat. Tinychat link here.
Saturday, April 19th, 9:30pm PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat (possible livestream?). Tinychat link here.
Sunday, April 20th, 8:00am PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat. Tinychat link here.
Sunday, April 20th, 8:30pm PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat (possible livestream?). Tiny chat link here.
Each session will probably be for at least one or two hours (or whenever I get tired. I believe the chat room is still available even if I’m not in it, so you guys can still chat away. The livestreams I will do until I have to go to bed. If anyone else wants to do anything or hold anything, let me know! I did Tinychat cause it seemed like the easiest way to get tons of people on at once as opposed to a Google hangout etc. So hopefully it works?
Also, I don’t want to have to say this, but when we are in the chats, let’s be nice to one another? This is just for fun and because we all love Teen Wolf; let’s not fight about ships etc. We can discuss them of course! But, try to keep things nice/civil/friendly, yeah?
I’m excited guys. Even though we can’t be at BiteCon we can still have fun!!!


Okay lovelies. LAST ONE! Come join in about half an hour. :D

literaryoblivion:

literaryoblivion:

literaryoblivion:

For the awesome people that are at BiteCon this weekend, take tons of pictures with each other and of the Teen Wolf peeps and have fun for us. Please?

For the rest of us who weren’t lucky enough to go, we’re going to have a little online get-together/chat session. I tried to pick times that would work in various time zones, so hopefully you can join us at one of them!

Schedule is as follows (click here to see what time it’d be where you are):

  • Friday, April 18th, 10:30pm PDT: Livestream/chat of a few Teen Wolf episodes (decisions on which made in chat). Livestream link here.
  • Saturday, April 19th, 8:00am PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat. Tinychat link here.
  • Saturday, April 19th, 9:30pm PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat (possible livestream?). Tinychat link here.
  • Sunday, April 20th, 8:00am PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat. Tinychat link here.
  • Sunday, April 20th, 8:30pm PDT: Teen Wolf tiny chat; topics decided in chat (possible livestream?). Tiny chat link here.

Each session will probably be for at least one or two hours (or whenever I get tired. I believe the chat room is still available even if I’m not in it, so you guys can still chat away. The livestreams I will do until I have to go to bed. If anyone else wants to do anything or hold anything, let me know! I did Tinychat cause it seemed like the easiest way to get tons of people on at once as opposed to a Google hangout etc. So hopefully it works?

Also, I don’t want to have to say this, but when we are in the chats, let’s be nice to one another? This is just for fun and because we all love Teen Wolf; let’s not fight about ships etc. We can discuss them of course! But, try to keep things nice/civil/friendly, yeah?

I’m excited guys. Even though we can’t be at BiteCon we can still have fun!!!

Okay lovelies. LAST ONE! Come join in about half an hour. :D


One of those sketches I’ve been keeping in scrap folders without posting.  You know, I never imagine either of them being very ~romantic~, not even Stiles, but maybe Derek does some rare sweet gesture and he can’t really help it then.  And embarrassing him in front of the pack is like a bonus.

One of those sketches I’ve been keeping in scrap folders without posting.  You know, I never imagine either of them being very ~romantic~, not even Stiles, but maybe Derek does some rare sweet gesture and he can’t really help it then.  And embarrassing him in front of the pack is like a bonus.

tagged → #sterek #fanart #sterek fanart
devildoll:

littlecofiegirl:

Because I haven’t drawn this yet. lol

yesssss

devildoll:

littlecofiegirl:

Because I haven’t drawn this yet. lol

yesssss

tagged → #sterek #fanart #sterek fanart #au

teenwolfandlegofusion:

'Guess that fic' number 43. Sterek.
(Please note I won’t be able to keep updating as regularly as this once I return to work).

finduilasclln:

HAPPY EASTER! 

Thanks to lizponce for the idea!


Happy Easter you guys! I decided to write a little Easter Jacob verse in celebration. To start at the beginning of the series, go here. To read this on AO3, go here.

Easter has never been a big deal to Dean. His family wasn’t religious, and although he remembers his mom doing things like Easter baskets and dying eggs when he was little before she died, his dad didn’t do anything of the kind the years following. Not that it mattered since he and Sam were both old enough by then to not care about those sorts of things. Dean did try to get something for Sam around Easter those first few years because he knew Sam’s classmates would ask him, and he’d rather Sam brag about what he got then tell the kids they didn’t celebrate it. It wouldn’t have bothered Dean, but he tried to do everything he could to not have Sam teased or picked on at school. It wasn’t like Kansas was the most politically correct or religiously tolerant place to live.
Castiel, on the other hand, came from a very religious family, where they went to church every week and not just on major holidays. While he’s not as adamant about going to church now that he’s older and no longer gets along well with his family, he still makes sure to go himself at least once a month and makes Dean go with him on Christmas and Easter.
When they got Jacob, it meant they had to have a discussion about what they would do on certain holidays like Easter. Dean was all for the Easter bunny and egg hunts, but Cas had never had that while growing up because Easter was about Jesus not a rabbit that gave you things. Dean had tried to explain that they could do both, that lots of families did both, and even though Cas was reluctant, he agreed to go with Dean and let Jacob participate in the community Easter egg hunt when he was two.
Long story short, it was a disaster.
Looking back now, Dean should have realized that it probably wasn’t the best idea to let a two year old participate in something where the object was to find and chase after eggs with older kids, let alone have Cas witness it. Cas was freaking out the entire time, and Jacob got upset because he didn’t get any eggs, and Dean got a headache.
Needless to say, they haven’t been back to that community egg hunt ever since. 
Instead, Dean and Cas take Jacob over to Sam and Jess’s house, and with his cousins, he paints and dyes eggs, and they hold their own private Easter egg hunt in Sam and Jess’s quite spacious backyard. (Dean will be forever grateful he helped Sam through law school.) 
It works out better for everyone that way, because Cas feels comfortable and safe enough with Jess and Sam that he doesn’t get as paranoid when Jacob is around their kids. Thank god.
Jacob even helps find eggs for his cousins once he decides that his basket is full enough. It’s cute, and Dean loves watching him be so helpful. It makes him want to have a younger sibling for Jacob, like he had with Sam. He wishes Jacob could have someone he could help and teach and maybe even get in a little trouble with when he’s older. Jacob is very much like Dean in a lot of ways, always wants to nuture and care about others. He’d be a perfect older brother.
It’s a topic he and Cas have discussed quite a lot these last few months, especially now that Jacob brings it up himself. He mentions how his friends have siblings and asks if he will ever have any. He asks if he’s going to get a little sister like his cousin Ryan does. It hurts a little every time Dean and Cas have to tell Jacob that they don’t know or that maybe someday. Because although things worked out with Jacob, adopting can sometimes be a long arduous process, and Dean and Cas agreed that they wouldn’t tell Jacob unless they had a firm answer and were bringing the baby home with them. 
Dean puts those thoughts out of his mind and tries to appreciate the kid he has now. Sam and Jess are inside preparing their dinner, and Dean and Cas are outside watching over the kids. It’s nice and relaxing, and the weather is perfect. He looks over at Cas sitting next to him on the bench, and he reaches over to lace their fingers together. Cas scoots over closer, rests his head on Dean’s shoulder, and sighs in contentedness.
“I love you,” Dean says. 
He can tell Cas smiles, even though he’s still looking forward, watching the kids collect eggs.
“I love you, too.”
“Happy Easter, Cas.” 
Cas lifts his head from Dean’s shoulder to face him. He leans forward and presses a firm but gentle kiss on Dean’s lips.
“Happy Easter, Dean.” 
Dean grins and kisses Cas again and turns back to his son and nieces and nephews. It looks like they’ve found all the eggs because they are sitting together counting them to make sure they have them all. Bless Sam for being willing to get up early this morning to hide the 100 eggs they had all stayed up filling with candy the night before.
“Hey, dinner’s ready!” Sam calls out from the back door. 
“Okay guys, you heard him. Go inside and wash up for dinner,” Dean says, waving his hand to round up the children. 
They all willingly run toward the house, baskets in hand, and Dean and Cas follow their fingers intertwined and shoulders bumping against each other as they walk.
~ 
Later when Cas drags Dean and Jacob to the church service, Cas doesn’t even say anything about the outfit Dean puts Jacob in. 
Dean thinks its cause they are already late, but he also thinks its cause Cas loves him and Jacob so much. 

Both are very much true, but it’s more the second.

Happy Easter you guys! I decided to write a little Easter Jacob verse in celebration. To start at the beginning of the series, go here. To read this on AO3, go here.

Easter has never been a big deal to Dean. His family wasn’t religious, and although he remembers his mom doing things like Easter baskets and dying eggs when he was little before she died, his dad didn’t do anything of the kind the years following. Not that it mattered since he and Sam were both old enough by then to not care about those sorts of things. Dean did try to get something for Sam around Easter those first few years because he knew Sam’s classmates would ask him, and he’d rather Sam brag about what he got then tell the kids they didn’t celebrate it. It wouldn’t have bothered Dean, but he tried to do everything he could to not have Sam teased or picked on at school. It wasn’t like Kansas was the most politically correct or religiously tolerant place to live.

Castiel, on the other hand, came from a very religious family, where they went to church every week and not just on major holidays. While he’s not as adamant about going to church now that he’s older and no longer gets along well with his family, he still makes sure to go himself at least once a month and makes Dean go with him on Christmas and Easter.

When they got Jacob, it meant they had to have a discussion about what they would do on certain holidays like Easter. Dean was all for the Easter bunny and egg hunts, but Cas had never had that while growing up because Easter was about Jesus not a rabbit that gave you things. Dean had tried to explain that they could do both, that lots of families did both, and even though Cas was reluctant, he agreed to go with Dean and let Jacob participate in the community Easter egg hunt when he was two.

Long story short, it was a disaster.

Looking back now, Dean should have realized that it probably wasn’t the best idea to let a two year old participate in something where the object was to find and chase after eggs with older kids, let alone have Cas witness it. Cas was freaking out the entire time, and Jacob got upset because he didn’t get any eggs, and Dean got a headache.

Needless to say, they haven’t been back to that community egg hunt ever since. 

Instead, Dean and Cas take Jacob over to Sam and Jess’s house, and with his cousins, he paints and dyes eggs, and they hold their own private Easter egg hunt in Sam and Jess’s quite spacious backyard. (Dean will be forever grateful he helped Sam through law school.) 

It works out better for everyone that way, because Cas feels comfortable and safe enough with Jess and Sam that he doesn’t get as paranoid when Jacob is around their kids. Thank god.

Jacob even helps find eggs for his cousins once he decides that his basket is full enough. It’s cute, and Dean loves watching him be so helpful. It makes him want to have a younger sibling for Jacob, like he had with Sam. He wishes Jacob could have someone he could help and teach and maybe even get in a little trouble with when he’s older. Jacob is very much like Dean in a lot of ways, always wants to nuture and care about others. He’d be a perfect older brother.

It’s a topic he and Cas have discussed quite a lot these last few months, especially now that Jacob brings it up himself. He mentions how his friends have siblings and asks if he will ever have any. He asks if he’s going to get a little sister like his cousin Ryan does. It hurts a little every time Dean and Cas have to tell Jacob that they don’t know or that maybe someday. Because although things worked out with Jacob, adopting can sometimes be a long arduous process, and Dean and Cas agreed that they wouldn’t tell Jacob unless they had a firm answer and were bringing the baby home with them. 

Dean puts those thoughts out of his mind and tries to appreciate the kid he has now. Sam and Jess are inside preparing their dinner, and Dean and Cas are outside watching over the kids. It’s nice and relaxing, and the weather is perfect. He looks over at Cas sitting next to him on the bench, and he reaches over to lace their fingers together. Cas scoots over closer, rests his head on Dean’s shoulder, and sighs in contentedness.

“I love you,” Dean says. 

He can tell Cas smiles, even though he’s still looking forward, watching the kids collect eggs.

“I love you, too.”

“Happy Easter, Cas.” 

Cas lifts his head from Dean’s shoulder to face him. He leans forward and presses a firm but gentle kiss on Dean’s lips.

“Happy Easter, Dean.” 

Dean grins and kisses Cas again and turns back to his son and nieces and nephews. It looks like they’ve found all the eggs because they are sitting together counting them to make sure they have them all. Bless Sam for being willing to get up early this morning to hide the 100 eggs they had all stayed up filling with candy the night before.

“Hey, dinner’s ready!” Sam calls out from the back door. 

“Okay guys, you heard him. Go inside and wash up for dinner,” Dean says, waving his hand to round up the children. 

They all willingly run toward the house, baskets in hand, and Dean and Cas follow their fingers intertwined and shoulders bumping against each other as they walk.

Later when Cas drags Dean and Jacob to the church service, Cas doesn’t even say anything about the outfit Dean puts Jacob in. 

Dean thinks its cause they are already late, but he also thinks its cause Cas loves him and Jacob so much. 

Both are very much true, but it’s more the second.