Generations After

On the surface, Frisk is the mother of a lovely daughter. Soon enough their semi-perfect world is going to become harder when the mountain that holds monsters releases them from their prison. Now Frisk's daughter is about to find out a piece of knowledge that is going to bring her life crashing down.


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16. Everyone Knows

I was still up hours later, I was drawing in my room when I heard the front door open and close, there were some footsteps coming up the stairs. I heard some faint whispers and recognized my father’s and mother’s voices. I tried to be quiet while I listened to their conversation.

“Sans, come on their probably asleep,” mom said to dad.

“I’m checking to make sure,” dad said to mom quickly as I heard footsteps coming to my door.

I quickly and quietly turned off my light and dove into my bed, I heard my door open and I heard footsteps walking over to me. I had my eyes closed as I felt someone brush my brush to the side and fixed me within the bed. I cracked an eye to see my father leaving the room, there seemed to be a glow coming from his chest.

Dad closed the door behind him.

“Kiva’s asleep, but Courier is usually up at this hour,” dad said to mom.

“Sans, it’ll be okay,” mom said in a pleading tone.

I knew what was going on and I didn’t want to listen any further. I reached for my phone and I put in my earbuds and began listening to music and watching stupid mindless videos. After an hour, I had to go to the bathroom, I got up from my bed with my earbuds still in to avoid hearing something I didn’t want to hear. I got up from my bed and opened my door, I saw a blue glow come from under my parents’ door. I was not going to look past the door, I continued to walk to the bathroom and did my business. While walking back I noticed that the glow was gone and I continued to my room, I laid back in my bed and went to sleep.

 

 I woke up in the morning to the smell of something cooking downstairs, I got up from my bed and I found mom cooking something. I didn’t see dad anywhere.

“Morning mom,” I said to her.

“Morning Kiva,” mom said turning to me. “How did you sleep last night?”

“I slept well,” I said to mom. “How was your night out with dad?”

“It went well,” mom said to me. “It’s been too long since we did something like that, it was special to go on a date with him again.”

“What did you go to see?” I asked.

“We went to see The Chaser,” mom said to me.

“I heard that one was a good movie,” I said. “Where was dinner?”

“Grillby’s apparently the fire monster still doesn’t charge your father for food or anything as a sense of gratification for protecting them all these years,” mom said. “Certainly surprised me again, I forgot that Grillby did that for Sans whenever he comes in.”

“That’s cool,” I said.

“Were you up during the night?” mom asked.

“I got up to go the bathroom,” I admitted to her. “I saw a glow from under the door, but I didn’t hear anything. I had my earbuds in.”

“You were the one that got up in the middle of the night,” I heard dad say before I was put into a head lock and got rough knuckles rubbing the top of my head.

“Mom help,” I called out to my mother.

Mom came over and removed me from my father’s grasp.

“Sans,” mom said.

“I’m only joking,” dad said pulling mom over to him. “I would never hurt our children.”

I was stuck in between the two.

“Let me out of this mess,” I growled up to the two.

I was released from the prison and dad messed up my hair a bit. I pushed his hand away from me.

“Did you two have fun last night?” I asked.

“It was interrupted by someone having to go to the bathroom,” dad said slightly irritated.

“Sorry,” I said to him shrugging my shoulders. “You got to go when you got to go.”

Dad groaned slightly before sitting down at the table, I noticed his leg was shaking. Courier came into the room, he looked at dad and smiled.

“So how was your night?” Courier asked smiling. “Did you enjoy yourself?”

“It was a good night,” mom said smiling.

“Yeah, it was a great night,” dad grumbled out.

“I see that one thing was not accomplished,” Courier said in a mocking tone to dad.

“Don’t bring it up,” dad groaned.

“Did you fall asleep or were you interrupted?” Courier asked.

Dad got up and left the room, mom walked up to Courier and gave him a slap to the back of the head.

“Easy up, he’s quite disappointed in himself,” mom said.

“I would be to if I was planning for it and was interrupted before the event could occur,” Courier said rubbing the back of his skull.

“How about you two head out to Asgore and Toriel’s,” mom said.

“Just one question before we head out,” Courier said.

“What is it?” mom asked.

“Who’s going to carry the next child?” Courier asked before we were both gently guided to the front door.

We quickly got on our shoes before we were shoved out of the door, Courier began walking to Asgore and Toriel’s home. He had a large smile on his face.

“Kiva, what do you think?” Courier asked. “A little brother or a little sister?”

“How about we don’t talk about it?” I asked trying to make it sound like we’re leaving this topic at that moment.

“If we end up with a little brother or a little sister, what’s your bet?” Courier asked.

“How about we get off this topic,” I said a little bit forceful to my older brother.

“I’m hoping for a little brother, so we can both terrorize you,” Courier said to me.

“I’m hoping that you are going to get off this topic,” I said to him.

“What’s with you?” Courier asked.

“I just don’t want to hear this topic anymore,” I said to my brother.

Soon we reached the goat monsters’ home, which Asgore and Aztori were working in the flowerbeds in the front yard.

“Hello Asgore,” I said to the very large goat monster.

The two goat monsters turned to face us, I gave the two a soft smile.

“Hello you two,” Asgore said in his normal deep voice. “What are you two doing here?”

“Mom and dad needed some privacy,” Courier said allowing me to jab him in the ribs.

“I understand,” Asgore said. “Sans has always been a private person when it comes to his family and such.”

“Even you know about this?” I asked.

“I know about all subjects and their personalities,” Asgore said smiling. “Your father is a very private person, hell it took him three months before he told me that they were expecting you. It also took him forever to tell me about Frisk and their relationship, which I would have understood the situation that they were in.”

“Does everyone know about them?” I asked.

“No, just close friends and family,” Asgore said. “Like I said he’s rather private when it comes to things. Why don’t you two join us inside?”

We were guided into the home where we were greeted by Toriel.

“Oh hello children,” Toriel said to us. “Why are you here?”

“Mom and dad needed time to themselves,” Courier said.

“Must be around that time,” Toriel said.

“I’m hoping that there’s another little one,” Courier said. “It would be awesome to have another little sibling.”

“I’m indifferent about this,” I said.

“If they do end up having another child, it would be exciting for everyone,” Toriel said in a happy tone.

“This is making me uncomfortable that everyone knows about this,” I said.

“This is part of monster culture,” Toriel said to us. “You’ll get used to it after a while.”

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