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FabulousDivaRarity


I'm a Proud ABDL mommy. Writer of padded pony fics, a lot of fics about Shining Armor and his mom, several about Rainbow Dash and her family, and far more mom stories than you can imagine.

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A Mother, a Father, a brother, a sister-in-law, and a niece. They are Twilight's family.

But there's one special member of her family that is about to be recognized.

FEATURED 8/19/2019!


For Raevyn, on this most special of days.


From the comments section:

"Speaking as someone who was adopted as a baby...and who's mother shared something very much like this with him many years ago during one of our talks...

Thank you, and damn you for making my 'allergies' act up." -Rescue Sunstreak

"This was one of the sweetest stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading!" -Real_Harmony Sparkle

"Beautiful I adore this story so very very much :D" -twidash1993

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Comments ( 28 )

This is a very good one-shot.

B-Beautiful I adore this story so very very much :D

I always thought Spike and Twilight have a mother and son relationship. This was cute.:twilightsmile:

D'aww. Very nice.
Yeah, Twilight and Spike's relationship has always been a question mark. I was under the assumption that "Twilight's Seven" (the 'Sibling Supreme' episode) was the writers solidifying them as siblings, and I'm writing a story that claims them as such, but I did always kind of like the mother-son relationship idea better. I mean, she did hatch him. It would only make sense.

“You’re a dragon, who grew up in a land of ponies, and you probably didn’t even realize how different you were until a few years ago. But you learned. You grew. You understood that you were a product of where you came from. Instead of being a harsh, brash dragon, you’re one who shows unfailing kindness and support.”

Twilight, how could you? Dragons are people, like you and me. For you to stereotype them like this, that's just racist!

In case it isn't obvious: That was a joke. Seriously, this was a really sweet story.

Great story. Now if only this happened in the show.

This was one of the sweetest stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading! I would really love to see a sequel where she fulfills her promise to Spike.

This story really touched me and put a smile on my face. Well written and gave a lovely portrayal to your audience of Twilight's relationship to Spike. Marvelous job!

Speaking as someone who was adopted as a baby...and who's mother shared something very much like this with him many years ago during one of our talks...

Thank you, and damn you for making my 'allergies' act up.

You have earned a spot in my best stories bookshelf.

I don't care what the show says, I'm always going to see Twilight and Spike as a mother and son more than as a sister and brother. Their bond in its good moments is something that goes beyond what sibling love can explain.

While this isn't my interpretation of their relationship, this was very well-written, almost poetic.

*warm fluffy feelings*

awww, authors note aside, you can obviously tell this story meant the world to somebody. Just A+ in terms of setting mood and tone of the story and conveying feelings to the reader, writing was nice and smooth as well no hiccups whatsoever, liked and favorited, nice job.

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yeah i can willingly say my headcannon excludes actual cannon in some areas, this is one of them for obvious reasons.

Incredibly sweet sentiment. I imagine this was shortly after the Sludge Incident. Goodness knows Twilight realized the depth of her maternal affection when Spike spurned it. Thank you for a fantastic look through her eyes.

Quite the hearthwarming relationship of Twilight and Spike

Super sweet story, Ms. rarity. I had wanted to get to this one as soon as I saw it was a work you did of Spike and Twilight. Parent & Child along with Caring and Nurturing have always been your best strengths as an author.

Spike, in canon, may be 'a brother' but Twilight could always, deep down, see him as more. Perhaps, with age, she'd come to realize he is more than just an unofficially adopted little brother. That Spike is a part of her and one that she would be happy to complete through saying, even after he is grown up, how she sees herself as a mother. His quest for family would be at an official end as it is one thing to say someone is family and another to know it is official that they are family.

Yes, papers and ceremonies are not often seen as important and/or necessary. However, for Spike, such a formal way to show he does have family with Twilight would, likely, ease his heart and allow him to rest his feelings of missing out on a family in the Dragon Lands.

Very nice. :)

Spike is not her kid. Twilight did not raise him, her parents did. Anyone who has ever been a kid themselves and know the kind of school schedule would have would know this. She was about 6 when he hatched so she would not give a damn about raising a kid when shes still one herself. And anyone as responsible as her parents and Celestia are would not have her raising a kid and screwing up her own future. Twilights parents would be the one raising him.

And anyone who actually has a close family would realize that there interactions are the ones of siblings, not mother and son.

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Congratulations. You just wrote the most inconsiderate comment I have ever read on this site. You're right, I don't have a close family. I grew up in an abusive family. The only person I could consistently count on to be kind to me was my mom. And I grew up as an only child, so I don't know what it's like to have siblings. The only sibling interactions I've seen are between my dad and my uncle, and the vast majority of them have been violent. So I didn't grow up in a close family, but I made my own. I have a mom who cares about me and treats me with kindness. I have an amazing husband who is incredibly supportive. And I have a daughter, whom I wrote this for on the two year anniversary of her adoption. And for you to come in and try and ruin that with your opinion and personal attacks is just disgusting, especially from somebody who has no works of their own to share. Twilight wouldn't have taken care of him completely while in school, yes. You're absolutely right about that. But she raised him, because when she got older, she made sure he was cared for, gave him a roof over his head, and gave him the love and family he so richly deserved. At the end of the day, raising someone has nothing to do with lengths of time. It's about the care and effort put into it. That's what matters in the end.

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There is no way Ponies get their cutie mark that young. She was nine if not older.

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Molt Down basically confirmed they have a parent-child relationship.

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If you go by the comics Twilight did nearly fail school due to the stress of caring for Spike that young.

I view Spike as being Twilight's adopted son. Thats also how i write them myself. She hatched him, and raised him by herself when they were sent to Canterlot. Liked and Faved the story to read later. :)

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But soon, the two of them would finally bond, Twilight gave him his name and he calmed down enough to listen to his mothers' own cries...

It takes a special kind of writer to make their readers feel.
You are one of those writers
Well done, Author

You don't know how much this effects me as someone who is adopted.

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