Asked by cleflink
: Five Times Jared Wasn't the Loudest Guy in the Room?
1. She's loud. That's all Jared can glean from his baby sister's yelling. Mama is trying to sing to her but Meggie is LOUD and it's hurting his ears. He peers over the crib, standing in tippy toes, and sees her red face. He holds a finger out to gently stroke her cheek and pat her hair, he always likes it when Mama does it to him, and Meggie slowly calms down. Finally, he can watch TV properly!
2. Chad Michael Murray is how he introduced himself. Chad Douchebag Murray is how he seems, really. He's funny, though, and says the dumbest things, but it makes Jared laugh. He seems less like a douchebag and more like a guy who isn't afraid of what others think, and Jared can dig that.
3. He's drunk. That's the only explanation Jared has of Jensen yelling loudly about 'blast ended skrewts' and how it'd be so cool to have magic in the show. Jensen wonders if this embarrassment is what Jensen feels on a daily basis with Jared.
4. "Fuuuuck" Jensen moans as Jared rocks his hips up to meet Jensen's. He feels full and perfect, Jensen muttering filth and moaning into his ear. Jared always tends to quiet down during sex, just breathy sighs and whimpers of want, but Jensen finds his outlet apparently, cursing and yelling, and gasping. Jared prefers it that way.
5. He's tiny and adorable and perfect and sure has a healthy set of lungs. Jared looks down at his baby boy, Jensen cooing at him at his side. He's kicking and creaming and Jared doesn't know if he's meant to be a parent of he can't calm down his own child. He changes his hold a little bit, holds his son a little tighter, and suddenly the room is silent. Maybe he can do this after all.
Asked by dolnmoon
: the five things Jensen Ackles is going to love about being a father to his little girl.
1. teaching her baseball and football and basketball. He wants his girl to know these things so nobody says you throw like a girl to her. She's going to prove to everyone that girls may throw just as good, if not better, than the boys
2. teaching her sarcasm and how to fight so she's never put in a position she can't get out of and being all sassy is going to be her trademark. She is his kid after all
3. As much as he denies it, he's going to love all the girly things - the pink, the princesses, the jewelry, he's going to love every moment, and even if she's not into that stuff? He's going to love it all.
4. Making forts with her and having tea parties in them. He's not going to let his girl be JUST a girl and make it all stereotypical - she's going to like everything so nobody can tell her that she doesn't know anything. His kid will have it ALL.
5. Being her hero. He's going to do his best to be someone that she can look up to, go home to, talk to. He's going to do whatever it takes to make sure his little girl is loved and knows that he will always be there for her.