Granted, I want to wait for the episode, just to see how this is portrayed.
But I agree. I cannot imagine taking care of a baby for three years—feeding her, clothing her, playing with her, and giving her love and care—and then giving her back.
And poor Emma—this was the first rejection she ever got in her life, and from decent people that actually cared for her but (to her) tossed her aside when they got someone better.
Doesn’t really have anything to do with this blog but I just wanted to pay respect to Robin Willams and his loved ones. He will be greatly missed.
I also just wanted to remind my followers that if they ever do find themselves feeling alone with no way out of the darkness that my ask box is always open to anyone who needs a shoulder to lean on or someone to talk to.
Edit: If you don’t feel like talking to some random stranger on Tumblr then here’s a list of international suicide hotlines for various countries. (x)
once upon a time meme: twelve characters [2/12]
↳ Emma Swan
“Just a lost little girl who didn’t matter and didn’t think she ever would. A little girl who cried herself to sleep at night ‘cause she wanted her parents so bad, and could never understand why they gave her up.”
Thank you darling :)
I was looking through the swan believer tag, and I’ve noticed there really aren’t a lot of blogs and promotion for this relationship. Especially when it’s often very criticized or ignored, so since it’s very under appreciated, and there is no real popular swan pro-blog for it, I’ve decided to create a Swan Believer Blog. It essentially works like any other pro blog (reblogs, metas, asks and me answering them) except it’s for Emma and Henry, and the mother/son relationship they have. This relationships needs to be promoted a lot more, and it also is ship free, so no drama really, which is good. So if anyone could please reblog and pass the word around, I would love for this small project to become something positive, a good representation of a wonderful and healthy relationship.
“Seriously? She’s real too?!” — says the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming
People are going to tell you who you are your whole life. You just gotta punch back and say, ‘no, this is who I am.’ You want people to to look at you differently? Make them. If you want to change things, you’re going to have to go out there and change them yourself because there are no fairy godmothers in this world.