|Reviews for Fathers|
| DICATAKADD 12/10/09 . chapter 1
That was very funny - the Mormons comment...I'm from a big Irish Catholic family (23 first cousins), I'm used to those comments too!
Loved the chapter as always...
| basket1544 12/10/09 . chapter 1
No offense taken. Lovely story. Now we know what Edward was laughing about. If only we knew the story about Bella's great-grandfather and Carlisle.
| siriusedwardLOVE 12/10/09 . chapter 1
I'm so happy you decided to write this! I was dying to know what happened during their little 'talk' :) Excellent job!
| appleburple 12/10/09 . chapter 1
Very nicely done and I like the reference to the Morman religion. It was nice to get someone's point of view of how the Cullen's appear to the outside world :-)
I enjoyed it very much and look forward to other stories from you (because I've already ready all your others) :-)
| PurpleMatter 12/10/09 . chapter 1
Freesia candle. Loved the story, as always. "Doubly loved", how sweet. "Bella didn't grow up in a house full of brothers": hahahaha
| sammy55 12/10/09 . chapter 1
That was so sweet!
| seriouslysirius 12/10/09 . chapter 1
I really like Charlie and Carlisle fics where they discuss Bella and Edward. I liked yours very much, also the religion part was a nice one. Very well done and Carlisles little speech in the end was very well done.
| cheesepuff311 12/10/09 . chapter 1
xD The Mormon joke made me laugh. You also got Charlie's perspective down pretty well. His social awkwardness, but love for his daughter. Very fatherly while not being very gooey, you know?
But, I especially loved when Charlie was thinking back about Bella. He just sounded so...warm. Although, on a non-important note, I don't think Renee and Charlie would go vacatioing together-Seeing as how they got divorced when Bella was six months old. And if she was a baby, then it would really matter...Not that babies snorkel real well. xD
(Sorry if I was a bit side-tracked!) I enjoyed your one-shot. Thanks!
| JennieBasset 12/10/09 . chapter 1
Very enjoyable read! The opportunity to view the family from different perspectives is always welcome. I like the comfort you've provided Charlie in this piece. Thank for you sharing your talent.
| Heroes.Heroines 12/10/09 . chapter 1
wow. that was cute. especially the end, “Not that you won’t always be her father. She’s just doubly-loved." aw! that was an amazing line! good job!
| jashaw 12/10/09 . chapter 1
Ha ha! I'm Mormon too and I thought it was hilarious! Big families who don't drink and know their family histories that can only equal one thing!
| lilyoftheval5 12/10/09 . chapter 1
They needed a moment...