A/N: A HUGE thanks to SweetLittleBullet who beta'd my epilogue super fast! Now you lovely readers get two chapters posted today! However, this also means this is the end of this story. It's kind of bittersweet!
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Hope you all enjoy this little wrap-up chapter!

Two weeks after the twins were born, Pansy and Ron welcomed a little girl, who they named Rose Lucretia Weasley. Much to the dismay of her mother, little Rose was born as bald as can be and it wasn't until nearly her first birthday that she enough hair, black like her mother's, to put pretty bows in. Their son, Hugo Arthur Weasley, had a full head of red hair like his father when he was born four years later.

When James Potter was just about two years old, Harry and Ginny welcomed his little brother, Albus Severus. A few years after that, they had little girl named Lily Luna. Ginny proclaimed the baby factory closed and they were happy as a family of five.

Blaise and Daphne's adoption to the orphaned siblings, Chloe and Benjamin, was finished a few months after the twins were born. Three months later, Daphne found out she was pregnant. She was on bedrest most of her pregnancy but had a beautiful baby girl, who they named Hope.

Astoria and Theo married and spent a year traveling before finally settling down and starting a family. They welcomed a little girl named Cecilia a year later and were happy to spoil and love just one child.

On the twin's first birthday, Draco gave Hermione his grandmother's ring and asked her to marry him again. They renewed their vows on their second anniversary, with their two children toddling by their side. When the twins were almost three, they welcomed a little boy who they named Orion Lucius Malfoy. Three years after that, they welcomed their fourth, and last child, Cassiopeia Ariana Malfoy, or Cassie for short. Orion and Cassie favored their mother as they both had brown eyes with light brown hair, a perfect combination of their parents. Lyra and Orion were both cursed with Hermione's curly hair while Scorpius and Cassie had straight hair, like their father.

It was now September 1st and the twins, along with James Potter and Rose Weasley, had left on the Hogwarts Express on their way to Hogwarts earlier that day.

"I wonder if they got sorted yet!" exclaimed Orion as he took a bite of his dinner.

"They probably have," mused Hermione. "I'm sure they'll owl as soon as the feast is over."

"Can we stay up and wait for their letters if we promise to go to sleep really fast afterwards?" asked Cassie.

Hermione smiled and kissed the top of her daughter's head, "Sorry sweetie, but if the letter doesn't come before bedtime, you'll just have to wait until morning. You and your brother have school tomorrow."

Cassie pouted but nodded, knowing better than to argue.

"I still can't believe you got Scorp and Ly brooms for their birthday," said Orion. "Hey dad, can I-"

"No, not until you're 11," Draco said, cutting him off with a smirk. It had the been topic of many dinners lately. Orion wanted desperately to have a real broom of his own, not a training one. He had already sneaked out Scorp's few times, and found that it was much easier then a training broom, but he couldn't very well tell his parents that. Orion huffed out a breath and took another bite of food, trying desperately to find a way to convince his parents to get his own broom and show them just how good he was at flying.

They finished their dinner and the two kids asked to be excused to go play before getting ready for bed.

As Millie cleared the table, Hermione and Draco went to the living room and sat down on the couch.

Draco was staring towards the window and Hermione touched his hand, "You look more nervous than the kids did this morning," she said.

He picked her hand up and kissed the top of it, "Maybe I am a little. I always planned on my children to be in Slytherin, but I really don't see either of those two in that house."

"Will it really be so bad if they're in another one?" she asked.

"I suppose not," he intertwined their fingers, "Did I tell you that Lyra told me she thinks Scorp will go into Hufflepuff?"

Hermione nodded, "Yes. She read through my copy of Hogwarts, A History, plus the updated one, and she said that whenever she read Hufflepuff's description about loyalty, dedication, and patience that Scorpius always came to mind." She looked at her husband, a frown on his face, "You realize if he does get in, that there will be no more making fun of Hufflepuff's in this house, right?"

He smirked at Hermione, "Yes, dear."

She smacked his arm playfully, "I mean it."

He chuckled, "I know." He sighed as Hermione rested her head on his shoulder, "You realize that Lyra is a mini-you, right? She'll probably be in Gryffindor."

"Nah, I think Ravenclaw," guessed Hermione. "Believe it not, but I think she's smarter than me at that age."

Draco chuckled, "Hopefully she doesn't run into a little pureblood brat who'll make fun of her for the next seven years."

"Well, I don't know. It didn't turn out too bad for me," she said lightly.

He turned her face so that he could capture her lips in a light kiss, "I love you."

"I love you too," she said, kissing him again, then setting against him once more. "Have you heard from your mother?"

Draco nodded, "Yes, she and Aunt Andromeda are having fun traveling. They miss the kids and especially missed the fact that they weren't here to see the twins off at the station. But she promised that she'll pick them up for the winter holidays as a surprise."

She smiled, "They'll like that."

There was a pecking sound at one of the windows which caused Draco to stand up quickly, making Hermione fall onto the couch and land in the place that he currently vacated. She flipped to her back and waited for Draco to return. When he did, he had two letters in hand. Hermione moved back to the sitting position so that Draco could sit down next to her.

"So, whose are we reading first?" she asked.

"I'll read Scorps, you read Lyra's, then we switch, ok?" he suggested.

Hermione nodded, taking the letter that had Lyra's beautiful script on the envelope and opened it up.

Dear Mum and Dad,

I'm in Ravenclaw! I knew I would be! James got into Gryffindor, but we all saw that coming, and Rose got put into Hufflepuff! I promised Scorp that I wouldn't write in my letter where he ended up because he wanted to tell you himself.

The train ride to Hogwarts was a bit boring, so I'm glad I brought some books to read. (I already finished Standard Book of Specials: Year 1 so I started Alice in Wonderland, recommended by Auntie Luna.)

The feast was amazing and now I am stuffed! And I sat next to another first year girl named Patty, who's a muggleborn and she and I talked a lot about books. We're thinking of starting a book club, what do you think? Maybe mum can give us suggestions on books.

Well, it's late and I need to rest up for classes tomorrow. Write back and tell Or and Cassie that I miss them and love them.


Hermione smiled at her daughter's letter. She looked over at Draco who was staring off somewhere in front of him.

"Can I read Scorp's?" she asked.

Draco nodded and handed her his letter, taking Lyra's from her.

Mum and Dad,

I'm in Hufflepuff. I know dad will be disappointed, but I'm happy about where the sorting hat put me. Lyra had read all the different house descriptions on the train and asked me which house I thought best suit me and we both agreed that Hufflepuff was my house. I know dad was joking that he'd disown any of his kids that were in Hufflepuff, but please don't let him, ok mum?

Rose is in Hufflepuff with me and James got into Gryffindor, which we all knew would happen.

Train ride was fun and I sat with a couple new people and made some new friends already. I even bought some treats from the trolly and shared with the kids in the cabin.

Food at the feast was delicious but not as good as mum's.

I have to go, the Prefect just came by and said it's time to go bed. I'll write later.


"Oh Draco, did you really say you'd disown any of your kids if they got into Hufflepuff?" she asked exasperatedly.

Draco had the decency to look embarrassed, "It was over a year ago and I was just joking around. Of course I'd never actually disown him." Draco took back the letter from Scorpius and read it again, "He's right though. That house does fit him pretty well. If you don't mind, I'll write him back this time, ok?"

Hermione smiled and kissed his cheek, "Sounds like a good plan to me. I'll respond to Lyra's."

Cassie and Orion came bounding into the room and Cassie squealed, "Letters!"

Draco laughed and scooped up his youngest while Orion sat next to Hermione, "Yup. We just found out that Lyra is in Ravenclaw and Scorpius is in Hufflepuff."

"Yes! I knew it!" Cassie turned a triumphant grint to Orion, "Pay up. I told you Scorp would be in Hufflepuff."

Orion grumbled but took out a galleon and placed it in his sister's outstretched hand. She then looked up at her father and batted her eyelashes, "Daddy, if I save up enough galleons, can I buy a real broom?"

"You don't even like flying, Cass," Hermione said and Draco just laughed.

Cassie shrugged, "So? At least I'll have a real broom before Or does."

"Hey! Dad, Mum, you won't let her really buy a broom, will you? She's only 5!"

Cassie stuck out her tongue at her brother.

"That's enough you two. Run along to your rooms and we'll come and tuck you in a few minutes," Hermione said.

As they watched their two youngest quietly argue as they left the room, Hermione shook her head, "You want to know which kid will be in Slytherin? That little girl of yours."

Draco smiled proudly, "Yeah, I've been thinking that for a while now too. Orion will probably beg the hat to choose Gryffindor, so he could be with James."

Hermione laughed, "That's probably true."

Draco stood up and offered his hands to pull Hermione up. She accepted the gesture and he pulled her into his chest, where he kissed the tip of her nose. "Shall we go tuck those kids into bed and have mommy and daddy alone time?" he said while wiggling his eyebrows.

"Maybe if you're lucky," she said pecked his lips quickly.

Hand in hand, they made their way up the grand staircase towards the bedrooms.

"You realize though, that if Orion does get into Gryffindor and Cassie goes to Slytherin, there will be a Malfoy in every Hogwarts House for at least one year."

Draco grinned at that thought, "That would be pretty nice."

Hermione tucked in Cassie while Draco took care of Orion, then swapped kids so they each got to say goodnight to both of them. Once the kids were settled and tucked in, Hermione and Draco made their way to their own room.

"So, Mr. Malfoy," Hermione said as she linked her hands behind his neck.

"Yes, Mrs. Malfoy?" he answered back, his hands resting on her hips.

"How does it feel having two kids in Hogwarts?"

Draco pondered for a moment. "Old," he said, grinning down at her as Hermione rolled her eyes. "Alright alright. I'm pretty damn proud, actually."

"Even if one of your children is in Hufflepuff?" she inquired with a raised eyebrow.

"Especially because one of them is in Hufflepuff," he said, kissing her softly.

She let the kiss linger for a moment before sighing into his embrace. "You know, for all the stuff the Ministry has done, good or bad, I think that whole marriage law thing turned out pretty well."

"I think they were wrong on the whole 95% compatibility though," Draco said seriously.

Hermione raised her head and looked at him, frowning, "Oh?"

He dipped down to kiss her once more. "I think it's more like 100%" he said against her lips.

Hermione smiled, "I agreeā€¦ 100%."

A/N: And... FIN! Woot!
Thanks once again for all you lovely readers! I already have plans for another story in my head, but I have yet to start writing it. I'm going to go for a more darker story, but we'll see how it goes since I love my lovey-dovey stories too much lol