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Disclaimer: I do not own Sailor Moon, and if I did I'd surely be in Heaven (one can always dream!).

Heaven's Precious Gift

Rated K

P.O.V. of Serena

The sun shone brightly overhead, and the July breeze blew by contentedly. Juuban Park was full of laughing children, mothers chasing them happily. My own 3-year-old daughter was among those children, laughing and singing. She looked over at me and giggled, red eyes shining with childish delight and pink odangoes swishing in the air. I smiled back, then she came running, hands clasped around something.

"Mama! Mama! Lookie what I got!" she exclaimed, then opened her chubby hands. Nestled inside was a beautiful red butterfly. It swished its wings lazily, then took off. Rini waved goodbye to it.

"Bye bye butt'a'fly!" she yelled. Then Rini looked at me with an almost pleading look in her eye.

"Push me on swings?" How could I refuse such cuteness?

"Ok," I answered, and she took off like a bullet to the swing set. Rini hopped onto the swing with a little difficulty, then swung her legs in anticipation. They hung a few inches above the ground.

"Hurry Mama!" she cried, impatient. I chuckled, reaching her at last.

"Hold on tight." Immediately she obeyed, showing her dependence on me.

"High!" my little princess ordered.

"Yes your highness," I bowed, then gave a big push.

The swinging went on until I was too tired and Rini was swung out, and we collapsed onto the grass together. Rini innocently crawled into my lap and curled up, resting her head against my chest.

"I love you, Mama." I cuddled her in a very motherly way.

"I love you too, Rini." This is my gift, my precious gift from Heaven- I would not stop loving this daughter of mine for the world. Bring on the hardship, my baby girl would always be there with me. Forever.

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