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Chapter 1: Intangibility Practice

"'Morning, Sammy!" Danny said. It was exactly six years after Danny and Sam had admitted their feelings for each other. "'Morning, Danny." Sam muttered sleepily. She leaned over and kissed him deeply. "I love you." Danny smiled in that way only he could. It made her think he knew something she didn't... or he was planning something. "I love you, too. But you know what?" Sam frowned. "What do I know?" She answered. "Well, for one, it's our anniversary, and for two, you need some mouthwash." Sam stuffed the pillow in his face. "Hey! I was joking!" He yelled, still laughing his head off. He turned the pillow intangible and took it out of Sam's hands. "Hey, you cheater!" She said, grinning.

Ever since that day six years ago, Sam had decided to drop the Goth thing, so she wasn't above breaking into giggle fits anymore. And she did just that when Danny returned the pillow to tangibility and stuffed it in her face. She yanked the pillow out of Danny's hands and rolled over onto him, looking him in the eyes. "You know what?" She asked sweetly, raising an eyebrow. Danny liked this game. He stared deeply into Sam's eyes and a small beam of green light connected his to hers. He began flipping through her thoughts. This was his favorite ghost power. He'd learned it the day he asked Sam to marry him. He could read people's minds from farther off, but he liked this way best.

At first he found nothing he didn't already know, but then something caught his attention. He blinked, breaking the connection between them. "How the hell can you hear her from here? The monitor's not even on!" He said incredulously. Sam laughed softly. "Come on, she's waking up." She said, rolling off of Danny and getting out of bed. Danny shook his head in amazement before following Sam out of the room and down the hall.

"Morning, Mommy! Hi, Daddy!" Lilith said happily. The two-year-old was jumping up and down on her new big girl bed. Sam smiled, but tried to be stern. "Good morning Lily. What has Mommy told you about jumping on your bed?" Lilith stopped jumping and thought for a moment. She shrugged her shoulders cutely. Sam made a mental note to kill Danny for teaching her that. "We don't jump on the bed, Lilith. Remember what happened to the monkeys?" Lilith smiled at this and began to sing. "Five wittle monkeys jumpin' on the bed! One fell off and bumped his head! Mommy cawled da doctor and the doctor said, 'no more monkeys jumpin' on da bed!'" Danny laughed and started to sing along with his daughter. "Four little monkeys jumpin' on the bed! One fell off and bumped his head! Momma called the doctor and the doctor said, 'no more monkeys jumpin' on the bed!'" Danny elbowed Sam playfully and she too began to sing. "Three little monkeys jumpin' on the bed! One fell off and bumped his head! Momma called the doctor and the doctor said, 'no more monkeys jumpin' on the bed!" Lilith stopped singing and began to giggle uncontrollably while Sam and Danny finished the song, both on the edge of cracking up as well. "Two little monkeys jumpin' on the bed! One fell off and bumped his head! Momma called the doctor and the doctor said, 'no more monkeys jumpin' on the bed! One little monkey jumpin' on the bed! He fell off and bumped his head! Momma called the doctor and the doctor said, 'no more monkeys jumpin' on the bed! No more monkeys jumpin' on the bed! None fell off and bumped their heads!" (A/N I don't remember how the song ended, but this ending was good as any)

Sam sat down next to the laughing Lilith and tickled her ribs. She screamed happily and squirmed away. Danny sat down beside her and put her on his lap. "Well, now do you know why you're not supposed to jump on the bed?" He asked, grinning at his daughter. "Yup! 'cause da monkeys fall off!" Danny chuckled. "That's right! Now come on, breakfast time!" "Yay! Den we can go fwying?" She asked, smiling pitifully up at her father with her bottom lip sticking out. Danny sighed. He made a mental note to kill Sam for teaching her the puppy dog pout. "Okay, we'll go flying after breakfast. Do you want to fly to Uncle Tucker's house?" Lilith grinned and clapped her hands. "Yes! Yes! Yes!" She shouted.

"Alright, Lily, are we ready?" She smiled and nodded furiously. They were in the living room and were getting ready for their flight. "Go ahead, then." Sam said, watching her daughter proudly. She closed her eyes tight and concentrated hard. Two blue white rings formed around her tiny waist and traveled up and down her little body. When she opened her once amethyst eyes, they were glowing electric blue and she was Lily Phantom. Danny smiled proudly and turned into Danny Phantom. He picked Sam up and floated a few feet off the ground. "Let's go, Lily." He said to his little halfa. She flew up to him and giggled some more. "I wike fwying!" She giggled. Danny and Sam both grinned. "Alright Lily, you go first. Just pretend you can go through the ceiling and you really will, okay?" She'd been having a bit of trouble controlling her tangibility and Danny was trying to teach her, but it was pretty hard to teach a two-year-old to control ghost powers.

Lily Phantom focused hard and flew up to the ceiling. She closed her eyes and hit it with a dull thud. "Daddy, it didn't work." She said, her bottom lip quivering. "That's okay, baby. Try again." He said encouragingly. She did, but once again hit the ceiling. "Daddy, pwease help." "Just try one more time, okay sweetie?" Lily sighed and nodded. "Okay, but den you'll help?" "I sure will." He said. Lily smiled and tried to go intangible again. She closed her eyes and when she opened them again, she was floating above the roof of her house. Danny soon followed her through the roof with Sam in his arms. "I did it, Mommy! I did it Daddy!" She shouted joyously. "You sure did, honey." Sam said. She was so proud of her little halfa. "Wet's go to Uncle Tuckie's house now!" And with that they flew off in the direction of Sam and Danny's best friend, Tucker Foley.

Okay, maybe not my best work, but I'll introduce the plot in the next chappie.I hope you liked chapter 1, please R&R!

-WriterGirl713, the Devil's Angel and unofficial Master of Fluff