Author's note: Hi everybody, I know it's been almost a year since my last (and first) story was put up. Which was way more successful than I thought it would be, so I'd just like to thank those who took the time to read it, and those who favorited and reviewed it, it means a lot to me!
Anyway, onto this story. This idea sorta came to me one day when I was lying on my bed listening to my iPod. I'm not going to give the whole thing away now, but after seeing the severe shortage of Chibi-Robo stories on this site, I thought I'd put this here.
And just so the copyright people shut up: If I owned Chibi-Robo, I wouldn't be making fanfictions about it, this stuff would be in the game!
"Now we're off!" Mr. Sanderson boasted as he started to pull out of the driveway. It had only been a few months since he got his job back at Citrusoft, and the family was already going on a two week vacation.
"Oh good." Mrs. Sanderson sighed Only 2 hours behind schedule.
"Jenny stop that!"
Even though Jenny had moved past her habit of talking like a frog, she still did on occasion to annoy her parents and friends. It seemed to work and Jenny always found it funny.
"You good back there, Giga-Robo?"
Yes, they brought him along too. Giga-Robo nodded.
All the suit cases were packed, the car was full of gas, and they were ready for their road trip.
Now you may be wondering who they got to look after the house while they were away. They didn't have to get anyone; they had Chibi-Robo, who didn't mind being left behind at the house. The Sandersons were a bit worried at first, thinking he would get lonely all by himself for two weeks. But Chibi-Robo had Telly, and unknown to the Sandersons, many toy friends who came to life at night. He would be anything but lonely.
"Bye Chibi and Telly!" Jenny shouted out the car window. Her parents also waved before they pulled out and continued down the road.
Chibi-Robo and Telly waved back through the window, and watched them drive off into the distance. "Well Chibi-Robo, I guess we should get to work now. We have to make sure the plants are watered!" The little green yes symbol popped up over Chibi-Robo's head, and the two went off to work.
Halfway through, Telly saw Chibi-Robo climbing up the leg of the table so he could water the fern that sat on top. Once he made it, he started to run up to the plant. Before he could though, something distracted him. He glanced at the shelf of CDs for a moment before remembering his important job. Chibi-Robo climbed up the flower pot, got out his water squirter, and got straight to work. As hard working as he was, Telly had seen his little hesitation. It really wasn't like him to get distracted, but Telly didn't think much of it.
While Chibi-Robo was making sure the fern stayed alive, he looked over to the other end of the table and laughed. He couldn't believe that it had been a month already. When Chibi-Robo wasn't looking, Telly allowed himself to remember.