I. Edward Remus Lupin
17 April 1998
Remus had always known Dora to be resilient, but the night she bore him their son, he saw a completely different side of her. And the moment the baby—his son—was placed in Remus's arms, he was filled with an entirely unfamiliar torrent of emotion—ecstasy, amazement, purpose.
Never before had he felt so grateful to have been proved wrong.
And although Remus could not experience his son's magnificent life, he left little Teddy in the care of people who could not have loved him more. Teddy Remus Lupin, a Hufflepuff—and, indeed, a great wizard in the making.
I'm SUPER excited for this new project! :) It's a collection of teeny intro stories, one for each of the kids in my NextGen headcanon.
Disclaimer: Inspiration for the format of this story goes to My Dear Professor McGonagall! Check out her story 'The Twenty Five Labors of Dumbledore's Army.' It's fantastic.