"Mommy! Look! Look at me!"

"Robin Sky Slender! What in the world do you think you're doing?!"

"Let the girl have a little fun Sky."

"What if she falls?" I looked at my husband incredulously. He remained prone, lounging in the back yard hammock, completely unfazed by the sight of his five year old daughter ten feet up in a tree.

"She wont. She's more than capable of catching herself even if she were to fall - which she wont. Thankfully she inherited my grace and not yours."

Childishly I stuck my tongue out at him. I'd grown out of being a klutz!... more or less. "Still Slendy..."

The Slender man sighed and sat up. "Come on down little one before your mother has a heart attack," he called up.

"Aw, but Daddy!"

"No buts. Come down here."

Robin made a face. Her pale skin was flushed from play and her long - long even for a five year old - raven hair was tangled with sticks and leaves. Small thin tendrils sprouted from her back and gripped the tree branches as she swung back down to earth, landing much more easily than her age would prepare you for. Briefly I wondered at how pitiful it was that a five year old was more graceful than me. She was a lot like her father though, so it shouldn't be that much of a surprise.

I thought back to the first time my little girl had sprouted tentacles and my surprise then. Yes, that had definitely been a memorable experience. I mean, honestly, what mother has to deal with a one year old sprouting numerous appendages?

I drew a deep breath and closed my eyes, letting the sun warm my face. I was glad at times like these that we'd found this little cabin in the woods for such a deal. No nosey neighbors to fall out at the sight of your faceless husband and tentacle possessing daughter playing in the yard was a definite plus.

A hand tugged at my sleeve and I opened my eyes to see a pare of ghost eyes staring up at me. "Mommy, can you come play with me? If you do it Daddy will come too," she begged.

I chuckled. "Alright, alright. What are we playing?"

"Yay!" Robbin squealed and launched into describing to Slendy and I whatever game she had concocted this time. I smiled affectionately at my daughter. My how I loved her - my little Slender child.

A/N: Ta-da! The end xD hope y'all enjoyed my fluffy little ending there.

It has been a pleasure writing the Slender series, and I am by no means done (I've actualy started on the rough draft of the next one already) but I'm going to take a little break from this story line for a bit. After I post this chapter, I'm going to be posting the prologue to my next story, "What Is Love?" which is also a Slenderman romance, but is totally unrelated to the SkyxSlendy universe. Please go check it out! And to any of you guys who were missing certain CreepyPastas in this series, you should really enjoy my new story *wink wink*

Thank you guys so much for all the support and patience you've shown me during this story, and for those of you who have been with since the begining, for all the support you showed me during "A Slender Chance" as well. I love you all! You are the best readrs a writer could ever hope for and it always brought a smile to my face to read your comments. Each and every one of you who has reviewed, favorited, or followed has a special place in my heart :D

On another note, with this chapter I'm also posting the 300th review prize for xXxSaiyanPrincess. Make sure and check it out!

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I hope to see you all in the comments of my next story, it's been a pleasure my friends. Until next time! Stay awesome ;D

- Erin