“I thought you used some kind of gel or something to do your hair but is this how you do it?” you asked, still in awe over his hair.
“Uh. Yeah?” he replied, not understanding what the fuss was all about.
“Amazing,” you whispered, reaching out to gently touch his fringe.
He gave you a very sleepy loving look and the two of you shared a moment together, still naked, and still twisted up into the sheets of his bed.
“I’d do this all day, but we probably should get going,” Kuroo finally said with a soft smile.
“Yeah,” you replied, “that’s if I can walk though.”
Kuroo rolled away from you, onto his back and did a twisted cat type stretch then got up and walked around to your side of the bed and scooped you out from under his covers.
“I don’t mind carrying you around today,” he said as he walked off to the bathroom with you bridal style in his arms.
“Can I at least put clothes on?” you asked.
“No. I like you with nothing on.”
Once back in your clothes, you helped Kuroo pack away the pancakes from last night- that were still sitting on the desk in the study, then headed for the front door.
“I’ll get my school clothes on, then be at school as soon as possible. Might be late,” you said, kissing him on the cheek before heading off down the path.
“See you there,” he called, watching you go with a smirk on his face.
“Who would have thought that I’d end up with such an amazing girl that started with her randomly taking my picture.”
“Late on a Monday?” M/F said as you came racing your behind her and caught her just at the school gates.
“Spent time with Kuroo on the weekend and kinda slept over. Did you know his hair is permanently like that?!”
“I’m sorry, what?” she replied with a chuckle, “I have no idea what you’re talking about but my mind is still stuck on the ‘kinda slept over’ part.”
“Yeah… well… we kinda hung out…”
“Ok. Hung out and then I slept over…” you said, trying to keep the smugness in your voice in check.
“Slept over,” she commented, emphasizing the ‘slept’ and hoping you would elaborate.
“Mmhmm,” you hummed, pressing your lips together firmly so that you could squash the giant grin that was threatening to take over your face.
“In his bed?”
“Well where else did you expect me to sleep?” you said in faux exasperation, “on the floor??”
She gave you a look, and you chuckled.
“Yeah, ok. We slept together… in his bed…”
“Clothes or no clothes?” she interrogated.
“What do you think?” you leered back.
“I knew it,” she whispered in a knowing tone, “boy, you two have been going at it like rabbits.”
“It’s been the second time. We’ve hardly been ‘going at it’,” you replied, halting the conversation as you got to the school gates.
“Well I’m just happy you two are getting along,” she said with a cheeky smile.
“Getting along is a massive understatement,” you replied with a laugh, “but I’m glad too. All thanks to me being an idiot and taking his picture randomly. You should try it some time. It worked for me.”
“Hard pass,” she chuckle, “but thanks.”
You grinned and said your goodbyes to her then headed for you locked and up to class.
Unsurprisingly, you did feel a little sore again from that Sunday’s romp. You weren’t sure if it was that tender feeling between your thighs that kept your mind there, but your thoughts that day were consumed by it, constantly revisiting parts of the memory and trying to recreating just how good it had felt at the time.
“Ugh. Why is he just so good at everything? I’m pretty damn lucky to have caught such a guy.” you thought as you sat through first class, idly flicked your pen in between your fingers.
The afternoon came and you met Kuroo at the school gates for the walk home.
“I feel like I haven’t seen you in ages,” you said with a grin as he approached you.
“Really? Because you’ve been on my mind all day,” he replied calmly, the way he just casually delivered the line made your heart skip multiple beats.
“I— yes, umm, me too… my mind has thought you… sorry, about you…”
“Did I break you?” he asked, giving you a smirk as he strolled beside you along the sidewalk.
“Shut up,” you snapped with playful embarrassment, “you just took me by surprise.”
He let an amused huff of air from his nostrils and kept pace with you.
“So. Dinner date tonight,” he commented.
“Shit! I completely forgot about that,” you said, “I’ve had other things on my mind…”
“Mmmhmm,” he hummed in a seductive voice, indicating that he also had other things on his mind as well.
“Ok. Ok. We need to focus,” you said cheekily, shoving him in the side, to which he smirked and stepped away a bit to keep his balance.
“I get to meet the infamous, Mrs Happy,” he replied with a cheeky grin.
“Ah yes. Actually she heard us talking the other day and she said she didn’t hate me. So that’s kinda nice.”
“That’s a start,” Kuroo said, “glad she didn’t take it the wrong way.”
“Same,” you said with a smile, “but like I said, I’m just happy that her and pa are getting along. As long as he is happy, I’m happy.”
Kuroo gave you a soft look and reached his arm around your shoulders.
“You’re a keeper,” he said in the most tender voice ever, the softness making you smile down at your feet as you walked.
“I just love pa,” you replied, “I want him to be happy.”
Once at your door, you said goodbye to Kuroo and entered, telling him you would see him soon as he had said he would go home and get chanced then come back to help you with pa.
“Hey pa, I’m home!” you called out as you walked inside.
“There’s my sweetpea!” he warbled back and you grinned.
“Ready for dinner?” you asked, finding him in the lounge room in his favorite chair.
“Been looking forward to it since you mentioned it,” he replied, “which was just now. I forgot. Golly, I need to get ready.”
You laughed and helped him up out of the chair.
“Has Mrs Happy gone home already? Or is she still here?” you asked, linking arms with him and walking him to his room.
“She’s already gone home, love,” he replied as he ambled beside you.