ohhhh thats so adorable
Author's Response: Thanks.
I agree with inspirations,they might've been too old,but this was written believably.
PLEASE ADD MORE!!!*puppy dog face*
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and the review. :) Right now, I'll not make it a chaptered. I'm bugged by other plot bunnies. <.< lol
Hey, my dear Bine,
What a charming snippet of Hagrid and Madam Maxime you've chosen to give us here!
Oh, when I read the 'Wiener Waltz', I thought it was a typo, and that you meant Wagner instead. But do you mean Strauss the Younger's Wienerwald? It might be better to revert to that, so as not to confuse non-musical readers with frankfurters. *giggles*
Your Hagrid is so accurate in his bumbling, nervous panic, hesitation and meekness before both Olympe and her situation and then Ginny's irritation. Our favorite half-giant is so rarely given his dues in fan fiction. You did him well, hon. I could almost see him smiling at that dream and then losing all ruddiness when it finally got through to him, the urgency of the continuation of his dream of love. Aww. Good job, hon. You have captured him well.
"Exhausted from worrying so much, Hagrid tiredly sank onto the sofa again and hid his face in his hands. ‘I’m gonna to be a ‘orrible dad,’ he said after some minutes of silence. His shoulders sagged and he looked really despaired. He even started to cry."
As a more ideal ending, you can settle this emotional peak. Let Rubeus be assured and comforted by the sheer miracle of his little Rubia. ^_^
PS: And I must say, that's a very beautiful name for Hagrid and Olympe's daughter!
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your lovely review, Joanna. Rubia I came up with as a deflection of Rubeus - great to know you liked the name.
Hee, yes, I meant the Wienerwald of Strauss the Younger. I probably just translated it from German to English and this incorrectly... I'll change it. Thanks for picking that up.
And for your suggestion for a more ideal ending: I might make a second chapter one day. I just got inspired and have to collect some more ideas. And who knows? Maybe it'll become a chaptered fic one day. But not right now. Too busy at the moment.
Again thank you for reviewing.
~Bine (who's author's response is nearly as long as Joanna's review >.>)
So sweet! I love Hagrid, and I think you got him spot on, the way he got in a panic and all.
I think Hagrid and Madame Maxime are probably a bit old to have a baby (they must be about 70), but for the purpose of the story it works really well.
It flows a bit fast in places, but I don't think that matters too much. Great story. :)
Author's Response: Thank you.
Oh, this is so sweet! I love it!
Author's Response: Thanks, my dear. Your reviews brighten my day.
This was great. You made the whole situation really believable. :) Poor Olympe.
Author's Response: Thank you for the nice comment.
It's nice to have a touching Hagrid story and not a silly one. I love this. I did laugh when Ginny and Molly turned up to find then men both asleep- as if they'd done all the work!
Author's Response: lol And it's great to know that my Hagrid is touching and not silly. Thanks for reading and reviewing, Carole.