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12 September 2008 @ 02:30 pm
Author: [info]claudia_lexan
Fandom: Supernatural
Word Count: 2, 136
Rating: PG-13
Notes: Thank you to my beta Mago186.
Notes: Crossver with the movie junior
Notes: This is set around the time that Sam decided that Stanford was a good thing.
Disclaimer: These are not characters of my own creation
Summary: After a curse and a night of sex with his brother Dean falls pregnant. Only Sam doesn't remember that night or the curse

part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5 part 6 part 7 a

The amniocentesis test had only taken a few minutes.  Dean had moved off the bed and was now sitting on of the two chairs in the room.  The chair wasn’t as comfortable as the bed had been, but he was thankful for that.  Being slightly uncomfortable would mean there was less chance of him falling asleep.  The test had not been painful, as Doctor Heese had taken the necessary steps to make sure that he wouldn’t feel anything.  All throughout the test the doctor had explained each movement he made and its purpose.  Doctor Heese had taken the time to reassure the hunter that his baby would not feel a thing.  Despite the explanations and complete knowledge of the test, there were still questions he had to ask.


“How reliable is this test?”  Dean asked attempting to occupy his mind with something other than the two weeks he would have to wait for the test results.


“It is 99 percent reliable when identifying any chromosome abnormalities. On the very slim chance that your baby had an abnormality that would severely limit its quality of life, the option of abortion would be offered,” Doctor Heese explained.  He had chosen to emphasize the words “very slim” so Dean would not focus on the word abortion too much.


“The scans show that Bob is normal.  What are the chances that this test proves the scans are wrong?” 


“I can’t be sure until the final test results come back.  At the moment, everything is okay.”  Doctor Heese replied.


Dean wanted to tell the doctor that those words were not enough to calm his fears, but he didn’t.  He had other questions that he needed answers for; questions that would stop him from focusing on the test too much. “Despite being five months pregnant, I’m not getting a lot of sleep.  I have these odd bursts of energy where I can keep going for a few extra hours.”


With a small chuckle, Doctor Heese replied, “I was exactly the same while pregnant.  I later found out from a friend that it’s some sort of a nesting instinct.  You want your home to be neat and clean.  It got so bad for me that I was washing the walls.”


“Washing walls that is kind of freaky,” Dean said


“It was only Larry coming home early from work that stopped me from re-painting the ceiling.”  Doctor Heese replied.


“The only thing that I’ve been doing to excess is cleaning my guns,” Dean remarked casually.


“That’s the only thing you have been doing to excess?”  Doctor Heese asked.


“Well research, but that’s an important part of my job,” Dean explained.  He only saw the research as something that was required to ensure a successful hunt.  It didn’t even occur to him that he was picking up the slack that Sam had left behind by leaving.  “That can’t be a nesting instinct.”


“Why not?” Doctor Heese asked.  The nesting instinct was different for each mother to be.  He knew of one woman who re-built her entire house.


“Cleaning weapons and researching the paranormal creature I happen to be hunting has nothing to do with a nesting instinct,” Dean said.


“Maybe not, but it’s a part of your life that you can control.”  Doctor Heese replied.


Still unsure as to whether his actions could be seen as some kind of fucked up nesting instinct, he asked, “Is it normal to feel as if my feet are getting larger as the pregnancy progresses?”


“It’s fluid collecting in your feet.  You should keep your feet elevated as often as possible.  You need to relax, but since I know you won’t be doing that I recommend getting shoes that are half a size bigger,” Doctor Heese said.


“My feet are going to be screwed up until the kid is born?”  Dean asked.


“Yes, but you can make it better by trying to relax as much as possible.  Are there any questions that you want to ask me as someone who has been though a male pregnancy?”  


“It sounds stupid with the things I have seen and done but I have this fear of falling,” Dean said.


Dean, it’s not stupid. Nearly all pregnant men or women have that same fear.  I had that same fear of falling as well.  Your baby is well protected from the outside world.  It is protected by abdominal muscles, foetal membranes and amniotic fluid.  All of this protects your baby.  It would take a serious accident for anything to harm it.”  Doctor Heese explained.


“Is there anything I can do to help with the baby’s health?”  


“You need to have a good, healthy diet.  Junk food should be avoided.  Sometimes it is a good idea to take vitamins, especially designed for pregnant people, but it is not something you should do everyday,” Doctor Heese said.


“I can’t have bacon?”  Dean asked with a frown.


“You can have a small amount of bacon, but you can’t have too much.  Would you like to know the gender of your baby?”  Doctor Heese asked, in an attempt to distract the young man.


Dean wanted to tell Doctor Heese that yes, he wanted to know if his baby was a girl or boy, but he could utter those words.  Knowing the baby’s gender would give him even more reasons to make plans for the future.  “I want to wait until I get the test results back.”


“Waiting is okay.  I should warn you that while we have been in here talking Angela has been talking to Larry.”


With a tired smile, Dean simply asked, “What is Angela planning?”


“With Angela who knows,” Doctor Heese replied.



Angela watched as Dean walked towards her with Doctor Heese.  She instantly knew that her decision to convince Dean to come home with her was a good one.  Dean had dark circles under his eyes.  The sparkle that had been present in those eyes when she had met him was gone. 


Angela,” Dean said as he got closer to her.


Dean, you are coming home with me.  Larry is getting our spare bedroom ready for you.  We have a garage you can use for the Impala,” Angela informed the man.


“I’m staying at a motel,” Dean said.


Angela knew that Dean would come up with a reason not come home with her and she had planned for that.  “Dean, the kids are staying with their grandparents for a week.  We have a bed that is far more comfortable than a motel.  Would you deny Larry the chance to admire the Impala?” 


The very real prospect of a decent bed in a home with people he could trust did sound good.  Still, there was a part of him that couldn’t help but think there was a catch.  With that thought in mind, he asked, “What’s the catch?”


“It would be nice to have a conversation with a man about pregnancy and not have to change the subject,” Angela replied.


“You could talk to Doctor Heese,” Dean suggested.  He wasn’t going to give into Angela’s strong suggestion too easily.  He didn’t want Angela to think he was needy or desperate in any way.


“Alex had junior a little over ten years ago.  You are pregnant and that is something we could talk about.  It would be nice to just talk,” Angela said.


“I can only stay for three days,” Dean replied.


“Three days will just have to do,” Angela said with a smile.


On Sam’s small kitchen table sat two cups of coffee.  One cup was loaded with sugar and cream.  The other cup was just plain coffee.  One of the cups was for Dean and the other was for him.  He could tell himself that making two cups coffee had been a mistake but it would be a lie.  He had made the two cups of coffee in the small hope that Dean would be there to drink it.


He picked up the cup loaded with sugar and cream he was about to take a sip when something stopped him.  He didn’t want to type of coffee he usually drank.  He wanted the one he had made for Dean.  Placing his cup back on the table he picked up Dean’s and took a big mouthful.  The coffee was a lot bitterer than he was used to but, it made him feel closer to his brother.


The dream he had about a baby in a car seat was bothering him.  He knew that it meant something important that he should know about, but he couldn’t remember.  It also bothered him that he could make Dean a cup of coffee in the hopes that he would magically appear. 


Why was he having such weird dreams?  What was his subconscious trying to get him to remember?


Dean stared at the fruit juice and wrinkled his nose in disgust.  He wanted a black coffee not this healthy crap.  He knew that this was Angela’s way of trying to get him to drink and eat healthy things but he didn’t want to do it.  He didn’t care if he came across as childish he wanted a damn coffee.


Unable to stop herself from smiling, Angela recognized herself in Dean.  It was exactly how she had looked when told she could no longer have chocolate while pregnant.  “Dean it’s not a glass of nails.”


“Do I really have to drink this?”  He asked.


“It’s good for the baby.  You know that drinking all that coffee isn’t good,” Angela replied.


“I like coffee,” Dean mumbled, but he still drank half of the fruit juice.  Upon finding that he actually liked it, he finished of the rest.


“Have you talked to Sam about the baby?”  Angela asked.


“How can I tell Sam about Bob?  He doesn’t remember the relationship we had.  Telling Sam about Bob isn’t something I’m about to do.”  Dean said.  He wasn’t going to risk being rejected by Sam. 


“You are going to deny Sam the right to know his own child?”  Angela asked, shock plain to see on her face.


Eyes hardening at Angela’s suggestion he was denying Sam something he deserved, Dean said, “Sam worked so hard to get into college and I’m not about to take that away from him.  If you were in my situation, would you tell Sam about the baby?”


“Yes,” she quickly answered.


“Bullshit. I can’t allow Sam back into my life just because I’m having his baby.  I’m not going to put my heart on the line.” Dean silently cursed himself for being a weepy hormonal chick.


“It’s worth making the effort,” Angela said.


“Do you even know how hard it is to be a pregnant man and a hunter?  This pregnancy is unusual and virtually unheard of in both our worlds.  If hunters found out about this pregnancy, they would track me down and kill me.  They wouldn’t take the time to ask questions.  They would just assume I’m some demon’s bitch and take a huge amount of enjoyment in killing me,” Dean replied angrily.


Sam wouldn’t react in the same way,” Angela said gently.


“The first thing Sam would do is grab a shotgun and then he would tie me to a chair.  He would then perform an exorcism, attempting to get rid of a demon inside me I just don’t have.  Sam wouldn’t kill me, but what he would do is worse than death.”


Angela had known that Dean’s pregnancy would be fraught with danger, but she had not realized just how dangerous it would be.  She was now more concerned than she had been about Dean going back to his life as a hunter.  A very big part of her wanted to keep Dean safe by ensuring he stayed at the house for the rest of his pregnancy.  The more sensible and less emotional part of her knew that Dean would react badly to being confined to one place for so long.  “If by some small chance Sam remembers everything, promise me you tell him about the baby.”


“Promise,” Dean said quickly.


“How did the amniocentesis test go?”  Angela asked, knowing it was time to change the subject.


“Okay.  Doctor Heese explained what was happening as he performed the test.  He told me how reliable it is,” Dean replied.


“When do you get the results?”


“Doctor Heese has arranged another appointment for two weeks time.  I’ll get the results then.” 


“Would you like me to be with you at the next appointment?”  Angela asked.  She didn’t want Dean to be alone when he found out the test results.


“Yeah,” Dean said.  He wanted to tell Angela how grateful he was, but his throat had closed up with emotion.  Angela had offered to support him in a way that no person had ever done before.





Current Mood: pissed offpissed off
Current Music: Laugh I nearly died
Moonstone: coexistmoonstone1220 on September 13th, 2008 04:20 am (UTC)
Ohh poor Dean!
all alone , and Dad's being an ass!
Im glad Angela is there to help him.
claudia_lexanclaudia_lexan on September 13th, 2008 09:10 am (UTC)
John is only get so much more worse. The way he treats Dean doesn't improve over the next few chapters. Both Angela and the doctors are extremely protective of Dean. In a few chapters time they do meet John and it's not good
(Anonymous) on September 13th, 2008 07:18 am (UTC)
Oh, make Bob a girl! It would be so cute if it was a girl but for now Dean still called her Bob! And Sam needs to remember, soon!
claudia_lexan: pic#77186524claudia_lexan on September 13th, 2008 09:11 am (UTC)
I thought Dean calling the baby Bob, would be a lot better than calling a baby it. Sam will remember, but it's not going to be good.
yonkyuyonkyu on September 13th, 2008 09:27 pm (UTC)
Ok I am hooked very very very hooked. I love it so far. I feel so bad for Dean, having to go through this by himself. That just sucks. I hope Sam remembers and I hope things work out in the end for them both/ Nice work, keep it up!
claudia_lexan: pic#77186678claudia_lexan on September 15th, 2008 07:56 am (UTC)
Things will get better, but not before Dean has suffered a lot more
wicca_faith_fiwicca_faith_fi on September 14th, 2008 06:55 pm (UTC)
cool series so far - I'm really interested in reading more. x
claudia_lexanclaudia_lexan on September 15th, 2008 07:56 am (UTC)
Thank you, I have another 17 chapter written I just have to find the time to type them
I suffer from Kane-Carlson-Ackles-Padalecki-itisgilesgirl on September 16th, 2008 12:25 am (UTC)

I hope Sammy will remember his relationship with Dean BEFORE the baby comes!!!!!! :(

claudia_lexan: pic#77186524claudia_lexan on September 16th, 2008 07:07 am (UTC)
Sam will get his memories back, buit there is a catch. Just typing the next chapter, so hopefully it should be posted within a week
I suffer from Kane-Carlson-Ackles-Padalecki-itisgilesgirl on September 16th, 2008 10:33 pm (UTC)
Yay that he'll get his memories back, but AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! No catch! Catches are BADDD! :)
Misumako_pretty on September 19th, 2008 01:31 pm (UTC)
Poor Dean, this is a lot to have on one's plate! But at least he has Angela, she seems to be kind and supportive.
claudia_lexan: pic#57602945claudia_lexan on September 19th, 2008 01:49 pm (UTC)
I was originally going to make Angela more of a mother type figure, but changed my mind. What dean needs is a good friend he can talk to.
Misumako_pretty on September 19th, 2008 02:03 pm (UTC)
I think you made a good choice.