Happy Birthday to our cunning, sharp-witted, splendid Surina!
We love you and are so proud of the young lady you’re growing into. Never stop being you, for we cherish who you are immensely.
Mum, Dad, and sisters
Pictured: Hermione wipes away something from Severus’s face
Dad, were you crying in this picture?
I don’t kiss and tell, love.
Happy Birthday to our incredible, irreplaceable Hermione.
We love and adore you and everything you do for us every single day.
Severus and the girls
Pictured: The Snapes snuggle and embrace // Artist: Unknown
"A Sex Symbol?"
Summary: When word reaches Severus that he’s become the subject of fancy for a certain age group, the infamous, one-time Potions Master responds as only he can.
Yes, you read that title correctly.
A fun but thoughtful little one-shot about our dear Severus’s “appeal” to some of the girls’ peers. If only he could see in himself what we see…
Feedback is, as always, greatly appreciated.
Pictured: An emotional reunion between Hermione and Severus
I’d go to whatever lengths necessary for her. For my family.
Pictured: Severus and Hermione in an intimate moment // Artist: K-h
“He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”
― Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights
I love this quote from Miss Brontë. It speaks to me and my Severus on such a personal level.
Our souls are one. Most definitely.
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Pictured: Hailey Prince Snape // Photographer: Unknown
A beautiful past photograph of our dear Hailey, taken by her daddy. He really captured her endearing personality.
Pictured: Jeannie Molly Snape // Photographer: Unknown
Our happy-go-lucky littlest, Jeannie. Always inquisitive and curious.
Pictured: (L to R) Surina, Lily, and Hailey playing in the leaves // Photographer: Unknown
A happy memory from a past autumn in our family: the girls playing in the leaves. Severus and I were making them levitate and spin to entertain the girls.
Pictured: An intimate Hermione and Severus
I so enjoy snuggling against him.
When he’ll have me.
I always allow you, witch.
And I enjoy running my fingers through those wild curls.
Christopher Poindexter (via vacants)
This speaks to me and my husband, so I wanted to share it…
|Anonymous asked: Oh, belated happy birthday to Jeannie! :) Her birthday is the same date as my anniversary with my boyfriend. Hermione, I've never understood how second names work for British people. I live in the Philippines, see. Here, our parents' middle names (i.e., the maiden name of our grandma - for dad - and our mum's maiden surname) are never used as second names for children. But your kids are named Surina Granger and Hailey Prince. Don't Lily, Hailey & Jeannie have "Granger" as their middle name?|
Pictured: Severus in rare Muggle attire with Lily Eileen as a child (on Holy Island) // Artist: Unknown
No, Lily, Hailey and Jeannie do not have Granger as their middle names, the exception being, of course, Surina, which has nothing to do with tradition.
There is an entire section on our blog devoted to our girls here, which includes all of their middle names. (As you can see, Surina is the only daughter to carry my maiden name.) There is also a link available on that page that will take you to a more in depth explanation about our children’s names and how they were chosen. In addition, this information has been discussed at length in our Unquestionable Love series, so there’s plenty of reading material should you desire to know more about each of our girls’ names.
Thank you for your birthday wishes! We’ll pass them along to Jeannie; she’ll love to hear that.
I will never let you go
|Anonymous asked: Hello Snape family! My name is Hapy (unfortunately, I do not have a tumblr account). I am a huge fan of your series. Another person asked Severus how he felt about other women fancying him. Now I'm going to ask Hermione, how do you feel about other women fancying Severus (since Surina revealed that she knew of some who had a thing for her father)? Thank you for your response!|
Thank you for your kind owl!
Surina was referencing a few of her peers who, at one time, had crushes on Severus (or still do) when he was their professor. I have no aversion to innocent schoolgirl crushes. Having been a girl once myself, I shouldn’t!
Provided the fancying remains innocent on the part of adult women and schoolgirls alike, I have no objection to my brooding, handsome husband being the object of their fancies. Severus garners far more attention and double-takes from witches (and wizards!) than he realises. He’s shaking his head at me now, for he doesn’t believe me!
Furthermore, I’m secure enough in myself to not feel threatened by anyone else’s advances. I know that Severus would never stray. His heart belongs to only me. It took a great deal of care and earned trust for him to hand it over to me, and, now, it’s forever mine.
I do enjoy when my wife talks rather…possessively.
Oh, for goodness’s sake, I have not!