A violet grub lay sleeping in a human crib with a seahorse plush. Suddenly he burst awake and began crying.
“Did you have a nightmare?” you asked coming into the room. Little Eridan looked at you and continued bawling. A sigh escaped your lips. This grub had ended up on your doorstep the day before. There was a note attached to his forehead.
“Dear (Your name),
It Pains Me To Leave This Grub In Your Care. We Can’t Handle Him Right Now. I Do Hope You Can Forgive Us.
What you had assumed Karkat had somehow convinced Kanaya to give up on the newly wriggler. After one night you noticed why. He was overly clingy. Yes he was adorable but he seemed too desperate to be by your side.
Eridan was still crying ask you picked him up. “Please stop crying,” you pleaded. He kicked his tail up around your arm and sniffed. You picked up his plush and shook it in front of him. “Look at the toy,” he did. “Hiii, I’m your friend. Pleas