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Realistic or Modern ˗ˏˋ 𝘪𝘵’𝘴 𝘰𝘬𝘢𝘺 𝘵𝘰 𝘣𝘦 𝘰𝘬𝘢𝘺

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it's o k a y to be OKAY
a one x one between weldherwings and constellation. child care educator x single dad trigger warnings maternal death, miscarriage, grieving over lost ones, depression
˗,ˋ the plot
He's that helicopter dad everyone hates. Yeon Jun-Seok is a twenty-eight-year-old physiotherapist, returning back to work after the birth of his daughter, So-Min. This is the six-month-old's first time ever being away from her father, and Jun-Seok feels anxious about leaving her in the hands of strangers at a local daycare centre. And so, he's that parent who constantly rings to see if she's okay, labels everything, has a communication booklet in her bag which he wants to be filled out every day, asks for her jumper, socks and shoes remain on so she doesn't get sick and so on, so forth. He's that parent that when you see the child's name on the roll, you shudder at the thought of having to interact with him. However, within the first few weeks of attending the daycare, So-Min grows attached to a primary childcare educator within her room. So much so that Jun-Seok eventually begins to change his work schedule to match up with the educator's as So-Min screams at drop off when she's not there. Everyone thinks he's a complete snob and jerk (but adore So-Min and her adorable ways), and always bitch about him behind his back once he's dropped So-Min off. However, So-Min's favourite educator begins to see that Jun-Seok is just a single dad trying his hardest to get back on his feet after becoming a single parent overnight.

˗,ˋ yeon jun-seok
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Name.
Yeon Jun-Seok, known as Jun
Age.
28
Birthday.
14th February
Gender.
Male
Race.
Korean
Sexuality.
Demisexual
Love language.
Physical Touch + Quality time
Occupation.
Outpatient physiotherapist
Place of Birth.
Jeju Island, South Korea

˗,ˋ ava beeson
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Name.
Ava Beeson
Age.
24
Birthday.
6th January
Gender.
Female
Race.
Australian
Sexuality.
Heterosexual
Love language.
Words of Affirmation + Quality time
Occupation.
Child care educator
Place of Birth.
Bunbury, Western Australia
 
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weldherwings

♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ yeon jun-seok
He had been counting down the minutes. He just wanted to pick up his baby daughter and spend the weekend with her. Yeon Jun-Seok was a man of professionalism. He loved his job and he loved how his research was helping those with chronic illnesses and helping to make the world a better place. But it was also the first week back at work since his daughter, So-Min, had entered the world. In fact,… it had been the first week back at work since his wife had died too. Now, for obvious reasons, he was very anxious about leaving So-Min’s side. For the last six months, she was by his side constantly. She ate, played, bathed and even slept with her Appa by her side. But when the hospital rang him up and announced to him that he would have to return to work, or they would have to give his position to someone else, he had to go back. Which was fair enough. However, if he gave up his position, he gave up his Visa. Which also meant he would have to move back to Korea with So-Min in which they were in no financial situation to do so. Therefore, he was stuck. He had to return regardless. Which meant So-Min had to start full-time day-care. Now, Jun wasn’t just going to let any idiot look after his precious daughter. He visited many home day-cares, met with many nannies, and had a stupid amount of orientations at different local day-care centres. But none of them stood out to him. None of them made him feel reassured that his daughter would be safe and happy. Maybe he was just trying to find the holes in the services, so he had a reason not to return to work. But you know… money. So… He had to go. Eventually, he found a place that he was happy with. Paisley Parks Early Learning Centre. He had been impressed by the fact that they had chickens and a vegetable garden which the children were encouraged to help with its growth. I mean, he was a farm boy at heart. Anything that connected to his past made him happy. So-Min seemed to… somewhat enjoy her time there, I suppose. Drop-offs were always hard. So-Min would scream when he left and he felt like his heart was ripping into two. Practically every day this week he had handed her over to the arms of an educator, only to pull her back for another cuddle as he couldn’t bear the thought of leaving her while she was screaming and crying. And every morning, it was the same routine. The same educator telling him that she’d give her a cuddle and that he was welcome to call as much as he wanted throughout the day. They also reminded him of the app on his phone in which he could receive images and information about So-Min’s day like how much she ate, how long she slept and her nappy changes. He called maybe… three or four times a day. Because, you know, that wasn’t excessive at all, was it? He just wanted to make sure that she was happy and safe. But… he still wasn’t completely sold on the place. He saw the way she screamed and cried every morning. And it broke his heart every time. Which was why he decided to change his shifts for the time being which meant he dropped her off at eight-thirty in the morning – just in time for morning tea - and picked her up just after afternoon tea at two-thirty. So, it was only a short day and he hoped his pride and joy didn’t miss him too much. Jun climbed out of his car, locking in the process, before making his way towards the front door. He caught his reflection, noting to himself that he was going to have to do some shopping over the weekend for more work clothes as he spotted a slight drool mark on his sleeve. Oh man, had he gone the whole day with it there? He had to wear button-up shirt attire for the hospital and he found that having a baby meant that she liked to drool on his shoulders whilst he held her. Releasing a sigh, he walked up to the locked door and pressed in the code in which he had been taught on his first day of dropping off So-Min. He nodded a hello to the centre director in her office, praying that she wasn’t going to come out and talk to him because Lord knows he had no idea what she was saying half the time due to her strong Irish accent. And then finally, he reached the Nursery room. He looked through the window looking into the room and began to gaze around to see if So-Min was in view. And there she was. Having tummy time with a couple of sensory bottles in front of her, with a giant smile on her face. Okay… she seemed okay today… And the pictures and videos he was sent today… they were cute. Slowly, he dragged his eyes away from the window and make his way towards the door. As he entered the room, he quietly made his way over to where the bags were kept, his eyes travelling to try and find So-Min’s bag. They must’ve moved it since this morning because… well… it wasn’t where he left it. Well, great. Just fabulous. --- @constellation
MOOD
thank god for the weekend
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
 

constellation

a star
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˗ˏˋ ava beeson
The week had passed rather fast for Ava, though that was no surprise to her. Spending her weekdays at the day-care centre, despite how stressful, was a joy for her. With her school assignments on the side, some days were harder than the other but luckily, this week seemed to be going surprisingly good. She counted six days since one of the little munchkins she looked after threw up all over her front, reminding her once again that it was a blessing having a spare set of clothing at the day-care centre. When she first started, she didn’t realise just how messy of a job it would be, though a little baby vomit didn’t scare her off and frankly the more she spent time with babies, the more she enjoyed it and learned. They had a new addition at Paisley Park, a sweet six month old baby known as So-Min, the first Korean baby to join them and one of the youngest. Though Ava had not met her father, the woman had heard plenty about him from the others, enough to know that Yeon Jun-Seok was an incredibly peculiar man. Trish simply described the man as “stush and rude”, but Ava originally thought that the blonde was exaggerating, until the others agreed with her, though Ava couldn’t say anything herself as she was working late shifts that week and wouldn’t be meeting him until she was on morning shifts. It didn’t help that every time she’d go off to have her lunch breaks, she’s come back and So-Min was already gone before she could even say bye. He couldn’t be that bad though, right? He seemed like any other protective parent, and it had only been a full week since So-Min started day-care. Ava did her best to keep the man updated – posting pictures and videos every time So-Min was fed, when she slept or played, hoping that if he saw that she was happy and in good care, then it would give him some peace. The last thing any of them needed was an upset or frustrated parent. She figured Jun-Seok already had his doubts about the place with his constant calling, and from what she’d heard was that he wasn’t very fond of the staff with his “pretentious attitude” and because of that, the girls ranked So-Min rather low based on the cutest baby in the nursery room. Harsh, but Ava couldn’t agree – she thought So-Min was incredibly adorable, and it was unfair that she was being punished because the girls thought her father was a complete ass. Ava finished her lunch earlier than usual today when she’d been requested by Irene to use her baby magic to put one of the babies to sleep. Oliver had just turned eleven months recently, and he was a slow-learner compared to the rest, he still had yet to take his first few steps, though was able to crawl around the nursery on his little chubby hands and knees. Although he was a generally happy baby when it came to playing and eating, Oli could only ever fall asleep when Ava was around and if they were lucky, he’d find himself eventually dosing off to a lullaby. But today was not one of those days. So, here she was, cradling a sleeping Oli in her arms and rocking him gently side to side, a pacifier in his mouth to help the uncomfortable pain of teething. Though just at this very moment, something – or someone, caught Ava’s attention as the discrete man made his way over to where they kept the baby bags. Ava had never seen this man before, but assumed he was a parent of one of the little ones as he looked around the place, searching for what she guessed was his baby’s bag. Strange man, she thought. Glancing down at the peaceful little boy, Ava finally decided it was time put him down in his crib but before she could go and do just that, Irene found herself making her way over. Her arms were crossed, and she didn’t look too happy. “I really don’t mean to be a bother, but can you go and deal with that man?” Her voice came out in a whisper, to not disturb Oli, a pleading look plastered on her face. Ava was a little surprised, simply because Irene loved dealing with the parents, especially the father’s, but she didn’t mind doing it. Maybe Irene didn’t think he was her cup of tea, or simply yet, he could be married. Who was she kidding? Married or not – Irene did not care. Simply nodding her head, Ava successfully handed over the little boy to Irene without waking him up. ”Yeah, sure. It’s no problem,” she gave the elder woman a smile once more, before Irene walked off, after thanking Ava, of course. And with that, Ava began making her way over to the man, giving the babies in the room one more look, just in case. She brought her attention back to Jun-Seok, a simple smile on her face. ”Hi there, I don’t think we’ve met before – I’m Ava.” He seemed like the type of man that shook hands, she thought, as she brought out her right hand to politely shake his. It was important for her to give the parent's a good impression of the staff. ”Are you here to pick one of the kids up?”
MOOD
cool, calm + collected
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work outfit
 
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weldherwings

♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ yeon jun-seok
His dark eyes continued to travel across the hooks, in search for So-Min’s nappy bag. Jun could start to feel the anxiety beginning to build up in his chest as thoughts of the bag being lost or broken or someone else taking it home flooded in his mind. Surely, if someone took it home with them by accident they would’ve brought it straight back. Every little thing in the damn bag had been properly labelled with So-Min’s name on it. Her clothes, bottles, nappies, wipes, creams – everything in there had a durable sticker with the name “So-Min Yeon” attached to it. No one would be that dull and stupid to take it home and think it was theirs. Unless… they had intentionally gone out of their way to steal it. Well, that just sent Jun another wave of anxiety. Not because it meant that he would have to go and get a new one. But rather the emotions and memories attached to the said bag. He could remember the day he and So-Jin went out looking for baby items. They went to Baby Bunting and So-Jin gushed over all the little clothes and the items that they needed for their bundle of joy. Jun just pondered along behind, completely out of his element and beginning to realise just how expensive it was to actually have a baby. They approached the nappy bag section and So-Jin found the one she adored. She began to sell it to Jun about how it was designed to look like a backpack, but it had a cooling system in it for bottles and how the side pockets were designed for baby wipes. And then he saw the price tag on it. Well, he had half a mind to drag them out of there and simply go to Kmart to buy a $20 backpack. But the look she gave him – that damn cute, aegyo pout… and she began to call him Oppa. Dammit, she knew how to make him melt like butter. He finally gave up and told her to get whatever her heart desired because, to be completely honest, he would do anything just to see that beautiful smile of hers. Jun was brought back to reality as he heard a voice that seemed to be directed at him. He turned and saw an educator before him. Well, he had never seen her before. Maybe on the educator board, but not in person. As she brought her hand out, Jun automatically brought his own hand out and shook hers with a small head bow in process and his other hand touching his elbow. You could take the boy out of Korea, but not Korea out of the boy. “Jun-Seok” he simply said to introduce himself. However, as he dropped his hands by his side and heard her next question, he had to just… well, he looked at her like she was a complete idiot. From his understanding and what he saw from the daily pictures, So-Min was their only Asian baby in the service. And so, a small frown came to his face and his mouth slightly hung as he looked at this female before him as if she had lost too many brain cells from being around babies all day. “I’m… here to pick up the only Asian child you have…” he said slowly, gesturing his hand towards So-Min who was on the carpeted area doing her tummy time. Out of the corner of his eye, he saw the said faux leather nappy bag which he had been on the search for. He turned and stretched out to grab it – automatically opening it up to see if everything was inside. Well, no. Not everything was inside. “Bottles?” he asked, lazily gazing up from the bag to Ava with a slightly unimpressed complexion. “And hat?Geeze. I pay $130 a day for this sort of service, he thought to himself. Maybe I should’ve just quit my job and move back home. Umma and Appa wouldn’t have minded helping pitch in some money.
MOOD
wtf happened to her braincells
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
 

constellation

a star
Helper
˗ˏˋ ava beeson
For a moment, Ava felt like the biggest idiot on the planet. Of course, they only had one Asian baby in the room, but she couldn’t have just jumped to the conclusion and assumed that So-Min was his daughter. Otherwise, he probably would have given her hell for thinking that there was no chance an Asian man could have conceived with a woman of different colour and race. Honestly, she wanted to face palm herself right then and there – Jun-seok made her feel so stupid. And the only thing she could do about it was let out a small embarrassed laugh as she gave So-Min one small glance once the man gestured towards her. So, he was her father. How could a precious little thing come out of a man like this? Just as the woman opened her mouth to speak, probably to apologise, he beat her to it and began demanding where his baby’s items were. Ava stood there, a little dumbfounded, because this man was like no father she’d met before and she suddenly found it really hard to act civil with him. The unimpressed look on his face made her want to go off at the man and teach him a small lesson about manners, but no, Ava remained silent and could only stick to being professional. She was definitely going to go off at Irene for letting her handle this jerk face; she knew exactly why now the others weren’t fond of the man. But suck it up Ava, he’s a customer, put your nice face on and get it done and over with. So, she forced a smile on her face, and nodded her head. ”Of course,” she began, ”I’ll grab her things right away.” The moment she turned around to walk off, her smile dropped and she honestly could not help rolling her eyes. That was a first. Ava was usually so good with parents, just like any of them, they were practically trained professionals for this kind of situation but Jun-Seok was just making things awfully terrible. It’s like he didn’t believe that they could do their job. Ava hurried to grab the little girl’s baby bottles from their heavy duty dishwasher, double checking that they were actually clean, because she was sure that Jun-Seok would flip at the littlest dirt on them. But yet again, why would she even doubt a dishwasher from doing its job? That thought made her chortle, because she could totally relate right now. No time for giggles Ava, impatient man awaiting. She didn’t want to make Jun-Seok wait any longer than he had to – he’d probably throw her a comment on how slow she was being. Ava made her way back to Jun-Seok, and along the way, she grabbed So-Min’s little woolly hat. So cute. ”Okay. Bottles, hat.” Check, check. She handed the man So-Min’s belongings, almost as though she was in a hurry, but really she just didn’t want to disappoint. ”I’ll grab So-Min now!” Ava quickly added, almost not giving the man a chance to react before she once again, turned around and trotted over to the little baby. So-Min looked like she was having a great time with the sensory bottles, cooing away, and for a moment Ava didn’t want to take her away from them, but she could just see Jun-Seok’s annoyed glare in her mind, and God, it was mortifying. ”Hi there, little angel.” Ava spoke gently as she kneeled down to the floor, and seeing So-Min waving her arms smoothly and smiling at her familiar voice made her instantly forget about Jun-Seok, and let’s not forget, her heart melted at the bundle of cuteness. ”Daddy’s here, it’s time to get you home.” With that, she gently began to lift So-Min off the floor, placing her on her hip – one arm supporting her bottom and her free hand supporting her head, just in case. Ava headed back to Jun-Seok, a smile still plastered on her face. No impatient, rude AND annoying man can kill her mood now.
MOOD
shoot me in the brains already
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work outfit
 
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weldherwings

♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ yeon jun-seok
As Ava walked off to get the said items, Jun continued to search through the bag to ensure that everything was in there. Was it so wrong that he was so particular? That he wanted everything to be absolutely perfect for his daughter so she wouldn’t get sick or that they wouldn’t lose items in which he had spent his hard-earned cash on? From what he could see, there was nothing missing from the bag. So-Min didn’t have a dummy or a comforter. She didn’t have a sleeping bag either. The only things he needed to collect were her bottles and hats. A quick glance over to his daughter made him see that she already had her socks on and the clothes which she wore this morning when he dropped her off. That’s good – she wasn’t cold today. Nothing of hers was missing. Hearing Ava’s voice, Jun turned to see the female approaching with the said bottles and hat in her hand, announcing that she had them. He took them off her hands and began to place them into the nappy bag as Ava informed him that she was going to go and get So-Min for him. He nodded to her, not even taking the time of day to thank her. I mean, this was her job. You'd think he was regularly thanked at the hospital for doing his job? Of course, he wasn’t. He was getting paid to help people through their rehabilitation. All he got was a ‘hello’, ‘I need more pain medications’ and a ‘goodbye’ if he was lucky. Jun placed the items into the bag and zipped it up before beginning to sling it over his shoulders to carry it. He paused, however, for a moment as he heard Ava’s voice. Calling So-min an angel. With a curious gaze, Jun’s dark eyes travelled over to where So-Min was lying on the floor and he could… he could see the smile on So-Min’s face. The little baby cooing as she excitedly exchanged glances with the educator before her. That… that wasn’t like drop-offs. At the drop-offs, So-Min saw one educator and she was screaming like someone was trying to kill her. So, of course, Jun couldn’t help but watch in slight awe as the educator before she picked up his daughter and carried her over to him. The way she was carrying her with such care… The way So-Min wasn’t screaming in her arms…. Well, that was different. “So-Min-ah. Appa is here” he said to the baby in Korean, placing his hand lightly on the child’s back. So-Min turned to look at him, giving him a cheeky smile and coo before she buried her head back into the nook of Ava’s neck. Well, this was a turn of events. Jun curiously gazed between the baby and Ava, and back again to So-Min. What did they do to her to make her act this way? Why was she getting all cuddly with this educator? Jun narrowed his eyes slightly as thoughts and theories began to run through his head. They… they didn’t drug her up or something, did they? Because this was not the same baby he had dropped off this morning. “So-Min-ah,” he tried again, putting his hands up to indicate for the baby to put her own arms out so he could catch onto her. “Appa is here. Time to go home for dinner and a bath with Appa.” And yet, the baby wouldn’t budge. What the frick was going on. Jun gazed back up at Ava with a defeated look upon his face. “I think I’m going to have to grab her from you…” he said, pressing his lips together in dismay. He knew what this meant. So-Min was probably going to scream the house down. It was like role reversal. Instead of her screaming at drop-offs, she was going to scream at pick up. Man, he just couldn’t win, could he?
MOOD
thnx somin. feeling the love
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
 

constellation

a star
Helper
˗ˏˋ ava beeson
As Ava reached the waiting Jun-Seok with little So-Min in her arms, she watched between the two as what she assumed was him attempting to call her towards him in Korean, though the more he tried, the more she became adamant on staying put. Ava couldn’t help but feel just slightly chuffed when the baby didn’t respond to her father’s requests, but she kept it from showing on her face. Her heart melted at how cute So-Min was acting, burying her small head into her own neck and cooing away, and Ava couldn’t hide the smile on her face because when a baby chose you over somebody else, it felt amazing. If she could keep the baby for longer, then she totally would. The look on Jun-Seok’s face when he realised that he’d have to forcefully take So-Min away from Ava made her feel bad for the man – first, he just got rejected from his own daughter and second, Ava knew that So-Min wasn’t going to like what was coming for her with the way that she was acting right now – she seemed comfy and happy with Ava. She was definitely a stubborn one from what Ava had learned spending a couple hours every day with her, but her cuteness made up for it and she managed to deal with it. Maybe that was why So-Min was slowly taking a liking towards her and it seemed like Jun-Seok was surprised that she was. ”It’s time to go to daddy now, So-Minnie.” With that, Ava aided the man when he began to take So-Min from her arms, and the moment the baby girl realised what was going on, her cheeky smile dropped instantly and this was no longer a funny game for her. Lip trembling, eyes watering and her brows furrowing, all hell broke loose. She began to cry and scream her lungs off, her arms flailing in the air frantically when she was taken away from Ava’s arms. For a moment, Ava just wanted to take So-Min back into her arms and rock her sadness away, but she knew she couldn’t with her father ready to take her home and she simply couldn’t bring it in herself to taunt the man for being such a jerk before, because now he had to deal with a crying baby. This was a first for both of them because Ava was usually on her lunch break when So-Min went home. Ava wanted to do as much she could to help, and she tried to soothe upset So-Min before she left by rubbing her little back as she continued to cry into her father’s shoulder, snot forming at her baby nose. She was still somehow cute even while crying. ”Ahh there, there, it’s okay. Daddy is with you now,” Ava murmured softly to the little baby in attempt to soothe her whilst ignoring Jun-Seok’s face at the same time. He’s probably going to blame her for making So-Min cry now. Who knows? But she didn’t want to find out what was running through that crazy man’s mind.
MOOD
i would cry too tbh
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work outfit
 
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weldherwings

♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ yeon jun-seok
Jun was completely dumbfounded. Never had ever witnessed his daughter act in this way. The only time she ever pined for another was… well, with him. She was acting the way she would normally act when he left her in the morning. So, why was she now all the sudden so upset to come home with him? Every other day she’d throw herself at him practically, eager to get home. But as he took hold of her tiny body and held her close to him, she wasn’t having a bar of it today. She shoved her head into the nook of his neck, kicking and crying. Oh man, he could already feel the dampness of boogies and tears on his work shirt already. As Ava attempted to soothe So-Min by rubbing her back and murmuring to her softly, Jun gazed at the female, watching her closely as she interacted with his daughter. What made her so special that So-Min acted this way? What was this feeling that he was feeling in his core? Was it… jealousy? Well, considering he had just spent the last 6 months with only his daughter, not even attempting to make friends or to join any mothers groups, So-Min had been his life. She was with him twenty-four-seven. And now for someone else to come and all the sudden… So-Min loves her so much that she cries at pick up? It puzzled Jun. And the stubbornness in him (which he also knew So-Min had his stubborn trait) wanted So-Min to only want him. To only cry for him. It baffled him to see So-Min act this way, especially as she then began to lean over towards Ava once more. Jun’s eyes widened as he planted his hand on So-Min’s back to pull her reach away from Ava. “So-Min-Ah. It’s home time now. Time to come home with Appa for dinner. We need to goodbye” he said to her in Korean. His voice sounded stern and he didn’t even think twice how it might’ve sounded to someone who didn’t speak Korean. His sentence caused So-Min to cry even louder if that was possible and arch her back as she attempted to escape from her father’s grasps. Jun’s eyes widened with shock at his daughter’s behaviour. Well, now, this was a first. He could feel his face burning from embarrassment. Really So-Min, he thought to himself, are you going to end up being one of these stubborn babies that always get what they want? He frowned at the thought, shifting his daughter in his arms so she wasn’t arching her back anymore. Planting a hand on the back of her head so she could continue her crying in the crook of his neck once more, he gazed over at Ava and gave her a small head bow. “Thank you. I’ll see you next week” he murmured to her before turning his heels and making his way out of the room. All the while So-Min continuing to scream. “So-Min-ah,” he continued to murmur to her softly with authority in his voice. “No more now. Come on. We will be back next week. You can play with your teacher then” He reached for the door handle and exited the room, not without a glance over to Ava. It was hurting his heart to see So-Min cry. When she was a newborn, he spent many nights feeling like he was going to have a mental break down. She always cried and he never seemed to have any idea to what she was crying about. He was thankful that when he had to fly over to Korea for his wife’s funeral that his parents had been extremely helpful. So-Jin’s mother died when she was five, and her father passed away when she was twenty. Therefore, Jun only had his parents to fall back on when it came to So-Min. They taught him how to care for a baby by himself properly and even brought an abundance of clothing for her. To be honest, he’d be completely lost without them.
MOOD
wtf love me so-min ya jerk
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
 

weldherwings

♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ bec greaves
The young blonde female made her way down the corridor, heading towards the Nursery room. The nineteen-year-old had a joyful step to her walk as she knew that she’d be able to go into the room and spend time talking to Ava – wait, sorry. Working with Ava. Bec had been pulled into the office a couple of times over the last few months for being too chummy in the rooms and just hanging out instead of working. She had a sneaky suspicion that Trish the bitch had been the one to snoop in and tell their boss. I mean, she worked when she was with Ava. Granted, they talked. But Ava always made sure that they stayed on track with their responsibilities. She was great like that. In fact, Ava was probably only one out of all these bitches that worked here – and that included Ryan who seemed to be the biggest bitch out of them all sometimes. As she approached the Nursery room door, Bec noticed a familiar male exiting the room with a child that looked like she needed an exorcism as she screamed and wailed in his arms. She could see as the child lifted her head and allowed the booger trail from his shoulder to her nose continue to drip. Oh my god, she was going to be sick. This was why she worked in the Pre School room, not the Nursery room full time. At least in the Pre School room, the children were able to wipe their own noses and assholes. Wiping noses and changing nappies all day? Haha, no thank you. As the baby continued to scream, she could tell that her father was having a hard time holding onto her. Oh – the front door! Quickly, Bec walked over to the front door and pushed it open for him. The father made his way over, giving her subtle head bow before walking through the doorway and into the carpark. Without even a thank you. “Fucking asshole,” she muttered to herself, allowing the door to slowly self-close. “At least a thank you would’ve been nice.” She continued to grumble before making her way back towards the Nursery door. Man, that dad had left her feeling sour. Even the look on his face. She wanted to smack it right off of him and tell him to freaking smile. Rolling her eyes at the thought of the older male, she opened up the door and made her way in. “Your favourite educator is back for business babies!” she called out as she entered, closing the door behind her. She then gazed over at Irene, who had been on the morning shift today. “Irene, I’m covering you to go home now!” she smiled widely, making her way over to Ashton, one of the babies who had taken a liking to her and had his arms stretched out for a cuddle. Lifting up the boy, she threw him up in the air before swinging him between her legs. The little boy cooed and giggled before she held him on her hip and looked over at Ava. “I tell you what. Someone needs to tell that jerk to learn some manners.” She grumbled to her work-place friend. “I opened up the door for him while his child was screaming like a banshee and he barely even acknowledge me. Is that the jerk dad that everyone keeps talking about in the staff room?”
MOOD
let me tell u about dis bitch i just saw
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work uniform
 
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˗ˏˋ ava beeson
Ava had to admit that she was a little surprised with the way that So-Min was acting. Yes, she may have not been the first baby to cry during pick-up with any of the educators, but it was definitely the first time So-Min reacted this way when it came to leaving Ava. That meant she must have taken a very big liking to her, which was a good thing but not for Jun-Seok. For some reason, he didn’t appreciate that So-Min enjoyed being with Ava and it was obvious with the way he stared at the woman and hugged the little baby to himself – almost like he wanted to keep her to himself only. Ava couldn’t do much about it, really, but respect it. She was his baby daughter after all, so being protective over her was normal but it’s not like she going to kidnap the baby. Before Ava could bid the man and baby goodbye, Jun-Seok was already making his way towards the exit of the nursery room, without one look at her. ”Bye then…” the woman quietly mumbled under her voice, shrugging her shoulders slightly. What a strange man. It seemed like there was more to the situation than Ava thought when Jun-Seok suddenly turned all sensitive on her. She worried a little for So-Min, wondering if the baby was being looked after properly. If Ava was being honest, Jun-Seok didn’t seem like he was a people’s person considering how he treated her and frankly, she wasn’t sure whether he looked and cared after So-Min properly when he was speaking to her in a completely different language. Though Ava didn’t want to overlook anything, and figured that overtime, maybe Jun-Seok would eventually warm up to them. Her thoughts were soon interrupted when an enthusiastic Bec walked into the room, making an entrance, as per usual. ”Hey Bec,” With that, Ava brought her focus back on making sure that everything was safe and sound in the nursery room by tidying up some of the toys that So-Min had previously been playing with. Whilst doing that, Ava also wished goodbye to Irene before she finished her shift and left the building. When Bec began to rant on about Jun-Seok, Ava couldn’t help but let out a small laugh at her fierce attitude. ”That is the jerk dad, yes.” She responded, glancing over at the young blonde. Ava wasn’t usually one to gossip about the parents, but when the others did it, she couldn’t help but get involved. Especially when it was one of the main topics they spoke about and Jun-Seok really got on her nerves. ”Poor So-Min. She was crying because she didn’t want to leave and her dad got really sensitive about it. It’s like he doesn’t trust us to look after his baby.” A small sigh escaped her lips when she finished her sentence. Here she was again, worrying about them. Ava was all for making sure that the parent was satisfied with the care they provided their child at Paisley, but Jun-Seok was just on another level. Maybe she was just being incredibly nosy and overthinking the situation. Finishing tidying up the toys, Ava finally decided on changing the topic as she pulled her full attention towards Bec. ”So, are you still up for coming over this weekend for that study session?” She asked her.
MOOD
what a loooong day, thank u jun-seok
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work outfit
 

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♔ 𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔰𝔱 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔫 ♔
˗ˏˋ bec greaves
Oh, a bitch session. This was what she craved for. Not a bitch session about people they worked with, but about the parents. They were always golden. And yes, there was a huge difference between bitching about parents and about staff because when you bitch about staff, everyone talks about it and it lands you in the office with a written warning. At least when you bitch about parents, the only bad thing that could happen is they will pull their kid out the service. Which, half of the time, is a great thing because either the parent is a bitch or the kid is being a little shit. Either way, it was a win-win situation. This time, they were discussing Jun. The parent. The bitch. Bec frowned as Ava expressed her concern over the daughter and father combo. “To be honest, I don’t blame her for crying. That guy looks like he has his head so far up his asshole that he could probably see the empty space that his heart is meant to be.” She grumbled, swaying the baby in her arms side to side, causing him to coo. Oh, she wanted to complain more about Jun. What else was there to complain about? Well, just before was the first interaction she had had with him since So-Min had started, so she couldn’t speak from experience. But the other staff members talked about how demanding he was and a complete perfectionist. Yeah. Let’s put down all the perfectionists of this world! The blonde girl went to open her mouth to continue complaining when Ava decided to change the conversation. Ah, what a bummer. It’s okay. Shake it off. We’ll get back to complaining about him sooner or later. The anger will bubble in Ava and she’ll burst it out, she thought to herself with a devilish smirk. “Yeah, I’m really keen. Meeting at yours around like… lunchtime? I’ll pick up Maccas on the way so text me your order tomorrow morning. It’s my payment to you for helping me with these stupid questions I have left in my book” she smiled widely, wagging her brows at the mention of doing a sneaky trip to McDonald's for lunch. Once again, she was going to speak – and then she was rudely interrupted again. People just didn’t want her to speak today, did they? This time, it was the room’s phone that stopped her from speaking. Quickly, she made her way over to the phone to see it was the office trying to intercom them. She picked up the phone with a “Hello, it’s Bec” before a frown fell onto her face. And her face gradually became sourer as their boss spoke to her. After a few moments of being spoken to, Bec finally responded with a grave “Okay…” before hanging up the phone and looking at Ava with disgust on her face. “Your father of the year hasn’t been singing So-Min in or out this whole week. Aoife just chewed my ear off about it.” She rolled her eyes before placing Ashton down and making her way over to the room’s iPad. “I swear to God… if I get in trouble again for another freaking parent not signing their kid in, I might bang my head against the wall” she muttered to herself as she opened up the Xplor app and searched for So-Min’s name. Once she tapped on her profile, a picture of the girl appeared – oh, Jun-Seok must’ve added it on there. Bec knew that parents could set the child’s profile picture to whatever they wanted and well, it was such an adorable picture. “Aww… So-Min is so cute… Pity about her father… But have you seen the picture used for her profile picture on Xplor? Damn… Her mum has some style. I wonder what woman would be crazy enough to sleep with a man like thatShe pulled yet another sour face as she scrolled down the page and then froze. “Oh… There’s… There’s only one contact on here…” Bec turned to Ava with a confused complexion, walking over to the other female and held out the iPad so she could see what she was talking about. “Jun-Seok… That’s her dad, right? Well, he’s the only contact… So… Does that mean…” Bec gasped loudly as her eyes went wide “So-Min’s parents are separated? Oh, I can see why though. When you think about it, who would want to date him? He’s so… grumpy looking.meep.png
MOOD
tbh id dump that bitch too
LOCATION
nursery room
OUTFIT
work uniform
 

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