21 Mar 2009
He was a scientist not a childcare professional.
Categories: Ship Pairings
, Ship Pairings
, Ship Pairings
Characters: Cameron Mitchell
, Daniel Jackson
, Jack O'Neill
, Jennifer Keller
, John Sheppard
, Original Character
, Radek Zelenka
, Richard Woolsey
, Rodney McKay
, Ronon Dex
, Samantha Carter
, Teyla Emmagan
, HumourWarnings: Character death
Chapters: 9 [Table of Contents
Word count: 28872; Completed: No
Updated: 17 Jun 2010; Published: 10 Jan 2009
Oh, please let there be more! Please say you haven't forgotten about this story! I really want to read more! I even faved this story! Please update soon!
Author's Response: LOL, Don\'t worry! We have more written (a lot more actually). There\'s a big chunk already loaded onto the site that\'s just waiting to be approved by one of the admins. Sorry it\'s taken so long but with 2 authors who live halfway across the country from each other, it\'s a bit of a process (really). Thank you for the review and especially for adding it as a favorite! :oD
Uhh, okay, confused! Did Naolee suddenly become Rodney's daughter overnight? What happened to all the paper work? "The first round"? And the recommendation letters? Sorry, this has been bugging me since last night but it was too late to get into this.
I thought Rodney's panic over Naolee having growth spurts was cute!:D
Author's Response: OMG you’re right! Oops. We really should have explained that better. No, the adoption hasn’t been finalized yet. We’ve been calling Naolee Rodney’s daughter up to this point for two reasons: 1. It’s a heck of a lot easier than writing soon-to-be-adopted-daughter or some variation of that, 2. Having Rodney think of Naolee as his daughter without the extra ‘adopted’ title added on is supposed to help the reader see that he’s accepted her as part of his life without reservation and having his friends do the same is kind of a way to show their support. Sorry for the confusion. I guess this is what happens when two primarily short-fic writers try to write a long-fic together (details get left out accidentally). Thankfully, there are readers like you who point out our errors so we can fix them. Thanks. :o)
I am loving this story! Gonna add it to faves if I haven't already!
Just one thing tho... How exactly do you pronounce Naolee?
Author's Response: Wow! Thank you so much! \r\n\r\nNaolee is pronounced: Nay-oh-lee but really, it\'s up to the reader. :o)