Ch. 25 Bumps In The Road Pt. 2Disclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
Once the dust settled, and after finding out that Luan came into contact with Lincoln, the group chat was alive with texts going back and forth on who was to blame for the incident. A few of the sisters pointed fingers at Clyde and Liam for their failure to keep a close eye on Lincoln, while the boys argued that Luan shouldn't have approached him and let them help. In anger, Luan gave a fiery comment on how she wasn't about to let her little brother be sent to the hospital again. It was possibly the first time anyone saw the comedian letting off a string of swears; the twins were still trying to figure out what half those words even meant. After the blame
Ch. 25 Bumps In The Road Pt. 1As of the posting of this chapter, it has been one year since this story was first published. I really didn't expect this story to catch on as quick as it did, but I guess I struck when the iron was hot (even though Brawl had premiered about a month earlier). So today, to celebrate Synniversary, I bring to you an extra long chapter (by my standards) that will pave the way for what everyone had been expecting since the end of chapter 21. Thank you guys for your continued support, and this story is still far from over.
Disclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
Shortly after Lily made her way into the dining room, Luan came back downstairs with another ice pack. "Ronnie Anne, it's time to switch your-" The 14 year old paused on the steps, noting the two tomboys busily texting on their phones. "Well, you both sure work fast. Didn't think you'
Ch. 22 A Long Road AheadDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
People often say that the road to recovery can be a long and perilous journey, the circumstances of which can vary from something as small as a car accident to dealing with PTSD. It is often stated that physical wounds can heal over time, even if said wound results in the loss of a digit or a limb. This rings true as, while the shock of losing your right hand or left arm can be debilitating, you will eventually learn to cope with this physical limitation and carry on with your life. On the other end of the spectrum, psychological scars...take much longer. You've seen or heard stories about soldiers returning home from Iraq or Afghanistan, having gone through the unimaginable hell that war itself has always been. This can be due to acts such as rolling over an IED, having your friend killed right next to you
Ch. 24 The Athlete and The Pain QueenDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
Ronnie Anne stood several steps away from the front doors of the school, waiting for her target to appear. Her backpack was full and slung over one of her shoulders. Most of the students had already walked home or got on the bus, including Rusty, Liam, and Zach. She was currently texting back and forth with Clyde, who was taking a jittery Lincoln to his house.
Ronnie Anne, I know that look you had at lunch earlier can only mean trouble. What are you thinking of? - Clyde
When Lynn comes out, I'm gonna interrogate her. - RA
Ok, but why Lynn? Do you want to get suspended again? Why can't you just ask one of his other sisters? - Clyde
Nice to hear that you care. I'm not gonna get suspended for this. I mean, school's over right? Can't punish me if it's not on school grounds. - RA
That didn't answer my ques
Ch. 23 School DazeDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
The weekend following Lincoln's discharge was anything but relaxing. After Lincoln's cries got the attention of the McBrides, they spent a half hour getting him to calm down. It only stopped when Lincoln felt he couldn't cry anymore, his tear ducts being dried out while his eyes remained red and puffy. The early morning hours were no better. The chip-toothed child remained fidgety and scared shitless, jumping at the smallest noise such as the house settling or a squirrel running on the roof. Clyde managed to soothe him with hyperventilating exercises via paper bag. In order to further calm his nerves, Harold whipped up his infamous McBride hot chocolate. It was well made, with the whip cream even having two Hershey bars, covered in extra chocolate shavings and topped off with a cherry. When Lincoln first g
Ch. 21 My Inner DemonsDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
"Hey Lana, you know that thing about how you always dig into the trash?" The little former-princess asked as the twins walked back to their family.
"Oh boy..." The tomboy groaned instinctively. "Oh, sorry. I didn't mean that." Lana chuckled nervously as she rubbed her arm. "Force of habit."
"It's fine, but I just want to you know this. Sure, it's a really gross habit, but the real reason I don't want you eating out the trash isn't just for appearances. Do you even know where some of that stuff's been?"
"Well..." Lana scratched her chin. "Not really, besides some of the chewed gum I have stashed. I stole those from under desks or tables."
"That's what I'm saying. You could get really sick from doing that. Maybe not today, but it's bad for your health. I mean, do you know how many icky germs are in a dumps
Ch. 20 TwinsanityDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
With Lynn Jr. out of the way, Miranda noted that she had 3 girls left to talk with. This would only take two sessions as she was having the twins in the same room together. While it seemed that Lana and Lola were well aware of the family's predicament, they were still six years old. As such, Miranda felt that it would put them both at ease if they had each other in the same room. This would be especially helpful when it came time to discuss their feelings. From what she knew about them so far, the twins were the most likely of the Louds to engage in physical confrontation. Miranda wasn't too concerned about this though, as it was perfectly normal for siblings to fight, especially identical twins. Another obvious indicator was the fact both girls dressed differently, leading to the main reason of suc
Ch. 19 Bad ReputationSo, in this chapter of 'Sister-Phobia', we will cover a character whose been on the receiving end of a near endless amount of hatred. It's often said that Lynn's character is the most static out of all of her sisters due to little episodes focusing on her, and the ones that did have ruined her reputation. There was a time this little sporty girl was the most likable character in the show people could relate to. She's very energetic, playful, well-versed in the world of sports, and is one of the sisters Lincoln has a close bond with. However, as the series went on, due to a lack of character development, people began to see Lynn as a brutish bully with an ego problem. An infamous episode amped this up by a factor of 10, making Lynn the most hated main character in the show. Such a title used to be held by Lola, but she has since regained some fans due to a few good episodes centered around her. Lynn has only had one episode centered around her that didn't quite soften the hatred towards
Ch. 18 Phone AidDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
"So honey, how are things?" A male voice spoke on a phone.
"I would say business as usual Robert, but things are a bit more, complicated..." Miranda said to her husband.
"You're not dealing with that Clyde kid again are you?"
"No no no, it's a different set of clients. Have you ever heard of large immediate families?"
"You mean something like Cheaper by the Dozen?"
"Precisely. I'm tending to a family of 13. Ten daughters and one son."
"Thirteen kids with a significant dividend in gender? That's very odd...sure he's not adopted?" Robert noted.
"Robert!" Miranda hissed.
"Just asking dear." The man joked.
"I haven't seen their son in person as he's currently receiving medical attention, but I was surprised by the genetic outcome myself. So far, I've talked with the parents and 6 of their daughters. I was planning on talking
Ch. 17 No More SecretsDisclaimer: I own NOTHING from the Loud House.
Luna power-walked away from Miranda's office, heading back towards the reception area. She didn't think Dr. Lopez's words would strike such a chord in her usual rhythm, yet she found herself cutting her session short and marching down the hall with a concerned look on her face, her mind plagued with the antics of her siblings. It was no question in the Loud House that the siblings tended to get into fights over the smallest and most trivial things, such as the whole incident that got them in this situation in the first place. And if it wasn't over something petty, it was all about competition. Being in a family as big as the Louds, sibling rivalry was toned up to 11, literally. Lori and Leni sometimes argued over who was prettier, Lynn and Lucy had their clashing personalities and tastes, so it usually boiled down to which subj