This story belongs to the series Love Is For Children which includes "Love Is for Children
," "Dolls and Guys
"Turnabout Is Fair Play
," "Touching Moments
," "Coming Around
," "Birthday Girl
," "No Winter Lasts Forever
," "Hide and Seek
," "Kernel Error
," "Happy Hour
," and "Green Eggs and Hulk
Phil Coulson, JARVIS, Clint Barton, Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanova, Bruce Banner.Medium:
This story is mostly fluff, but it has some intense scenes in the middle. Highlight for details. These include dubious consent as Phil and JARVIS discuss what really happened when Agent Coulson hacked his way into Stark Tower, over which Phil has something between a flashback and a panic attack. They also discuss some of the bad things that have happened to Avengers in the past, including various flavors of abuse. If these are sensitive topics for you, please think carefully before deciding whether to read onward. Summary:
Uncle Phil needs to pick out pajamas for game night. He gets help from an unexpected direction.Notes:
Service. Shopping. Gifts. Artificial intelligence. Computers. Teamwork. Team as family. Friendship. Communication. Hope. Apologies. Forgiveness. Nonsexual ageplay. Nonsexual intimacy. Love. Tony Stark needs a hug. Bruce Banner needs a hug. #coulsonlives.
If you are reading this for the ageplay, there are bits scattered throughout, although more of the story focuses on Uncle Phil's preparations for game nights. If you are reading this for the plot, the main focus is the relationship between Phil and JARVIS, along with the other Avengers.
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