June 27th, 2016

Legends of Tomorrow: Sara/Snart - Quiet

Fic: The Best Part of Me 1/1 (Sara Lance/Leonard Snart) Teen

Title: The Best Part of Me
Fandom: DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Rating: Teen
Pairings/Characters: Sara Lance/Leonard Snart
Summary: Sequel to Not My Father's Son. Team Arrow throws Sara and Leonard a baby shower, with an unexpected guest.
Timeline: Future!fic – Roughly two years after the end of Season 1.
Word Count: 2,267
Disclaimer: I claim no ownership over these characters. I am merely borrowing them from DC Comics, Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and Phil Klemmer.
Betas: Thank you to angelskuuipo and shanachie_quill for looking this over for me.
Author's Note: Title from the song "Not My Father's Son" from the musical Kinky Boots.

Sara and Leonard were in Star City for their last visit before the baby was due when he decided to make an early appearance. Suddenly gone were plans for a scheduled C-section in three weeks, to be replaced with frantic scurrying when Sara announced that her water had just broken while setting up for her baby shower. They'd already had one in Central City, but Sara's Star City family and friends had insisted on throwing one, too.

Leonard and Quentin managed to get Sara, who was the calmest of the three, to the hospital while Donna canceled the shower. Before Leonard knew it, eighteen hours later, there was a little human wrapped in a blue blanket being placed in his arms.

He'd been afraid to hold the baby at first. It had been several decades since he'd held Lisa as a baby, after all. But once his son was in his arms, he couldn't imagine ever hurting him.

Sara smiled wanly at him, having gotten to hold their son first after having done all of the work to bring him into the world. She held out a hand to Leonard and he sat on the edge of the bed so she could touch him while his hands were otherwise occupied.

"I told you that you'd make a good dad," she said, dopily. Exhaustion and the drugs she'd been given working to make her sleepy.

"That has yet to be seen," Leonard quietly responded, utterly enthralled by the child in his arms.

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