“Don’t you just love Halloween…?” you murmured softly, practically falling into your husband as he sauntered back to your shared room; Ludwig Beilschmidt glanced at you, sighing and throwing an arm about your shoulders, whispering, “Ja, I guess…”
It had been your guys’ fourth Halloween since your child’s birth; so far, so good, and the smiles he gifted you guys on such outings were the sweetest rewards by far.
Suddenly, Ludwig turned to you, grinning mischievously as he opened the door to your room – a nice king-sized bed lay stretched out against the wall, plenty of memories revolving just around those blankets; something you couldn’t help but let your mind flit back to when Ludwig leaned down to kiss your neck gently.
“Now, Schatzi, it’s your turn~”
You blinked, turning around and away from his sharp blue eyes to strip off your shirt; quickly and efficiently, revealing a tight black bra. “Turn for what?”
“Trick or treat?”
Hearing your strict German man say a phrase that your tiny little 4-year old usually said was just too adorable; spinning around and grinning up at his shirtless form, splaying hands up his chest, you answered, “Treat, Lieber~”
Hands smacked across your sides to push you against the wall; a hungry mouth attacked your ear, nipping and tickling it with hot breath; hands stretched up your form, stopping at your hips to softly fondle them slowly – words flowed from your husband’s mouth, effortless and burning with desire: “Glückliches Halloween.”
You wrapped arms about his neck as he slowly fell back, taking you with him onto the bed; with a well-timed smack against his chest, you pressed yourself nose-to-nose with him, softly teasing his lips by whispering, “Happy Halloween, Ludwig~”
“Why can’t I go see Mutti and Vati now? Why do I have to go to sleep?”
“Kesesesese! Vell, you see…Mutti und Vati like to go ‘trick-or-treating’ too~”
“Really?! …Where’s there candy?”
“It’s…in zere room. But you can’t go in zere, you’re not old enough to go find zis candy yet~ It’s special candy!”
“Ja~ Kesese, special.”