Jamie & Lily
"Well, at least that's one thing that we got right. As a parent, that's the goal. You want to make things better for you children. Mainly so they're not stuck cleaning up your messes. Not having to grow up afraid is one of the best gifts we could give to those we left behind. Still, the scars that the survivors are left with can be both dangerous and scary in their own right." Many of those scars were invisible, which made dealing with them even harder.
She knew, regardless of any denials or evidence to the contrary, that Harry had to have some residual mental and emotional scarring from everything he went through. How that impacted him and his family was something that Lily was still doing her utmost to determine. She hadn't thought to ask Harry about all that yet, as she wanted their reunion to be mostly happy.
"Too true, which prompts the question... if you had to take over teaching any subject here, which one would you go with?" The question may have come off as random, but Lily was legitimately curious. She also wanted to know what Jamie thought he would be doing if they weren't here, but that was a query for another time. "Growing up like that can't have been easy on you or your siblings. While I clearly don't know of everything you've been through, you seem like a smart and relatively well-adjusted young man, so bully for you."