Re: Jamie and Scorpius
"Right, I should have known, but that's- Oh wait, you're serious! I thought you were trying to make fun of me. I should have known better. He really can't see the point of a book unless you need information to slay the metaphorical dragon." He nodded. "Sure, although you weren't really a fan of Slytherins. Just of your brother who happened to be a Slytherin." It was still nothing compared to the divisions he had seen in his father's memories.
"You haven't. You've been perfectly behaved. Grandmother would have been proud to see how well you can act, smiling like nothing touches you, and you can fool a lot of people, but then most people don't care to look past the obvious, to see that the smiles never quite reach your eyes, at least not when you are talking about your parents."
He chuckled. "Jamie, you are making it very complicated when becoming a woman would make that part really easy. Or well, not easy, but easier, I guess. Still I don't want a child, I want a family. I want to show my children what my parents showed me." He paused for a moment, hesitating before speaking up again. "What do you think? About the change?"