Lil Bundles Daycare and Orphanage for the Witch and Wizard
Lil Bundles Daycare and Orphanage for the Witch and Wizard offers a comfortable home and food to children who have been abandoned by their parents, or somehow find their way here. The owner Michaela Finnley, also offers daycare services.
This is where the kids in daycare sleep.
This is where the kids in daycare, and sometimes the kids in the orphanage, come to play!
This is the room in the orphanage where infants of the house sleep.
This is the room in the orphanage where the boys of the house sleep.
This is the room of the orphanage where the girls of the house sleep.
This is the dining room of the orphanage. Kids who are in daycare at the time may also eat here.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 04:15, June 12, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci had been sent to the orphanage on account of a recent magic accident that he had to clean up. He wasn't too surprised as it was a place full of young kids who didn't have anyone to teach them about magic. He was talking to one of the workers after he had cleaned up the mess and made sure no one had been seriously injured, standing in the hallway as he spoke with the woman.
Peering around the doorway of the nursery, her brown eyes were wide and curious at the stranger talking with one of the workers. She toddled out, heading to cling tightly on the worker’s leg, sticking her thumb in her mouth and beginning to suck on it. It wasn't her first sign of magic, but rather one of the other kids', but it was terrifying nonetheless. She was still hiccuping and sniffling, hearing the chaos from the other room.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 04:57, June 12, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci glanced down when Grace came over, smiling a little and kneeling down to her height. "Hey there, I'm Karsci. What's your name?" He asked, seeing that she was scared and wondering if he could calm her fears. He knew that children were terrified of things easily, and witnessing magic in the way it had just been used probably scarred a few children.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 20:41, June 12, 2018 (UTC)
“Wow! You’re four years old? You’re quite the big girl,” he complimented, making sure to make a big deal out of it since he knew kids liked that. “Do you know how old the kid was that caused the accident?” He asked Grace gently, not wanting to scare her and hoping she wouldn’t be scared to talk about the incident.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 23:03, June 12, 2018 (UTC)
He made sure to make a mental note of that, and was going to ask the worker something when she spoke instead. "Would you mind watching Grace? I have to go tend to some other children," She said and even without waiting for a response just left Grace with Karsci. He just blinked, and looked back at Grace a little confused. He didn't know how to take care of children, let alone toddlers.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 00:08, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
He just nodded a little, “Yeah, you’re close enough,” he said before standing up. “Well Grace, why don’t you show me around? I’m afraid I don’t know much about Lil Bundles,” he said and held out his hand for her to hold.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 00:21, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
He wasn’t very comfortable picking her up but guessed if he didn’t she’d start crying. He just sighed and picked her up, “Alright, where to first?” He asked, trying to balance her on his nonexistent hip. He had no idea how moms did this on a daily basis.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 01:11, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci didn’t want to bother the girl but did as Grace said, walking into the room a little more but keeping some distance between them and the teenager. He wasn’t sure what Grace wanted with the girl, but assumed he would find out.
The girl turned at hearing the little girl's voice, approaching with a bright smile. "Ah, hello, Little miss Grace. Are you feeling better?" Grace giggled happily at the girl's tickling fingers dancing over her side. "Yah! Libbi, m-meet K-Karsci!" The teen smiled brightly at the man. "I'm Liberty, though little Grace calls me Libbi. Nice to meet you."
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 01:20, June 13, 2018 (UTC)~
Karsci tried to balance grace as she was squirming while being tickled, managing not to drop her. “Nice to meet you, I’m Karsci Russell. I was sent here on the account of the magic incident in the playroom,” he informed her, feeling more comfortable speaking with a teenager than a child.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 01:35, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci didn’t comment on the wolf thing, noticing Liberty’s aversion to it. “Well I’m just glad no one got seriously injured, but I did have to repair most of the playroom itself. The thing was completely destroyed,” he commented, before deciding to comment. “So, wolf as in werewolf?” He asked Liberty.
Liberty shrugged. "My father was arrested, life in prison, so I've lived here for almost... five years now? Yeah, five years." She remarked, catching his expression drop. "I think Grace likes living here, though." Grace made a wordless squeak in protest, face buried into Karsci's neck and shoulder.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 04:15, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci just held Grace close. "Ah, well I hope things go well for you. I'm gonna go take Grace to get a snack," He said, thinking she'd be hungry. "Have a good day Liberty," He said with a smile before leaving and heading down the hallway with Grace. "So Grace, where do you eat food?"
She raised her head from where it was pressed into the man's neck, pointing down the stairs and into the kitchen/dining room easily. Hearing the screaming from the other kids, Grace buried her face back into Karsci's neck, beginning to cry from fear.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 20:59, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
"Outside it is," Karsci managed to get some food from one of the workers and went out into the yard area with Grace.He found a small table and sat down with her on his lap, opening up the small container that had crackers, cheese and sliced meat.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 06:13, June 14, 2018 (UTC)
He realized what she meant by stay, and he honestly felt very bad that he couldn’t give her the answer that she wanted. “I’ll stay for as long as I can,” he told her, trying to be honest but not hurt her.
- “Death isn't the end.” Message Me - 02:19, June 18, 2018 (UTC)
Karsci just brushed her hair out of her face at that, feeling a little bad that he had to leave her. When he found the nurse he handed Grace over to her, watching as the nurse took her before leaving the orphanage to go back to work.