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It's Only the End if You Want it to Be

Posts tagged henry mills

Jul 19 '14

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Jul 14 '14

favourite character meme | three relationships [1/3]

Jul 6 '14

"I don’t feel like a hero or a saviour. I just feel like what I’ve always been: an orphan.

"…you were an orphan. It’s my job to change that.”

(Source: swanshope)

Jul 2 '14

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Mar 24 '14
Sep 30 '13

nerdfighterwhatevernumbers:

neilpatrickharry:

nerdfighterwhatevernumbers:

I am uncomfortable with two things and two things only in the OUaT fandom right now:

  1. The number of people shipping Henry and Peter
  2. The number of people professing to be attracted to Peter the 13 year old boy

i dunno, they seem similar ages

and if the people attracted to 13 year old peter are a similar age then let them have fun.

the reason I have issue with the shipping is cus pan is an ass

That’s why I have issues with them shipping him with Henry, as far as that’s concerned age has nothing to do with it. He’s a scary, manipulative sociopath, and the leader of a cult.

I’m just HOPING people attracted to him are younger than 15, I mean, YIKES.

To be fair, the actor playing Peter is 18, which makes the range of acceptable crushing at least a bit wider.

As for the shipping, they’re probably hoping that Henry will be his little Morality Pet since, y’know, he’s not already playing that role enough for Regina. Probably if Peter keeps doing awful things it’ll somehow be Henry’s fault for not being a good little doormat and unconditionally forgiving everything. /sarcasm mode activated to infinity/

Sep 23 '13

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Sep 8 '13
season 1 vs. season 2

(Source: swiftparrilla)

Aug 31 '13

emmaswans:

emma and henry + hugs

Apr 28 '13

a-lady-of-ithilien:

aerozakdyl:

Regina’s situation is actually really sad… She has absolutely nobody to talk to, so she goes to her son, who gets mad, so she has to wipe his memory. Another reason I cant like Henry.

BECAUSE SHE SAID SHE WOULD KILL EVERYONE IN STORYBROOKE! HE WAS FINE WITH TALKING TO HER UNTIL SHE MENTIONED THAT LITTLE TIDBIT! I WOULD GET MAD, TOO!

As long as I had any value for human life, anyway.

LOL some people in this fandom. I can’t even. And I KNEW they would somehow make this into Henry’s fault. I freakin’ knew, because they always do. No matter how horrible Regina’s behavior is, it is always Henry’s fault for not unconditionally adoring everything she does.

Like, literally, the conversation went like this:

Regina: Hey, Henry!

Henry: Hey…

Regina: Would you like it if we could go back to the Enchanted Kingdom and be together and I’ll be a hero?

Henry: Yeah! That would be awesome!

Regina: Great! I’ll just kill everyone else in this entire freakin’ town and then we’re gonna be so happy together!

Henry: … Yeah, not so much.

I’m sorry, how would you have liked him to react? Seriously. Please enlighten me on this. What would have considered a reasonable reaction on Henry’s part to Regina suggesting that she would kill everyone in Storybrooke to get them their “new start”?

Was he just supposed to say “Sure, let’s do it, I didn’t like those losers anyway”?

I just-

??????????????????

WHERE IS THE LOGIC?!!??!?!?!?!?

WHERE

I’M GETTING A HEADACHE JUST TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THIS

PLEASE SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME

Mar 18 '13

aboutbeautyandbrutality:

why are people yelling at henry for not hugging regina

she doesn’t deserve a hug for not using a spell to force him to love her sry

OMG THANK YOU.

Seriously, beyond done with this. I give Regina credit for trying, I really do. But she’s given Henry EVERY reason to distrust her. He continues to believe in her and give her second chances, which is quite generous enough on his part. She doesn’t get some kind of parenting award for realizing at the last freaking second that using mind-control on her child MIGHT not be the best idea.

Feb 18 '13

You know what kills me about this scene, though?

Henry’s utter lack of enthusiasm.

Remember when Henry met Emma back in the pilot episode? He just barged right into her life: “My name’s Henry! I’m your son! You’re coming home to Storybrooke with me! By the way, do you have any juice?” He just instantly wanted to be close with her and have her be part of his life.

I’m not seeing that at all with Neal here. Yeah, Henry wants to meet him, because Neal is his father and he’s curious. But Henry’s kind of holding him at arm’s length. When he first starts talking, he’s not even looking at Neal. He just sounds sad and disappointed throughout the whole scene. And when Neal tries to put his arm around him, Henry doesn’t move closer or reciprocate the gesture. (Compare with him constantly trying to hug Emma in Season 1).

I think people underestimate just how much it changes a kid to feel like they can’t trust the adults around them. Henry was raised by a mother who not only continually lied to him but tried to make him believe he was crazy (and I cannot state enough how much something like that would mess with a kid’s - or any person’s - head). I think part of the reason he was so emphatic about accepting Emma into his life is that, like he says to her in this episode, he thought she’d be different. That he could finally have a parent that he could trust. Even when he didn’t really know her yet, Henry was willing to give Emma a chance because he’d projected all of his hopes onto her.

I think finding out that Emma lied to him about something so huge in this episode changed something in Henry’s mind. He’s done believing he can ever have a parental figure he can really put his trust in. So when you see him meet Neal, there are these walls up that weren’t there when he met Emma. He’s interested to meet his father and I’m sure he’s going to give Neal a chance, but I think part of Henry doesn’t believe Neal is going to be any different, either.

And so we go from this:

to the much more subdued reaction we see above. The excitement isn’t there, it’s just like “Oh, great, another parental figure who might tend up letting me down.”

Feb 11 '13

rememberthatonceuponatimeepisode:

Remember that Once Upon A Time episode where Henry was really excited that two kids were talking to him and he thought he might actually make some friends but they ended up just using him to rob a drug store and he was so upset?

Yup. 

Henry’s life is the actual worst.

Jan 8 '13

kpfun:

I am trying to be a better mother.

I love them, I really do. I love them so much.

It does bug me that so much of the OUaT fandom seems to blame Henry for not loving Regina enough, or something, though.

Here’s the thing: As someone who has a LOT of dysfunctional parent-child relationships in my family, I understand what Henry’s feeling here. The problem isn’t that Henry doesn’t love Regina. The problem is that Henry doesn’t trust Regina.

And how can you blame him for that? Henry knows what Regina’s capable of. Remember how shaken he was after she killed Graham? How he was desperately telling Emma to just forget about the curse entirely so she’d be safe? It’s scary to live with a parent you can’t feel safe with. And knowing your parent would murder innocent people just because they upset her or got in her way? Yeah, I imagine (thankfully, I do not know) that would be really freaking scary. Even for an adult, let alone a child as young as Henry.

Not to mention that Regina has hurt Henry himself in the past when it was what her agenda needed. Pretending not to take him seriously about the curse would’ve been one thing, but telling him he was crazy? Literally trying to make him doubt his own sanity? That is just horrible. God only knows how much Henry was messed up by her doing that.

The point is, if Henry is distancing himself from Regina a bit emotionally, that is natural. She’s genuinely trying to do better now, and I love her for that. Truly, there is nothing I’d like to see more than for Regina to put the past behind her and for Henry to have a loving relationship with both of his Moms. But expecting Henry to immediately fall into her arms just because she claims to have changed is unfair. She’s abused his trust too much for that. She’s really trying now. And Henry is trying, too: He’s giving her the benefit of the doubt. He’s trying to believe in her, and she’s trying to live up to that belief. But it’s not going to be an immediate thing. It’s going to take time for Regina to win Henry’s trust back.

I’m sorry for ranting a bit here, and hijacking this lovely gifset, but once I started talking about Henry and Regina, I just really needed to get that off my chest. Because I really do love these two, and I want to see things work out for them. I want them to be happy together. But expecting Henry to not have any trust issues with Regina after everything she’s done is just unrealistic, and unfair to Henry.

Apr 30 '12

snafflebithumptywink:

Was anyone else just not okay with this at all?

I mean, Emma, I know you’re the protagonist and we’re obligated to root for you…

But I think this is called abduction…

I think it was a mistake, absolutely. She’s kidnapping Henry from his legal guardian and that’s NOT the answer here.

But with that said, I think Emma is just trying to protect Henry. She doesn’t believe in the curse or that Regina is actually a murderer, but she definitely knows that something creepy is up in Storybrooke and that Regina is an amoral person who won’t hesitate to hurt innocent people to achieve her goals. I can’t completely blame her for wanting to get Henry away from all that. She’s being really, really stupid and wrong in the way she’s going about it, but her intentions are coming from the right place.

AFHLJKLJFD this episode just gave me all the Emma/Henry feels. I love how far their relationship has come since she first met him. I love how badly she wants to protect him and that she’s finally ready to take responsibility as his mother. Kidnapping him is a bit crazy, yes, and I don’t approve of it. But I think Emma is just desperately trying to protect her kid any way she knows how.