Gaius, who had learned his name in the time his ears had fully opened, had gotten more and more energetic in the three weeks he’d been alive. Not that he realised. In fact, he’d almost forgotten all his early memories, at the least the ones that had been non-permanent, as he had not forgotten his siblings or his mother, and instead focused on the present.
And, today, the present just happened to be trying to get out of the den. He had always been drawn to the light beyond the nice, cozy hole he stayed in with his family. He wanted to see what was beyond their den; the curiosity had been developed from all the wolves who had come to the light and spoke. The dark boy didn’t know who they were but he sure wanted to.
Sighing loudly through his nose, the boy rolled onto his stomach and attempted to stand up. Emphasis on attempted. Slipping on the floor, which wasn’t exactly flat, he fell back down with a huff. Angry. He growled, frustrated already. But, as he tried again, he made sure he was balanced. Less angry. He’d been walking more frequently but his coordination wasn’t tip top, as per usual with a pup.
So, paying no attention to his family and instead focusing on his victory, Gaius begun to toddle to the entrance on his stumpy little legs. He was looking forward to see what was outside.
//dont mind me just tryna have as much threads with my boy as possible for DEVELOPMENT
Sep 22, 2018 03:06 AM
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