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SIYE Time:6:09 on 27th February 2017


A few days after the final battle and things are calming down, the Weasleys plan on what they are going to do for a home. The Burrow was destroyed by Death Eaters. Arthur & Molly Weasley keep telling Harry that he is one of the family, loved just as much as the rest of their red-headed children. But they won’t let him spend his galleons to help rebuild the house. Then Harry wants them to explain why only certain children of theirs are allowed to help but others can’t.

“You mean all that ‘you’re loved and as much a part of the family as any other children’ was just a lot of hot air?! You know I have more Galleons than I know what to do with and you’re going to ostracize me now? My Galleons are not as good as George’s or Bill’s?”

After more heated discussions, Molly and Arthur allow Harry to add what he thinks he should into the repair fund.


Challenge Winner The Burrow Rebuilt by MrsAlphardBlack starstarstarstarhalf-star [Reviews - 13]
** Winner of Best Family in the The Burrow Challenge **
Written in response to The Burrow Challenge, this is the story of how the Weasley family rebuilds their home after the war.
G - The Burrow Challenge (2010-5) - General - Warnings: None - Words: 3597
Completed: Yes - Chapters: 1 - Published: 2010.10.30 - Updated: 2010.10.30 - Hits: 6110




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