Robin’s a tough kid.
Tim wants the comforts of home, but probably won’t find them.
A Lesson in Maturity
Bruce just wants everyone to get along.
My only… remote… pairing fic. Dick/Tim. Red Robin goes missing.
Dick takes Tim’s Christmas plans personally.
Dick’s badly injured, and his family keep him company.
Damian is sulking. Easter drabble.
Father’s Day in Wayne Manor.
“Haven’t you read a book you enjoyed, Jason?”
(Feat: Robin!Jason and Red Hood!Jason)
Um. Coffee puns.
Jason and Dick have a stupid competition…
Bart goes skateboarding with Robin, but has some questions first.
Tim is a jerk, and Kon calls him on it. (First DC fic, be gentle.)
Dick’s finally moving back into his apartment… and he feels like he’s forgetting something.
Just Like You (WIP)
Dick tells it like it is.
What might have happened, after Tim quit Robin.
Alfred leaves the family photo-albums out.
A look at the Batboys before they turn in.
Dick, Jason and Tim have had a rough couple days.
Tim surprises his brothers on their birthdays, but what if they can’t return the favour?
(Bonus untitled continuation: the day after Tim’s birthday.)
The batboys talk about their different Christmas experiences.
Birthday fic for Hearts. Damian is insensitive.
Blade Runner, snacks, and an annoying big brother. A usual night at Tim’s.
Tim is sick and Dick tries to help.
Tim thinks he’s unaffected after a confrontation with Ivy.
It’s Jason’s death day and his family are morbid.
The boys often debate over who should give Bruce bad news and why.
Plus the sequel, (One) Step Closer. In which things aren’t fixed, but it’s a start.
Exactly what it sounds like.
“So,” Tim ventures. “It’s… what, a cuddle pollen?”
Bruce just shrugs. “Something like that.”
Bruce isn’t quite prepared for his youngest Robin’s neuroses.
The Batmobile is missing.
Damian ruins Alfred’s Christmas tradition, then fails to make it up to him.
It’s not that Jason cares, it’s just. It’s a justice thing, okay? You don’t have to go on about it.
An almost-continuation to Sleeping it Off: Tim doesn’t take his recovery seriously.
Things That Aren’t Fic: