Siaphyl was dressed in a way that would not be unusual if he were to fall asleep. He was dressed elegantly in white satin pajamas in the shape of a blouse with frills.
He appears to have planned everything…
Levisia, on the other hand, couldn’t imagine falling asleep next to Siaphyl. Could she sleep peacefully next to this tiny Kraiden?
Siaphyl bowed his head with a sullen expression, perhaps because an embarrassed look appeared on her face while she was thinking hard.
When she looked down from above, all she saw was his long nose and chubby baby fat. Oh, and his bloodshot eyes.
Please be patient. Are your eyes red?
Siaphyl, who seemed to be on the verge of tears, said at the same time she noticed them,
“Everyone who sees me wants to pat me. Why are you so aloof? “I’m… hurt.”
…because I know you’re a terrifying individual who will tear your siblings apart in the future, young ones.
Levisia, on the other hand, was unable to respond in this manner. And because she promised not to regard the boy as a potential murderer.
Levisia lowered herself to match his eye level. She carefully reached out, her gaze absorbed in his red eyes above his trembling plump cheeks.
When Siaphyl flinched and lifted his head, the boy’s tears fell sharply from his eyes.
Oh, no. Levisia sighed softly and brushed her thumb across the corner of his eyes. Fortunately, she had been successful.
She could see his eyes getting bigger and bigger.
Everyone wanted to pet it because it was so lovely. What else can Levisia say?
Instead of complimenting him, she asked him in the most diplomatic manner possible,
“Have you already brushed your teeth?”
Siaphyl moved his head up and down as he blinked his wide eyes.
“Yes, yes, yes.”
“Good. Please come in.”
Levisia spoke up, leaning against the door. But Siaphyl just kept staring at the door and her.
“Are you going to let me in?”
Siaphyl, who was normally brilliant and had never stuttered, replied as if he couldn’t believe it.
Levisia responded after returning her gaze to her bed.
“My bed is large, so our sleeping habits will not cause any problems.”
She could see his brow furrowing.
“I don’t have a sleeping routine.”
Siaphyl opened his mouth as if about to refute something, but then carefully stepped into the room, and she nodded as if she believed him.
“Please excuse me.”
When Levisia entered, she shut the door behind him.
“Your room is identical to mine.”
“I’m guessing the furnishings are similar.”
“It is, but this room is more comfortable.”
Siaphyl smiled brightly and moved quickly as if he’d forgotten he’d been crying just a moment before.
Levisia thought she was about to be attacked by the little devil, but when she saw his excitement return, she wondered what he was like.
Unlike other times, his excitement could be seen in his steps. As he ran towards the bed, his brilliant blonde hair bobbed up and down.
He jumped into bed as soon as Sheila stepped back after tidying it. Then he put his neck out there and called her name.
“Levy, come over here. Quickly.”
This was her first encounter with him, who always acted like a grown baby in this manner. After exchanging glances with Sheila, Levisia made her way to the bed.
“All right, good night.”
“And you, Sheila. Get some sleep.”
Sheila returned to her room and turned off the lights. Levisia, like Siaphyl, went under the blanket in the meantime.
Even though they didn’t sleep too far apart, it’s possible that an arm’s length distance was created between their bodies due to Siaphyl’s small body size.
Levisia lay down and gazed at the ceiling before turning her head and looking to the side.
His blue eyes were blinking in the dim moonlight. She didn’t expect to fall asleep quickly after seeing his clear eyes.
“You should get some sleep because you have to get up early tomorrow and move.”
He nodded and closed his eyes, then opened them quickly and smiled. In a low whisper, the boy with his face half-buried in a pillow said,
“I appreciate you listening to my whining.”
Was that something that deserved to be acknowledged? To begin with, it could have been a release from guilt. Levisia regretted only seeing him as a potential murderer.
It would have been unjust if Siaphyl had known.
Levisia agreed but responded as if nothing had happened.
“I did because you don’t do that very often.”
“Isn’t it difficult to see you that way?”
Today’s Siaphyl had cried and whined like a child. On any given day, she would never see those aspects of him.
That the weak-looking boy who had come to protect her showed those sides of himself was not without her responsibility.
Children, in particular, can easily pick up on the emotions of those around them, so Siaphyl may have noticed her fear. That could be why he’d gotten upset and cried.
Siaphyl muttered as he buried his crimson face in a pillow,
“Sorry. I only want to show you my mature side, but… “I’m still acting like this.”