Another day, another sunny afternoon, (Name) was in the woods looking for cool things to draw, she really did love to draw things that she thought were pretty. I know what you're thinking, don't worry Finland knows where she is. Norway but up a barrier around the house so when she hit she was too far from the house, but it left enough room to explore. She picked up a few flowers and rocks and put them in her satchel. She kept walking until she bumped into something; she fell back and looked up. She saw nothing she reached her hand out and touched a wall, it left a pretty purple print where her and would be, it slowly faded away. She pouted, "Aw man, the end already, might as well turn back." She got up and dusted herself off and headed back. She cleared some bushes and saw something she never thought she would ever see.
-Back at the House-
Finland looked at the clock and it was time to start dinner.
"Norway can you please go find (name), it's time for me to start dinner." Norway nodded and walked out the door to find (name). He looked down at the ground and saw her footprints in the dirt and followed them. He reached a shrub of bushes and cleared them out the way and saw (name) on knees, her hand was resting on a deer's head, it was breathing hard. Norway looked closer and saw it was pregnant; (name) looked up and saw Norway. Norway rushed over and took of his jacket and put it over the animal.
"Uncle Norway, what's wrong with it."
"She, (name), she is pregnant. I need you to pet her so she'll be calm, okay."
"O-okay." (Name) kept petting it softly and sang the same lullaby Finland taught her.
"That's good keep going, it's almost here."
She sung a bit louder, but she stopped when she heard little animal noises. She looked up and saw a baby dear wrapped in Norway's coat. It was so small; she thought did she start out that small? She crawled over to Norway and reached her hand out, she retracted a bit.
"It's okay he's not gonna bite." She inched forward and pet the small deer; it was somewhat moist but still soft. She smiled and looked at the mama deer, her smile disappeared. The poor thing wasn't breathing as hard, in fact it wasn't breathing at all.
"Wh-what happened she was breathing just a minute ago" Norway hung his head and sighed.
"Looks like I'm the one who's gonna teach you life and death."
"Being a country I know this topic all too well, we all do. People die, people die every day. It's a thing we must all go through. Prussia because he isn't a country anymore, will die soon. Germany keeps him alive by staying alive, if Germany dies then so does Prussia. Sadly we couldn't save the deer the same way Germany is doing for his brother. Sometimes bad things happen, sometimes it's your fault and sometimes more than most, you can't do anything to stop death you just have to help the new life that comes along with it."
"But, but it's not fair."
"I really hate to say this but life isn't fair, you have to just be strong enough to weather it for a brighter day. Please remember, (name), every time there is darkness and death; light and life is just around the corner." She nodded, the baby dear wormed out of Norway's arms and stumbled over to (name). He extended his neck and liked (name)'s nose, she giggled. The deer took a few steps back and rammed right into her, causing her to fall back. Norway could help but laugh; the deer put his head down and tail in the air and started to wiggle it.
"What's he doing?"
"That's how they play." (Name) made an 'o' shape with her mouth, she got down on all fours and went for the deer; she rammed it in the head. He went back and went for her head again. They did this for about ten minutes before chasing each other around. Norway just sat back and watched with a smile on his face. He hear rustling in the bushes and turned around a great big buck emerged. He walked past Norway over to (name) she stopped playing with the baby deer and just stared at the much larger animal. The buck looked and saw the dead mother deer, then back to (name). He bowed down and smelled her. He then smelled the younger deer, the small one jumped around the older one; he nodded and walked away with the baby following.
"Wait," she called. They stopped in their tracks and turned towards (name) she ran up to the baby dear and gave him a hug, "Don't forget about me Uusi (Finnish for 'new'), stay with your Papa, he'll teach everything you need to know." She gave him one last head butt and he returned it. He walked off with his father back into the forest. Norway put a hand on her shoulder and smiled, she smiled back, and she took his hand and walked back to the house.
"There you two are, what took you so long," Finland asked setting the table with Sweden.
"Uusia asioita, papa, uusia asioita." (Name) smiled and walked over to the table, Finland looked at Norway and he shook his head telling him not to question it. Everyone sat down and had dinner, (name) looked out the window and saw a glimpse of a little deer and smiled at Norway, he nodded, Uusi things indeed.