FairytaleThe room was full of sunlight. Amy Pond sat cross-legged on a well-worn blue rug, her long red hair tied back in a ponytail, her face soft and calm as she smiled.Her daughter's hair was full of light, the soft curls so close to Amy's face she could smell the faint scent of baby shampoo. Melody looked up at her mother expectantly. Amy wrinkled her nose jokingly and opened the blue book."The prince was a wonderful being, his love so big that he needed two hearts just to hold it all," she read, her voice quiet in the nursery. "He made friends wherever he went, and he went everywhere on his quests. He was a different sort of prince, though. Instead of looking for treasure, he was looking to set wrongs right, to stop injustice.""Like Batman?" Melody interrupted, looking up at her mother.Amy smiled, thinking of what the Doctor would have to say about that. "Yeah, something like that," she said."Does he have sid
The Itsy Bitsy TARDISThe itsy bitsy TARDIS went through the temporal riftThen came the cracks and pushed the box adriftIn came the Doctor and sealed up all the cracksAnd the itsy bitsy TARDIS travelled again at last.