The Fox and Bunny Awaken is a story by PrinceBalto.
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Nick and Judy's morning routine


Nick and Judy's morning routine in the year prior to the birth of their son.


Saturday morning dawned over Zootopia. In Nick and Judy's apartment, Nick was the first to awaken. His eyes opened as the sunlight peeked through the window. He yawned, stretched and then laid back. Judy was still asleep, but she woke a moment later. Nick smiled at the sight of his wife as she yawned. He loved being married to her. Judy's face was all puffy and adorable.

"You have the most adorable, puffy morning face," he said.

Judy managed her first smile of the day.

"Ha-ha, very funny," she said as she pulled the covers off.

She then hugged Nick.

"So, how did you sleep?" she said.

Nick smiled.

"Perfectly," he replied.

Judy then let go.

"Well, let's go take our showers and have breakfast. We have that big event at the museum tonight," she said.

Nick nodded and they headed to the bathroom. Nick waited in the living room as his wife showered. When she was done, he went next. After that, Nick prepared a breakfast of coffee and toast and they had breakfast in bed. Judy was so happy that she was home with him.

"I love you, Nick," she said.

Nick smiled. He loved being in love with his wife. Sure, he once had a fiancee before Judy, Roxy Redfur, but he had long forgotten about those days. Judy was his one true love. She looked at him.

"You make great toast," she said.

Nick let his mind drift to that night.

"Tonight will be fun...dining, dancing, your company," he said.

Judy smiled flirtatiously.

"I will be wearing that red dress you like," she said.

Nick nodded.

"I do love it. It goes so well with your purple eyes," he said.

Judy sighed. She was so lucky to have gotten a guy like him.

"Well, what do you want to do today? It's all up to you, queen of my heart," he said.

Judy thought about it for a moment.

"Well, I would enjoy going to the shopping center for a bit," she said.

Nick nodded.

"Then it is done," he said.

Judy had never been more pleased during the morning.