can u write something in which Lily finds out that her father was Marius Black - a squib?
Second time I got this request, so I guess I’ll give it a shot.
Lily didn’t fancy the idea of having all four of the Marauders at her house at the same time. At Hogwarts, there was room for them, and not physical space for them, they weren’t too large to fit into the Evan’s modest sized house. It just seemed like their personalities took up too much room and made Lily feel the need to stand against the wall, out of their way.
Sirius was lounging on the couch, with his feet resting on the coffee table, tossing chocolate candies into Peter’s open mouth, James was having Remus explain to him just how exactly the television worked, while flipping through the channels at lighting speed. They weren’t being particularly loud or obnoxious, and still Lily was nervous.
Both of her parents were getting on in years, her dad turning sixty next year and when you couple that with his weak heart, Lily worrying about the Marauders being a bit too… Marauder-esque was entirely warranted.
"I just don’t understand," James was crouching down behind the television now, inspecting the electrical socket. "Why does it stop working when you take this thing out of the wall?" He pulled on the cord and marveled at the screen as it faded black.
"Didn’t you pay attention at all during Muggle Studdies?" Remus asked, taking the cord out of James’ hand and plugging it back in.
"Don’t let him stick his fingers in the outlet." Lily laughed, only half joking as her boyfriend knelt even closer to the socket. She heard her dad’s car pull into the driveway and her heart picked up. "He’s here!" She said, rushing over to Sirius and pulling on his arms, forcing him into an upright position. "Peter, pick up those candies!" He complied quickly. She rushed over to James, and helped him to his feet.
Of course, Mr. Evans had already met James a number of times, but Lily was still worried that her dad would suddenly change his mind about him. She tried to flatten his hair a bit and James pushed her hands away from his head, ruffling it back up.
"It looks worse when you do that." He said.
"Trust him," Sirius laughed. "He spent almost three hours trying to get it to lay flat for yo-" Sirius was interrupted when a pillow hit him in the face.
"No!" Lily hissed, taking the pillow away from Sirius and setting it right on the couch.
"Lily! I’m home!" Her dad called out as he walked through the front door.
"Sit!" She pointed to the couch and James, Remus and Peter all promptly joined Sirius. Sirius even managed to sit up straight and look like a proper, authority fearing youth. They all did. Lily was quite proud of them.