A Familial Function (PG; Teddy/Roxanne, Victoire, 200 words): Given Teddy's "shyness," Victoire is only too happy to perform a familial function for Roxanne.
"So," Teddy said, as he stood with Victoire by the Christmas tree and watched Roxanne sulking in her jumper of many colours across the room, "do you think it's the clothes, or the company?"
Victoire followed his gaze. "Oh, that jumper! Grandmum means well, but no, I don't think that's what's keeping Roxy from having any fun. She's in love."
"That's . . . a thrill to hear," Teddy replied, while thinking, I thought she fancied me. "Who's the lucky bloke?"
Victoire issued a delicate little snort. "The charming idiot who's spending so much time with his old girlfriend that he doesn't realise he might have a new one."
Teddy's hair turned as red as his face. "You think so?"
"You are charming," Victoire replied.
"That's not what you said when we broke up."
"Yes, but that's because you kept staring at my cousin."
"And talking to her instead of me at family functions."
"But I'm talking to you now!"
"Yes, which isn't helping matters."
"So, I should talk to her?"
Victoire smacked Teddy upside the head. "Theodore Lupin! If you don't stop being 'shy' and take some punch to Roxy this instant, I will personally spell mistletoe up your bum!"