The boy kept quiet but Sebastian didn’t mind, he saw that as the proof that it would indeed bother the male when he would live somewhere else instead.
Finally, after a long moment in which the man had merely stayed there with Ciel in his arms, silently – and if it hadn’t been for the little tension due to the topic it would have been greatly enjoyable – the other hugged back.
“Hmm, why would I want to considering moving out now though?”, he started, voice mildly bantering, “Because you are shattering my last nerve or because you are stealing my cat’s attention from me?” A chuckle followed, the man meaning nothing of it, not really, that is.
With a disgruntled expression Sebastian let himself being pushed away a little, allowing the other to wash out the rest of the shampoo. The kiss was accepted happily, the ravenette pressing back into the caress as one hand reached out to cup the back of Ciel’s neck to draw the moment out a little longer.
Even though it had been mere minutes, the male got the thought that he could spend all day with the boy like this without wanting to do anything else.
However, he also could feel how the water grew cold slowly and it wouldn’t be pleasing to stand there for much longer.
Pulling away with a small sigh, he stretched to turn off the water, shaking his head to let it drip from his hair before climbing out to get himself and the younger a towel. His own was wrapped around his waist and he approached the shower once again, leading Ciel out as well before he began to dry him off without seeing the need to ask. Sebastian started at his hair, lightly rubbing the towel over the wet locks before continuing on his shoulders and torso.
“I should cook something for you then, you haven’t eaten for a while already.” The comment was coupled with a little poke to the boy’s stomach, “I don’t take no for an answer either.”
As he was being dried off he couldn’t help but to laugh. “Wow, thanks mom.” He teased. Ciel swatted the older males hand away from his stomach and shook his head. “I’ve eaten…whenever I found the time to.” He huffed. “And I wouldn’t even think of arguing over it since I know you would never take no as answer. I’ll just be wasting my time.” He lightly slapped his face before taking his towel away from his waist and throwing it over his head.
Snickering, Ciel left the bathroom to go get dressed in his room. He pulled out everything he needed before slipping them on. The clothes felt a little bothering at first but he got used to it as he moved around in them. Glancing over to his bed he couldn’t help but to laugh. They were a mess. Little stains of blood and sweat laced together. They were no good anymore and they were his only good pair of sheets. He would have to change them for one of his old ones.
Walking to his closet he pulled them out. They would be too small for the bed but he guessed he had to find a way to work it out. Walking back to the bed, he took off the sheets to replace them with the new ones. Balling the dirty sheets up into a ball he threw them into the hamper. All he could do was to hope he could at least get the blood out, if only a little.
Humming lowly in agreement, a pleased little smile crossed his face. “True. Maybe your stubbornness is rubbing off on me.”, Sebastian countered, a laugh escaping his lips as he pulled the towel off his head again.
Quickly the man dried himself off as well, heading to his room to get dressed. He was indeed quite lucky, for his room was perfectly fine and he snickered to himself at the knowledge that Ciel’s bed wasn’t quite looking as it should.
And some of his clothes were lying there still, too.
Shrugging, the male put on a shirt on a comfortable pair of pants since he didn’t think that they would leave the apartment anytime soon anyway and then, he attempted to get his hair in order as well.
When he was ready the ravenette made his way to Ciel’s room, seeing that he was about to out on new sheets onto the mattress but they didn’t seem as though they would truly fit. Gathering his clothes from the floor he approached, garments tucked under his arm as hands grabbed the boy’s shoulders to lead him out of the room and into the living room, pushing him to sit down on the couch where their shirts were picked up, too.
“I’m right back then.”, Sebastian told him, leaving the room once again to bring the clothes away but when he crossed the young male’s room, he couldn’t help but peek inside only to find the soiled linen in the hamper. Chuckling quietly as he shook his head, the man stepped forward to pull the sheets out again. When the boy would notice this now he could always say that he wanted to wash them, couldn’t he?
When they were put away in his room he headed to the kitchen, finding enough to make a proper meal in the fridge.
Ciel didn’t even try to argue when he was ushered into the living room and pushed down onto the couch. It seemed like Sebastian wasn’t going to let him do anything. But he found this okay. Relaxing back into the couch, he grabbed the remote and turned the TV on. There wasn’t much but he managed to find something to keep his mind from drifting as Sebastian prepared the meal.
As he watched he could feel his eyelids start to drop. He hadn’t realized how tired he was until now. Ciel thought that the other wouldn’t mind if he just took a small nap while he cooked. It wasn’t like anything was going on at the moment that would be reason for him to stay up. So he let his eyes close and he drifted off into sleep.
Sometime went by when Ciel finally opened his eyes. He found himself on the couch and in a daze. At first he didn’t know why he was there but when he lifted himself off of the sofa he remembered. He laughed at himself as he made his way into the kitchen, his hand in his shirt, rubbing his stomach. He hadn’t realized how hungry he was until the smell of food hit him. “mmm.” He came up from behind Sebastian to wrap his arms around his waist. “Smells good.” He placed a light kiss on his neck.