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KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK♠ day 6 - most underrated momentOf course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again."Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK
day 6 - most underrated moment
Of course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.

What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again.

"Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.

It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.

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