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The Girl Lost In Time

The Girl Lost In Time

46.7K Reads 2.3K Votes 18 Part Story
Meg By LadyOfTheStars902 Updated Jul 13, 2015

Amelia and Rory Pond, reunited in the 1930s, are expecting a baby. They rejoice the fact that the chance came and a healthy girl is born. Elthia Pond grew up about 80 years too early. She was told and retold about this Doctor, but the only doctor she knew was her dad. Finally, she runs into the elusive Doctor, fitting the exact image of the stories. Anxious to learn more, Elthia hitches a ride into her own century, but what happens when the Doctor finds out about the new Pond?

  • 11doctor
  • claraoswald
  • doctorwho
  • ponds
  • timelord
allthemfanfics allthemfanfics Nov 02, 2017
Y’all Amy probably told Elthia that River is her aunt because she’d probably be confused if she was like ‘yeah this is your older sister who looks older than both your father and I. Plus River, Amy, and Rory never really behaved like they were parents and child y’know?
BooksAreAnything BooksAreAnything Jul 11, 2016
Why are there no other comments on this? I am not okay with this. SHE KNOWS HIS NAME! THATS LIKE, INTIMATE STUFF. Nope. I'm done. I'm noping so hard right now. You can't see my face, but this is my nope face.
totally_pengwing totally_pengwing Nov 21, 2015
Why when I read this an image of 11th in a pink dress and with wings popped in my mind?
KathleenPeek KathleenPeek Apr 20, 2015
beautiful name for the baby. happy you gave The Ponds another chance to raise a baby.
celestialasher celestialasher Nov 16, 2014
I love the name! Elthia Pond, sounds awesome! The bright green eye thing is a mystery, and I know ur gonna torture us with this because you're an evil seahorse. Update soon, this story and WOAR! <-(Have to point out that Waiting on a Rival looks awesome shortened lol)
epika123 epika123 Nov 16, 2014
This is awesome! But, quick science fact edit, a baby's eyes are blue when they are born. People with brown or green eyes technically have a genetic mutation that becomes prominent after a few months.