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Francisco Alonso

Basic information

Birthdate: early 1970

Gender: Male

Species: Powerless-Wizard

Relationship status- widowed 

Life status- Alive

Parents

Walter Alonso

Anita Alonso

Siblings

Ursula Van-Pelt

Nieces and Nephews

Maddie Rueda

Sophie Van-Pelt

Melanie Rueda- great niece

Emily Rueda- great niece

Sara Van-Pelt- great niece

Hope Archer- great-great-niece

Phillip Archer- great-great-nephew

Sami Van-Pelt- great-great-niece 

Chance Archer- great-great-nephew

Children 

Emma Novoa

Andrea Archer (foster daughter- formerly.)

Jax Novoa (Son-in-law.)

Grandchildren

Jessica Novoa

Occupation 

Teaches ninth grade, tenth grade, eleventh grade, and twelfth-grade math at Iridium high school. 

Residence 

Mortal realm, Miami, Florida

Background information

Like his sister, not much is known about Francisco's past. He was once happily married to a Full-Witch by the name of Maria Alonso until her tragic murder in July 2000. He had not been home at the time of her murder. Francisco had a daughter with Maria named Emma, and for seven years had a foster daughter named Andi. After Maria's death, he had run into financial troubles and decided it would best for Andi to live elsewhere. He sent her to live with her biological aunt Jean Cruz. 

Every witch pregnancy

"I don't know what you've been doing or where you’ve been doing it, and I hope I know who you’ve been doing it with!” Francisco- Emma.

Personality

Francisco hated change and refused to accept it. This made him look like a jerk when his daughter Emma fell pregnant at fifteen and he began ignoring her and wouldn't let go of his grudge. He does have another side too him, which had has shown more than once.

Being the math teacher at Iridium high school

Francisco taught grade nine, grade ten, grade eleven, and grade twelve math at Iridium high school. He was often mentioned to be teaching or was mentioned to be in the background in his classroom and in the school. In the first chapter, Francisco was standing at the door greeting his students as they piled into his classroom- two of those students being Jax and Emma. Andi, along with Maddie and Gigi and Katie, were also in his tenth-grade math class during second period.

In the fourth chapter, Francisco talked with his students and told them that anyone who bullied the pregnant teens or their boyfriends would be sent straight to the principal's office. This was a new rule Ava had put in place for the protection of the pregnant teens.

Francisco's family life

Francisco didn't seem to have much of a relationship with his parents: Walter and Anita Alonso. His relationship with his older sister Ursula was strained as she was often on his case about how he was handling his daughter's teen pregnancy. Francisco had once had a stable and good relationship with his daughter Emma but that completely changed when he found out about her teenage pregnancy.

In the first chapter, Ursula called her brother who told her it was funny that she'd called since he had been about to call her to invite her and the girls over for supper. Ursula told her brother the news that Maddie and Sophie were both pregnant and went on to say the girls were happy about it and had lost their minds. Francisco jokingly suggested it might be best to reschedule that supper. He told Ursula to give the girls a good scolding for him. Ursula ensured that her daughters had plenty of scoldings coming their way.

In the first chapter, Ursula called her brother who told her it was funny that she'd called since he had been about to call her to invite her and the girls over for supper. Ursula told her brother the news that Maddie and Sophie were both pregnant and went on to say the girls were happy about it and had lost their minds. Francisco jokingly suggested it might be best to reschedule that supper. He told Ursula to give the girls a good scolding for him. Ursula ensured that her daughters had plenty of scoldings coming their way.

Ursula was always on Francisco's case about how he was treating his daughter Emma. In the second chapter, Ursula wasn't happy to find out how her brother had been treating his daughter. Ursula had been told by Emma how Francisco had been dealing with her pregnancy while giving Emma a ride home from school. Ursula scolded her brother and didn't take any of his excuses. Francisco didn't care what his sister had to say so it seemed. Later in the chapter, Ursula went as far as having their parents come give him a good scolding, which also had no effect him. In the fifth chapter, Ursula pointed out to Francisco that Emma had already lost her mother and warned him to not let her lose her father too. In the last chapter, Ursula told Francisco that he'd regret not meeting his granddaughter at the hospital when she was born. This was the first time Francisco had listened to his sister in this book as he did go to the hospital and even held his granddaughter when convinced by Jax.

Ursula and Francisco did have times where they just got along and hung out. In the eighth chapter, it was mentioned that Ursula was at her brother's house watching a movie with him. It was said that these two spending time together was not common but also not rare.

Throughout most of Emma's pregnancy, Francisco gave her the silent treatment and most of the time they did talk, it turned into a fight. This started in the second chapter when Francisco decided to stop driving Emma to and from school despite working at the high school his daughter attended. However, in the fifth chapter, Francisco put aside his grudge to carry-out his and Emma's Christmas tradition of watching old home movies from the time Emma's mother was still alive. At the end, he told Emma that no matter what, she was still his daughter and he would always love her. Emma replied that she knew that. Starting in the next chapter (chapter six) it was back to the silent treatment.

In the seventh chapter, Emma asked her dad if he thought her mother would have liked her to name the baby after her. Francisco told Emma that her mother would have been ashamed of her and disappointed in her and she wouldn't have supported her. Emma told him he was wrong and when he asked how she'd know that for sure, Emma told him that her mother had visited her as a spirit on Christmas night. Emma went too far by saying “I wonder why she didn't stop by your room too.” This comment upset Francisco so much that he told her to as her boyfriend's family if she could move in earlier than planed- if she could move in at the end of that week.

Emma's underage pregnancy

Francisco had been very trusting towards his daughter since she had started dating. When he found out about Emma's teenage pregnancy from Lily in the first chapter, Francisco was furious. He waited for Emma to return home and couldn't even look at her. He yelled at Emma and didn't care about what she had to say. He grounded her and he threatened to kick her out if she decided to keep her baby. He gave her until the end of her pregnancy to decide.

In the third chapter, Emma let her father know she was keeping the baby despite them not being on speaking terms. Francisco replied that it was up to her and that she knew what would happen if she kept her baby. Emma let him know that she was going to move in with Lily and Francisco stated that he figured as much.

The births of Emily and Jessie

In the final chapter, Francisco went to the hospital to meet his niece Maddie's newborn daughter Emily. He then went to meet his own granddaughter Jessie. Jax asked him if he wanted her hold and he replied that the didn't because he didn't want to get attached in case his daughter later decided to put Jessie up for adoption. After Jax used Ursula's trick of telling Francisco he'd regret not holding her on the day of her birth, Francisco gave in and held her.




Francisco's quotes

Every witch pregnancy

“I don’t know what you've been doing or where you’ve been doing it, and I hope I know who you’ve been doing it with!” Francisco- Emma.

“I don't know what you are talking about, but whatever it is, don't do it.” Francisco to Sophie

“Maddie, with me cut the crap, you ain't no princess.” Francisco to Maddie

“You seriously called our parents on me?” Francisco- Ursula

“You are still my daughter, Emma. No matter what, I will always love you.” Francisco to Emma










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