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Emma's Boston Apartment
Emma's Boston Apartment
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Emma Swan (formerly)
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Emma Swan (formerly)
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Emma's Boston Apartment is Emma's former home, back when she lived in Boston, before moving to Storybrooke.

History

After the Curse

Season 1

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Henry shows up on Emma's doorstep. ("Pilot")

On the night of the 28th birthday, Emma returns home to her apartment in Boston after successfully capturing a criminal by the name of Ryan. In order to "celebrate", she takes out a cupcake with a small blue candle in the shape of a star; she then sarcastically comments on having had "another banner year", before making her wish and blowing out the candle. Soon enough, there is a knock on the door and a little boy is waiting for her, revealing that his name is Henry and that he is the son she gave up for adoption ten years prior. He then bursts into her apartment and starts convincing her to come back with him to his home town of Storybrooke, Maine, telling her that if she doesn't then he will call the police and tell her that she kidnapped him - and they will believe him too because she's his birth mother. Emma sees the kid as good, and proceeds to take him home and listen to what he has to say about fairytales in his storybook being real. ("Pilot") Emma decides to stay in Storybrooke on a permanent basis and has all her stuff from her Boston apartment delivered to the loft of her new roommate, Mary Margaret Blanchard, who is surprised by how little the blond packs with her. ("The Price of Gold")

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