A few months ago I posted a request for a specific de-aged Kirk story. I'm still looking for it.
Okay the story is Jim is de-aged by either the transporter or something down on a planet (I can't remember how exactly) and Spock finds out when he comes down to the transporter. Up until this point, Spock hates Jim because Nyota told Spock that Jim was a horrible human being. Spock actually tells McCoy in the story that he essentially thinks Jim is a horrible, immature person. Spock continues to somewhat hold this belief for 1-2 chapters in the story. (There is background Spock/Uhura in this story and Uhura actually hates when Spock begins to spend time with Jim.) Spock is also told by McCoy that Jim's mother died as the Captain of the Farrugat when Vulcan was destroyed.
As the story progresses, Jim spends time with Spock and does not like to be parted from him. Jim even manages to escape Nurse Chapel (who Jim was left with) to go up to the bridge when Spock just so happens to be talking to an Admiral. Spock chastises Jim for doing this and says children have no place on the bridge (echoing what the Admiral told Spock).
The last two chapters of the story (the last time I saw it), has Jim getting kidnapped off the ship by Orion pirates/some other set of aliens who are also holding Vulcans. Spock feels his parental instincts flair to life and goes after his "child." He finds Jim being held by a Vulcan female who is attempting to keep the child warm. When Spock gets Jim back to the Enterprise, he refuses to leave Jim's bedside. When Uhura comes in and states that he should just leave Jim, Spock states he will not and that they need to talk about their relationship.
Can anyone help me find this story? I last saw it on FF.net. (I know it isn't "You are my Sunshine.")