I'm torn: I like that she gave the survivors of the war their happy endings - in a way. I liked how she showed Harry, Hermione, Ron and Ginny all grown up, happily married and with families. But to me, that little snippet on the platform felt rush and didn't do much to portray what the rest of the wizarding world was like nineteen years after the war.
I didn't have a problem with the ending in terms of them growing up and having kids because it kind of gives wewe the idea that the inayofuata generation of kids will be able to live out their lives without the prejudice unlike their parents did. However I wasn't happy with the ending in terms that it felt rushed and just thrown together in a hurry.
My three inayopendelewa vitabu are the last three. OOTP, HBP and DH. I wouldnt change a thing about Deathly Hallows, it was sad and exciting, very thrill seeking book never knowing what is going to happen. wewe found out a lot about some of the characters wewe didn't know. Some of the facts where very shocking. Seeing Harry and Ginny , Ron and Hermione get married and have children of their own was very emotional- I'M A WOMAN okay! And when Harry bent down and told Albus Severus that he is named after the two greatest Headmasters Hogwarts had ever seen. I knew he forgave Snape and it made me Cry. Along with when Him and Draco met eyes and gave eachother a nod, despite their uchungu, chungu past. It was like The clouds of uncertainty had lifted and the Rainbows of Happiness finally came for everyone. - I know, that sounded corny. But that's all I could think of.
Jo's ending was perfect, because it was Jo's ending. Really, what would have made us happy? We're fanatical, and won't rest until we know every single thing Jo has ever thought of in terms of Harry's world. She knew this, so she included only what she wanted.