I have long loved Part I of this (and am ashamed that I don't think I've mentioned it before), and I think Part II is an excellent companion and continuation.
I love the interaction between caring, loving adults and the play-acting children in both pieces. In the first, I especially liked Imrahil's musings on Thorongil and his premonition at the end; the line Faramir, youngest champion of Gondor; and the reference to G & S that you slipped in. (A tiny note: there is one extra quote mark in the paragraph that begins with "Truly?")
In the second, Faramir's loving fatherhood was wonderful to see; the competitive nature between siblings was well-done; and the little twist on the identity of the "pirate Captain" was great. Marvelous characterizations in such short works, and a very enjoyable pair of ficlets.
I'm glad you liked A Pirate's Life For Me!, DKP, and thanx much for commenting so enthusiastically! I had a lot of time writing a happy young Faramir and later, writing him as a father enjoying playing pirates with his own kids. I'm an only child, so I haven't had the benefit of first-hand sibling rivalry as an example, but Faramir's children more or less wrote themselves.
And I'm so glad you liked the Gilbert & Sullivan references - I simply couldn't resist!