I've heard a lot of people say they aren't fans of the epilogue in Deathly Hallows. I've never understood this because I was a huge fan from the moment I read it. Then again, I'm a sucker for happy endings. I love finishing a book and knowing all (or at least most) of the characters end up happy. The epilogue gave me that, and I love it.
This is a little embarassing to admit, but around the time of Order of the Phoenix or Half Blood Prince (I can't remember which exactly) I'd already come up with a bunch of kids for a lot of the characters. (I've always been a little proud that I actually gave Remus and Tonks one son, and I made his middle name Remus.) I loved reading about their kids, and I loved that they were all happy. I honestly don't care if it was a little cheesy. Harry and the others deserved that after everything they'd been through.
I was really happy with the ending. Other than having a few less people die, I couldn't think of a better ending. (I do understand that people had to die though.) I was happy with all of the couples at the end, which isn't surprising as I tend to support canon couples. I had kind of thought about Neville and Luna being together, but I wasn't so into the idea that I was dissapointed. Overall, I thought it was a brilliant ending. I still smile everytime I read it.
Did you enjoy the epilogue? Is there anything you'd change about it?