Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 990 – She placed the baby down and checked his diaper. However, he had not peed or pooped.
Madeline was worried that something might have happened to the child. She picked him up and was ready to take him to the hospital.
“Linnie, let me try,” Jeremy begged. “When I held him just now, he didn’t cry.”
Madeline looked at him coldly. “If you hadn’t come in, he wouldn’t have woken up at all. I spent so much time putting him to sleep. Why did you come in?”
Madeline grumbled. Despite knowing that the baby might be crying for other reasons, she did not have the capacity to face this man.
“Linnie, let me hold the child. Really, he didn’t cry when I carried him just now,” Jeremy begged again.
However, Madeline did not let him hold Pudding. On the contrary, she scoffed.
“So you know he’s your son now?”
“Jeremy, I don’t blame you. I really don’t blame you for losing your memories. I just hate that you lost your humanity after you lost your memories.”
She tried very hard to control her emotions.
“The nurse told me that after you went into the room, the baby’s face turned purple and he went into shock. I really couldn’t believe that you’re able to take action against such a young child just to make Lana happy.
“After that, I went to see you and what did you do?” Her eyes were red as she stared at the man who was looking more and more remorseful. “You choked me and asked me what my child has to do with you? What does he have to do with you?
“I was the one asking for trouble. I was the one asking for all this trouble. Why did I fall in love with a man like you…” Madeline mocked herself and smiled bitterly. She lowered her head to look at the crying baby as more tears streamed down from her face. “Pudding, I hope I can be like you, to have no worries. I hope with all my might…”
When Jeremy heard Madeline talking to herself, he felt like he had no right being here.
He turned around with tears in his eyes. When he got to the side of the door, he covered his face with his hands and sobbed.
Madeline and Jeremy cried silently with a door between them.
If there was no love, they would not be in so much pain.
However, they loved each other to the bone. As such, they would feel as intensely even when they hated each other.
Jeremy stood at the door for a very long time. He kept waiting until the child stopped crying and until the depths of night. Eventually, he left when he made sure she had fallen asleep.
However, the moment he got out of the door and into the car, Jeremy felt his consciousness drifting again. There were a lot of weird images in his head, and he felt extremely uncomfortable.
He suddenly wanted to smoke. He wanted to smoke the cigarette that Lana gave him in the past three months.
However, after he regained his memories, he did not touch anything Lana gave him. He had already thrown away those cigarettes a long time ago.
Jeremy suppressed his urges. He tossed and turned in his car for the entire night and only fell asleep groggily in the wee hours.
However, after about two or three hours, he heard Lillian’s sweet voice. Then, he woke up and saw Jackson and Lillian. They were holding hands as they got into the school bus to go to school with their backpacks.
On the other hand, Madeline drove away shortly after.
Jeremy saw Karen holding a one-month-old Pudding as they strolled around the lawn. Then, Jeremy stepped on the accelerator to follow Madeline.
He had not been sleeping well these days, and along with the combination of those weird feelings, Jeremy’s vision started to get blurrier.
Then, Jeremy started seeing ridiculous things in front of his eyes. He saw Madeline smiling bashfully as she reached out her hand to him while displaying her dimples. “Jeremy, let’s start over.”
Jeremy reached out his hand to hold Madeline with a longing glint in his eyes. “Okay, Linnie. Let’s start over.”
Madeline was driving when suddenly, she heard a loud c***h behind her.
She turned around and saw a car crashing into the divider island. Then, a b****y hand was seen from the car window. When she saw the ring on the ring finger, she felt something tug on her heartstrings.