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   Chapter 296 Who Told You to Elope with Me

Trapped with the Doctor By Bai Cha Characters: 7614

Updated: 2018-10-28 15:50


Angela was holding Nancy's three-month old daughter in her arms. Arvin smiled as he watched the tender look in Angela's eyes. In his mind, he pictured Angela's tender and loving face when she would hold their own sons.

"Honey, come here. Look, how lovely Nancy's baby is!" said Angela. She was approaching her time of labour, so it was easy to bring out her motherly feelings.

In the past few months, taking advantage of her loss of memory and using his own methods and charm as well, Arvin had successfully tricked Angela into getting back together with him. They looked like a newly married couple who were madly in love with each other. He had also succeeded in having sex with her when she was in her seven-month pregnancy.

Arvin put aside the flowers he had bought for her, stood by her side and looked carefully at the baby in her arms.

The baby looked so cute with a chubby face, a pair of closing eyes and a babbling mouth.

Arvin gently touched her face and said, "Baby, call me father*."

(*TN: here father means sworn father)

Nancy tittered, while Angela rolled her eyes at him and said, "She's just over three months. Do you think she is able to call you father*?"

Arvin kissed Angela's face and asked, "How are you feeling now? Any signs of labour?"

"None." Angela shook her head.

As Nancy was an experienced woman now, she asked Angela, "Why are you staying in hospital so early? There are still a few days before your expected date of delivery."

Nancy remembered that Angela's expected date was on next week...

Angela glanced at the man next to her and complained, "One week earlier! I have never seen him require the other pregnant women to stay in hospital so early. But why do I have to start so early?" Moreover, she was in a good health. She didn't feel any discomfort in her body.

"Because you are different from the other women." Arvin answered her simply.

Then, some moments later, Arvin cautiously held up the baby in Angela's arms and said, "Your belly is so big now. It's not good for you to be carrying the baby for so long."

He didn't want Angela to get exhausted.

The two women looked at each other, speechless and amused.

Arvin and Angela treated Stanley and Nancy to dinner in the hotel that evening bec

already the most important pregnant woman in the hospital, so as soon as Arvin carried her to the delivery room, Sven stopped his work and came over.

Sven frowned as he looked at his sister's pale face. He asked, "Why so soon?"

For most women during labour, the pains of uterine contractions would increase gradually. But Angela looked to be in so much pain that it seemed her water might break sooner rather than later.

Arvin changed into his asepsis doctor's gown as quickly as he could and said in a low voice, "My twin sons are in such a hurry to come out."

"These two brats! I'll have to teach them a lesson when they come out. How dare they let my sister suffer so much pain!" said Sven. Sven had hoped that the twins in Angela's belly were going to be a set of girls, but his wish was in vain. When he thought of the twin boys in Angela's belly, he felt like punching someone.

Arvin had finished putting on his gown, and when he saw that Sven was about to change into his asepsis gown. He asked, "What are you doing?"

"Going in to help you."

The next moment, Sven was pushed out of the dressing room. "I don't need your help. I can handle it on my own, " said Arvin.

Not giving Sven any chance to protest, Arvin pressed the button and closed the door of the delivery room.

Sven put his hands on his waist and yelled angrily, "Hey! Arvin, you mean guy!"

But then, his anger subsided all of a sudden as he thought of that Arvin would also have two sons but no daughter just like him.

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