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   Chapter 4 Are You Going To Let Us Sleep Or Not

Sweet Twins: Indulge in Daddy's Love By Mitten Characters: 7167

Updated: 2020-03-17 00:11


"But Aunt Nancy, I don't have a mommy. All the children have a mommy except me..." Bobby's voice became softer and softer as he spoke. In the end, he pouted unhappily and looked at Nancy.

He really didn't like being without a mother.

It was the main reason he didn't like going to kindergarten either.

The boy's voice pulled at Nancy's heartstrings. She forced a smile and said, "Fine, but you have to promise that you'll only call me 'Mommy' when there's no one around, okay?"

"Okay, Auntie, Mommy, Mommy, Aunt..." Bobby blabbered incoherently in a rush of happiness. "I have a mom now! Mommy...I'll sleep with you tonight. I'll tell you stories and protect you. I'm a real man, I can do it."

Nancy chuckled and picked him up. "You're so young. Mommy should tell you stories, right?"

"Okay..." Bobby agreed sleepily, putting his arms around her neck. After tucking him into bed, Nancy began telling him a bedtime story.

Soon, the boy drifted off to a sound sleep in her arms.

However, Nancy was more awake than ever. As she looked at Bobby's fair little face, she thought of the child she had given birth to and wondered where he was now.

Would he have a mother holding him in her arms like she was holding Bobby?

Her heart ached as she wondered about her biological son's whereabouts. Unfortunately, she had signed an agreement to never ask about his whereabouts or search for him in the future. There was nothing she could do about it now, no matter how much she missed him.

While she was lost in thought, a loud series of knocks sounded on her main door.

"Open the door! Now!

Bobby, are you there?" boomed a man's voice from outside.

Nancy immediately jumped off the bed and ran to the door before opening it in a daze.

There was a group of people gathered in front of her house.

The moment she opened the door, two men stepped in and pushed past her.

"Jay, tie this woman up."

The man who had uttered these words was none other than Charles. He had hurried to the airport to meet Jay after getting the news of Bobby's disappearance. Without any delay, the two of them had perused the surveillance videos to see what had happened to Bobby.

To their surprise, they found that he had disguised himself as a dirty homeless boy to hide from the search party.

He was such a sly little boy!

When they watched further and found that Bobby had been taken away by two women, they had been gripped with worry because they didn't know whether the two women were good people or not.

By the time they found where Bobby had been taken to, it was past midnight.

"What are you doing?" Nancy asked in a panic as strangers entered her house and even attempted to tie her up!

By this time, Charles had rushed to the bedroom.

Awakened by all this commotion, Bobby sat up in bed and rubbed his eyes. When his vision cleared up, he saw his father sitting in front of him.

"Bobby, how are you?" Charles asked nervously.

Unexpectedly, the moment Bobby saw Charles, he covered himself with the quilt and whined, "I don't want Daddy. I don't want to go with Daddy..."

"Silly boy! You just came here with some strange woman. What if she had sold you away? I'm taking you home right now."

"She would never do that! She's my mom, the best mom in the world. I finally found her. I don't want to go home with you," Bobby said in a childish voice.

Charles couldn't help but lose his temper after hearing this. Bobby usually disliked any woman who came close to him. How could he call this woman "mom" after being with her

for such a short time?

What a scheming woman she was!

He abruptly lifted the quilt and lifted Bobby up.

"Bobby, listen to me. You can't stay here. Do you understand? Grandma is waiting for you at home. Come back with Daddy!" Charles said impatiently.

However, his authoritative tone only upset Bobby even more.

Lying in his arms, the boy kicked and hit him, while crying, "Mommy, I don't want to go! Mommy, help!"

After he heard his cries, Charles's face darkened.

On the other hand, Nancy's heart sank. She finally realized why these people had barged into her house.

This little guy had a family after all.

"I'm not a human trafficker. I picked him up near the airport. Let me go!" she snapped. She was already a bad-tempered woman, but she had become even more vexed after hearing Bobby's cries.

"Wow, miss, you are so good at picking up kids! I've heard of people picking up wallets, but this is the first time I've heard of someone picking up a child. Since you're so talented at picking up people, why don't you choose someone your own size, like me? If you pick me up, you can gain something else at least. If you pick up a little kid, you'll just get into trouble. Understand?" Jay said, mocking Nancy. She looked so delicate that it would be great if she brought him home and spent the night with him.

Nancy glanced at Jay with disdain in her eyes and snorted.

Talking to a man like this was the last thing she wanted to do.

"Sir, please don't scare the kid. I will explain the whole thing to you. All right?" Nancy said with sincerity, trying to make her voice softer even though she was fuming on the inside.

Charles's eyes finally fell on Nancy's face.

This woman... He frowned, realizing that she looked a lot like the woman he had dreamed of.

Was it a coincidence or something else?

"Let her go!" Charles ordered in a low voice.

"Got it." With a snicker, Jay released Nancy's arm.

"Mommy..." sobbed Bobby.

"Stop crying. Do you hear me?" Charles gave Bobby a pat on his butt.

He didn't even know how the woman who had given birth to Bobby looked like. And Bobby had never gotten along with any women either. It didn't make sense for him to call a strange woman "mom" so easily.

"Sir, he's just a kid. Don't take it seriously." Nancy rubbed her aching arm and walked over.

She raised her hand to stroke Bobby's little head and said, "Don't cry, Bobby. You're a man. You're brave and strong, right? You told me that you can protect me, didn't you?"

Bobby blinked his eyes shrewdly. Of course he was a brave and strong man.

However, in the face of his intimidating daddy, crying was his most effective weapon.

He wiped his tears with his fat hands and said, "I won't cry as long as Daddy doesn't take me away."

"You're trying to make a deal with Daddy, huh? You've grown up, haven't you?" Charles barked, about to take Bobby out of the house.

Tears immediately welled up in Bobby's eyes again.

At that moment, shouts of annoyance came from the neighbors. "So noisy! What's wrong with you guys? Did you have a fight in the middle of the night?

People are sleeping here, you know?"

"Hey, go far away with your crying baby!"

Blushing in embarrassment, Nancy said softly, "Sir, I'm sorry for bringing Bobby here without your permission. I didn't know that he had a family. I swear I'm not a bad person. My name is Nancy. I just came back from abroad today. I'm a doctor at a municipal hospital." Then, she took out her ID card and continued, "You can have a look at my ID card..."

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