Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 715 - Giving Birth (3)[Updated at: 2021-01-14 17:21:03]
Chapter 715: Giving Birth (3)
Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
Having depleted all her strength, Bai Qingqing lost consciousness.
This made the three males in the house turn pale with fright and anxiously check for her vital signs.
Harvey said, “Prepare some food for her. She hasn’t eaten a thing for half a day, she must be famished.”
Parker immediately got to his feet and offered to do it. “I’ll go!”
There was still half a pot leftover from this morning’s stewed soup. If this were any other day, they would already have more or less finished it.
Gazing at this pot of soup, Parker couldn’t resist throwing a ferocious punch at it, denting the pot.
After venting his emotions, Parker flusteredly started a fire and heated the soup, then added some meat to make the soup thicker, before bringing it up the tree hole.
Bai Qingqing had gradually regained consciousness and was breathing feebly. When Parker came over with the hot soup, Winston immediately moved aside to make way for him.
“Qingqing, you must be hungry, right? I’ve stewed something for you to eat. Here, eat up,” said Parker as he crouched beside her.
“Mm.” Bai Qingqing’s response sounded like the moan of a mosquito.
Curtis helped her up to lean against his body, while Parker scooped a spoonful of soup, blew upon it, and tested the temperature with his lips, before feeding it to her.
Once the soup entered her stomach, Bai Qingqing’s body felt much warmer, as though the depleted strength had been restored by quite a bit.
Seeing their spouse’s countenance improve, the three males’ expressions relaxed a little.
Shortly after, the bouts of pain began again. Curtis, Parker, and Winston’s expressions turned nervous accordingly.
It wasn’t easy for her to finally break free of the horrifyingly intense pain; before she could even rest properly, she was seized by the pain again. Bai Qingqing ultimately couldn’t hold back the tears.
Sob sob… Even her sobs sounded very frail. Her blurry vision swept over Curtis, Parker, and Winston, and she said as she panted heavily, “I don’t think I can push the baby out…”
“Don’t spout nonsense!” Parker instantly howled. He had never faced Bai Qingqing with such an enraged expression before. Breathing heavily, he looked like he had lost all his rationality.
Laying a hand on her stomach, Winston comforted, “No, you’ll be fine.”
However, unbeknown to him, his face was filled with terror, making him utterly unconvincing.
Bai Qingqing looked towards Curtis and said, “If… if I can’t make it, just slice my stomach open and take An’an out… okay?”
It was times like this when Bai Qingqing really missed the modern age—to be able to give birth by cesarean delivery; natural birth was truly too horrifying.
Curtis’s blood-red pupils rapidly shrunk into a pair of scary vertical slits.
His aloof voice rang in the tree hole, sounding cold and heartless, as though he had no regard for his spouse’s life.
Curtis gazed at Bai Qingqing’s face and gently caressed the sweat-soaked curls on her face.
At this point, he only hoped that Snow could be free from all this pain; as for life and death, he really didn’t care.
In any case, if Snow died, he had no desire to live anymore.
Parker glared at him and let out a low angry growl.
Harvey lifted the blanket to take a look. Glaring towards him ferociously, Parker and Winston were surprised to hear Harvey’s delighted voice.
“I see the head now!”
Harvey was then shoved away by Parker, who squeezed into the blanket.
His muffled voice could be heard from inside. “Qingqing, the baby is almost out. Just exert a bit more strength.”
“Ooh!” Bai Qingqing tightly gripped the thing in her hand, feeling a piercing pain in her lower body, so much so that her brain felt numb.
She swore she had never been in so much pain before. In fact, she felt that even being bitten to death by a wild animal wouldn’t be as painful.
Mustering all her strength once more, it felt like a string had snapped in Bai Qingqing’s head as she blacked out and lost all consciousness.