The 99th Divorce - Chapter 2143 - Adult Manting and Young Manting
Chapter 2143: Adult Manting and Young Manting
He sounded stiff as he said this; he was still visibly shaken by what had just happened.
This made Shen Manting sob even louder and wailed out, “Since you don’t love me anymore, I might as well leave with our son. Why did you still bother to look for me?”
Despite how bright the sun was, the breeze blowing was slightly chilly and Shen Luo’an was worried that both his wife and child would feel cold.
When he heard what his wife said, he broke out laughing.
Shen Manting felt slightly guilty when she heard him laugh and her cries softened. She then wiped her eyes and cautiously asked, “What are you laughing at?”
“I’m laughing because my wife is so adorable,” replied Shen Luo’an as he reached over to pat her head. He then pulled her up to her feet firmly before continuing, “Let’s head home. My heart will ache if you freeze from the cold.”
As Shen Manting’s current personality was that of a 12-year-old child, he had to coax her like how he would coax a child.
This was the most appropriate and harmonious way for them to get along well with each other.
Shen Manting felt like Shen Luo’an was back to his old self again. She continued to weep even as she stood up, she then reached out to him, signalling him to carry her.
Shen Luo’an smiled and he quickly picked her up, carrying her like a princess.
Shen Manting stopped crying and began to giggle as she clung tightly onto his neck.
Shen Luo’an’s heart filled up with tenderness and he smiled as he looked at the submissive woman before him. “You’re not angry anymore?” he asked softly.
“Hmgh!” Shen Manting snorted and she turned her head aside. Her body quivered as she started to sob once more.
Nanny He finally caught up with them. “Young people certainly run fast. Let’s go. Xiao Yue’er, let’s head home,” she wheezed out, panting heavily.
Xiao Yue’er pouted in envy as he looked at Shen Luo’an and Shen Manting.
He also wanted his father to carry him.
Nanny He could tell what the child was thinking and she chuckled before saying, “Let’s head home first.”
It was the sound of a car horn.
A familiar-looking Porche stopped right next to them.
After the window of the passenger’s seat was wound down, they saw Shen Zhilie’s face.
Shen Zhilie heaved a sigh of relief when he saw them there and he told them to get in, “Get in. Don’t freeze from the cold.”
Shen Luo’an did not object and carried his wife into the car before proceeding to sit at the back of the car while Nanny He and the little boy sat in the passenger’s seat.
This street wasn’t too far from their house and so they reached home quickly. When they arrived, they saw Ye Qianqian pacing up and down the front of the house.
Ye Qianqian let out a sigh of relief when she finally saw Shen Zhilie’s car returning home; she could see all of them through the windows of the car.
After Shen Zhilie parked the car, Ye Qianqian went up to him and said in a low voice, “Did Brother tell you about it yet? F***, I had the shock of my life!”
Due to the arrangements of their house, Shen Zhilie could only check Shen Manting’s condition in Shen Luo’an’s room where it was relatively cleaner and more spacious.
After a round of questions, Shen Zhilie could finally figure out Shen Manting’s current condition.
He had done in it such a way that it would not seem too suspicious, Shen Manting did not realize that she was treating him like his patient.
They ended their chat on a light-hearted note and when Shen Zhilie came out of the room, he saw Shen Luo’an fixing up a new puzzle with his son.
This time, it was a 24 piece puzzle that depicted the map of China.
Shen Zhilie merely glanced at it before saying, “Brother, come into my room for a moment.”
Ye Qianqian who was nearby heard this too and she quickly stood up as she said, “I’m coming too!”
Shen Zhilie glanced at her before retreating quickly into the room, he did not voice out any objection.
Ye Qianqian was the last to enter the room and so, she conveniently closed the door behind her. She then waited for Shen Zhilie to share his diagnosis.
“How is she?” Shen Luo’an asked.
“Her case is relatively rare. Sister-in-law seems to be acutely aware of Sister Manting’s emotions,” replied Shen Zhilie. He then took a booklet out and continued on with his diagnosis, “Right now, they’re two separate individuals. Let’s call them Adult Manting and Young Manting.”
Shen Luo’an and Ye Qianqian looked at each other as they heard this.
“Adult Manting seems to be completely unaware of the existence of Young Manting. It is the opposite case for Young Manting, she could even deduce the time which she regained consciousness.”
Ye Qianqian and Shen Luo’an were both stunned when they heard this.