Stop It, She’s Remarrying! By Stellar Strands Chapter 116
“You’re still my wife right now,” he told her.
Yet, she ignored him.
He aggressively opened the wardrobe and looked at the two rows of clothes that had been neatly separated. His was on one row and hers was on the other.
He couldn’t find the one he wanted as they dazzled his eyes.
He was not a picky person. But for some reason, he wanted to wear something dark blue.
He instinctively turned to look at the blue silk shirt.
He wondered if it was because of it.
Either way, he didn’t want to think too much about it. He made a complete mess before he finally found the blue pajamas he wanted.
After wearing it, he returned to the sofa and read through all the receipts.
He then turned to look at the strips of pills beside her bag. It seemed like they had not been touched.
“Ms. Reid’s pregnant?” he asked.
Fia frowned. “What does that have to do with you?”
She no longer needed to take those medicines after her stay in the hospital. She forgot to get rid of them.
Fia rolled her eyes. She didn’t want to get Eileen into any problems.
“I’m not sure.”
She paused. She had searched for the medicine before this. Other than helping a pregnant woman keep her baby, Prometrium also helped with restoring normal menstrual cycles.
She quickly said, “Those medicines can help with restoring a woman’s menstrual cycle too. Eileen jokingly put it in my bag saying that it might help to have your child.
“Maybe, it’s for Eileen to improve her health. Not for miscarriage prevention.”
Conrad stared at the two strips and said nothing.
Fia then told him, “Don’t start talking to your cousin about it.”
Conrad said, “Even if she really is pregnant, I can’t be bothered to tell him.”
He then sat down by the bed and looked at her back.
“Fia, do you want a child?”
Fia didn’t know why he suddenly asked about it, so she threw the question back at him.
“Do you want a child, Mr. Maxwell?”
“I’m not a supporter of the DINK philosophy,” Conrad answered without thinking twice.
“But…” He paused and looked at Fia. “At least, it’s not suitable for us to have a child right now.
Ever since Esme came back, their relationship had been thrown into chaos. All the problems in their lives surfaced.
Even if she was not infertile, he would not want her to have a child right now.
Fia felt her heart throb in pain and she massaged her chest, asking, “So… You want to have a child with Esme?”
“Why do you like to make things up so much nowadays?”
“Go to bed!” She pulled the blanket over her head and didn’t want to speak with him anymore.
Conrad gave her a new phone from a major brand. The box was still new.
Fia gave it a look. There was a rose–colored phone on the box.
Her favorite color.
Conrad extended the box toward her and said, “I broke your phone. This is for you.”
“No thanks. Eileen already gave me one.”
Fia took out the phone that Eileen gave her and Conrad grabbed it the next moment.
He took out the SIM card from the phone and inserted it into the new phone that he got her.
“You’re not allowed to use any of her things.”
Fia raised her head and looked at him. She remembered how he would yell at her assertively in the past.
Conrad put the phone in her hand when he felt a bit uneasy from being stared at by her like that.
“I don’t want anyone to say that I can’t even afford to give you a phone.”
Fia held the phone tightly and blinked. “A perfect husband… is not a title that you can earn by giving me a new phone.”