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A Cue for Love Chapter 691

A Cue for Love Chapter 691

Keep An Eye On Your Mommy

Natalie spent three days at the hospital.

Before leaving the hospital, the medical experts who studied her CT scan report were astonished by the results. What they did not know was that Natalie had not only taken their medicine, but she had also applied the needling technique for two consecutively days to purge the blood from her skull.

On the day of discharge, Samuel cleared his schedule to bring Natalie back to the Bowers residence.

Once they got home, the four little children immediately surrounded her. “Mommy, you’re finally home!”

Xavian, Clayton, Franklin, and Sophia stood in a row and looked at Natalie with their sparkly eyes.

“I miss you so much, Mommy!” Sophia hugged Natalie’s thigh, and her eyes started turning red.

The other three little ones, too, started shoving each other aside to compete for a space to hug Natalie.

Clayton bit his lower lip and said, “Mommy, I know you’re busy, but don’t forget to rest!”

Franklin raised his brows and said, “Let Daddy do all the hard work. We can rely on him to bring money home to our family. Mommy, all you need to do is relax and stay pretty!”

Xavian rolled up his sleeves and said, “Do you have any cravings? Tell me what you want to eat. I’ll make them for you right away!”

Natalie was touched by these adorable children. The immense joy the quadruplets brought to her was indescribable.

“I was tired at first, but after seeing all of you, I feel much better.” Natalie smiled and shook her head. “Daddy and I had missed your birthday two days ago, but I’ve not forgotten about it. We’ll organize a party to celebrate your fifth birthday. All of you don’t be mad at Mommy, okay?”

Upon hearing that, the four children exclaimed in joy, “Yay! Yay!”


The party tonight would mark their very first birthday celebration as a family.

In the evening, the Bowers residence was decorated with neon lights and macaron-colored balloons. Natalie had also prepared a large strawberry cake with five candles for them.

The dimly-lit house was illuminated by the candle lights.

The reflection of the candle lights could be clearly seen on the rosy cheeks of the four little children. They folded their hands and made their birthday wishes while standing in front of the candles.

After blowing out the candles, Samuel turned on the lights in the living hall.

Both Samuel and Natalie started wishing the children. “Happy birthday, Sweethearts!”

“Happy birthday, Sweethearts!”

The four of them looked at Natalie before taking another glance at Samuel. Never had they imagined that this would happen before their eyes. Their wildest dream had finally come true!

“What is your birthday wish?” Natalie asked them.

Franklin exchanged looks with the other three, and they answered simultaneously, “I wish we could live happily as a family for the rest of our lives!”

“I’m sure your wish will come true.” Samuel stroked their heads gently. “I lost your Mommy five years ago because I was too full of myself. From now on, I’ll keep an eye on her and make sure she doesn’t run away from us.”

“Okay, Daddy! We trust you!” the kids said.

Samuel nodded.

Natalie’s eyes gleamed with bliss. She was delighted to hear that.

She took out four gifts and handed them over to the four children. The gifts were four caricature watercolor paintings she painted herself.

Sophia took on the role of a princess in her painting, whereas Franklin was depicted as a serious CEO. While Xavian was painted as an IT expert, Clayton appeared as an artistic photographer in his painting.

Natalie did all four paintings when she was recuperating at the hospital. She had spent two days capturing the children’s unique features and characteristics.

“Thank you, Mommy. We love it!” The four little ones were thrilled to receive the paintings as their birthday gifts.

All of a sudden, they heard footsteps and the sound of a walking stick approaching.

“I heard you’re holding a party for my great-grandchildren. How could you forget to invite me over?”

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