Chapter 1207: Interaction Between the Two Children (2)
The people she usually saw were all furry and their faces couldn’t be seen clearly. It wasn’t easy for her to see someone who looked exactly like her (No, you’ve thought too much. Only your body shapes are the same.) Words couldn’t describe Anna’s joy.
Bai Qingqing gave up in the end. She was very satisfied to see that An’an could be forced to crawl. She handed An’an to Anna.
“An’an still don’t know how to walk?” Molly squatted behind Bai Qingqing, her tone sounding surprised.
“En.” Bai Qingqing nodded helplessly.
She felt that An’an was actually very normal, but it was just that she had been affected by scorpion poison when she was young. Scorpion poison could cause hallucinations, and she was constantly affected by those hallucinations when she was building her perspectives. It could be the case where the world was no longer normal in An’an’s eyes.
She would stare at some things quietly, her eyes swirling for no reason as if something on those things was attracting her.
Maybe she would be able to turn An’an back if she was given more time to teach her patiently.
It was just that…
Bai Qingqing suddenly thought of the drawings she had seen in the past done by artists with mental illnesses.
There was an artist who loved to draw cats. After he got sick, the cats he drew looked very adorable. It was as if the world in his eyes seemed to have changed. The cats he drew changed gradually. As his mental illness became increasingly serious, the change to his drawing style became increasingly obvious—those drawings seemed to present various types of strange forms in terms of either color, structure, or some other perspectives. Every cat had complicated lines that made them look like a map.
There was also an artist whose arts were filled with densely packed circles. According to her, this was how the world looked like since she was young. She had also been scolded and beaten up by her mother many times as a result of that.
Bai Qingqing was very worried that An’an was in a similar situation. The facts showed that this seemed to be the case.
She had a strong interest in standstill objects, resulting in her being not interested in many other things. Only food and light could bring about reactions from her.
Molly only had a child herself, and she didn’t know if An’an was normal. However, she was still very happy to see that her child was more amazing.
“Sigh, An’an is really docile.” In order to console her dejected friend, Molly suddenly spoke with a hint of envy.
“Anna is extremely naughty and torments us all the time. Moreover, her father isn’t around. Otherwise, I’d make her father move her to the upper level. Sigh, I only wish for her to grow up quickly and move out.”
Bai Qingqing smiled but felt envious about the “torment” she described. If only An’an could torment her like that. She’d be willing to accept it no matter how troublesome it was.
The two adults squatted there and chatted while the two children ran off again, with one chasing the other.
An’an was probably very irritated by Anna. To avoid her, she actually found a tree trunk with a rotten hole and stuffed her head inside it, sticking her b.u.t.t up high facing Anna.
Anna refused to give in. She hugged An’an’s waist and tried to pull her out. It was like a game of pulling out the carrots as she kept on making sounds that no one but her understood.
Bai Qingqing saw how pitiful An’an was and went over to bring her out.
An’an’s gaze was unprecedentedly enthusiastic as she looked at her mommy. Her short hands tightly wrapped around her mommy’s neck, looking like she wouldn’t let go even if she were to die.
Bai Qingqing patted her back in amus.e.m.e.nt and then said to Molly, “There’s water in the tree hole. An’an’s clothes have gotten wet. I’ll bring her back to change first.”
Molly immediately said, “Hurry back, then. Don’t let An’an fall sick from the cold.”
“En.” Bai Qingqing smiled, then walked together with Molly toward the males.