Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1155 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1155

After Serenity and Zachary were done eating, he said to his wife, “Seren, bring Sonny and sit over there. I’ll collect the dishes.”

Zachary would do chores at home, so Serenity was used to it. Since Zachary told her to bring Sonny to sit on the sofa, she carried Sonny over and sat beside her sister.

After she was seated, three people looked at her.

Her sister and her sister’s former in-laws were staring at her.

Serenity was puzzled. “Liberty, why are you guys looking at me like that? Is there food stuck on my face?”

She touched her face, but there was nothing on it.

“Serenity, how can you let Mr. York clean up the dishes and do household chores?” Mrs. Brown scolded Serenity.

“When a man returns home after working outside for the entire day, you should take care of him properly as his wife. Men will like returning home if you let them feel the warmth of family.”

Serenity understood why the three of them stared at her.

She said, “My sister took good care of your son in the past too. Could he not feel the warmth of family? Or did he dislike going back home because he had another woman?”

Mrs. Brown was rendered speechless.

Serenity set Sonny aside and gave him a lecture. “Sonny, you should learn from Uncle Zak in the future. He’s what it means to be a good man.”

She added, “My husband’s nana also told me to let my husband do more chores. We own the family together. I’m working too. Why should the wife do all the household chores? Why should the wife be a free housekeeper and serve the whole family?

“Zachary and I split the work between ourselves and do household chores together. No one is superior to the other.”

Mr. and Mrs. Brown were speechless.

They honestly did not expect that the great Mr. York would be willing to wash the dishes and do household chores.

From a woman’s perspective, Serenity was very fortunate and enviable.

After some time, Mrs. Brown reached her hands out to Sonny. “Sonny, let Grandmom carry you, okay?”

“No.”

Sonny turned his head and was unwilling. He even climbed onto his aunt’s lap and sat there.

“Sonny, your dad said he’ll bring you to look at tigers at the zoo tomorrow if you follow us back for a short stay. Do you want to go?”

Going to the zoo had always been on Sonny’s mind. However, he still insisted, “I’ll go if Mom goes.”

He looked toward Liberty and asked, “Mom, are you going to the zoo tomorrow?”

“I’m busy in the morning, but I can accompany you to the zoo in the afternoon.” Sonny said to his grandparents, “I’ll go with Mom.”

No matter how much Mr. and Mrs. Brown persuaded Sonny, he refused to follow them home.

In the end, Mr. and Mrs. Brown left Liberty’s house resignedly.

Mrs. Brown regretted that she never came from her old house to help care for Liberty after Sonny was born. She did not help to raise Sonny either, so Sonny was not close to them.

Sonny did let them embrace him and called them Granddad and Grandmom. However, whenever they wanted to take him away, he would refuse to follow them.

The child was close to whoever raised him.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown had been raising their daughter’s children all along. Their daughter’s children were close to them, but they were the Repton family’s grandchildren.

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