Attachments (Rainbow Rowell) Symbols & Objects

Rainbow Rowell
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The Baby Gap clothes

At the start of the novel, Jennifer is ambivalent about pregnancy and for most of the story remains ambivalent, even when she becomes pregnant. Yet her feelings are not as clear-cut as they might seem. Even Beth cannot predict that Jennifer is thinking about what it would be like to be a mother in a positive way. When Jennifer reveals that she has been secretly buying girls's clothing from Baby Gap and hiding them from Mitch, Beth is shocked. Even Jennifer does not quite know why she does this, but doing so makes having a child go from some abstract concept to an idea, a future that is much more possible. The Baby Gap clothes show how Jennifer is conflicted about having children but at the same time thinks there might be a small part of her that would welcome it.

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