Little Earthquakes - July Ayinde Summary & Analysis

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July Ayinde Summary

Richard whispers for Ayinde in the darkness of their bedroom. She shushes him and tells him not to wake Julian. It's two-fifteen and Julian's been asleep for only an hour. Richard asks if she can move over, he's almost falling out of bed. She says no, she's afraid Julian will fall out. Richard asks why he can't sleep in his crib and Ayinde knows there's no really good reason that she can give that Richard will understand. So she just tells him he's happy there. Richard says he isn't happy because he's about to fall out of his own bed. She thinks of Priscilla Prewitt's book, saying that for thousands of years the family bed was the order of the day and it's still what makes the most sense. What's most convenient for the breast-feeding mom?

When Richard says they both...

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