Marley and Me - Chapter Fourteen: An Early Arrival and Chapter Fifteen: A Postpartum Ultimatum Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen: An Early Arrival and Chapter Fifteen: A Postpartum Ultimatum Summary and Analysis

Jenny rouses John early one morning with the news that the second baby is on its way. She is having contractions every six minutes, but Jenny is only twenty-one weeks along. At the hospital, Jenny is given a labor inhibitor to stop her contractions and remains hospitalized for two weeks. John is left alone and Jenny's well-oiled household becomes a barely-functioning bachelor pad in a matter of hours. Jenny figures out what's happening and calls in John's Aunt Anita for reinforcements. At home, Jenny is on bed rest for the next twelve weeks, and there is little to relieve the monotony that leads to depression. Finally, Jenny is free of confinement. She immediately scoops up Patrick, plays with Marley in the...

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