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Chapter 1112: This Was Not Something She Wanted to Consider

Xia Yuwei looked at He Xiyan. She truly meant what she said earlier and she had also promised Mo Yixuan that she would put in a good word for him. She didn’t think that Mo Yixuan was a terrible man. In fact, he was the best man she knew and at the very least, he had sincerely treated her well and given her enough money to live the rest of her life without worrying about money running out. He had also raised Ye Ye on her behalf for five years.

She was grateful to him.

He Xiyan smiled wryly but she didn’t respond.

It had been so long that it didn’t matter to her whether or not Mo Yixuan was doing well.

She didn’t want to think about her past relations.h.i.+ps.

She picked up her bag after several sips of coffee and rose to her feet.

“I’m sorry, I’ve got something to attend to, so I’ll have to leave first,” she said.

She didn’t want to talk about a past that she didn’t even want to remember with this woman, neither did she want to talk about a man she no longer loved.

The only people she loved at the moment were her closest relatives – her children and her sister.

After He Xiyan turned around, Xia Yuwei added, “You might want to consider starting anew with him even if it’s for the sake of your child.”

She heard Xia Yuwei’s words but she didn’t respond and continued to walk out of the cafe.

She had considered this matter but ultimately decided that it was impossible because Yuan Yuan wasn’t her only child.

She didn’t want to even think about getting involved in another relations.h.i.+p for the rest of her life.


It was dusk by the time she returned to the castle.

She carried her bags of shopping into the house and these bags mostly contained stuff for her children. She had only purchased a pair of shoes for herself.

Yuan Yuan and Xi Xi had already returned home and they were practicing their writing like well-behaved children.

“Mom…” Yuan Yuan immediately picked up something on the table when he noticed that his mother had returned.

He handed it to her and said, “Dad asked me to pa.s.s this to you.”

He Xiyan saw that it was a box wrapped in paper so she couldn’t tell what it contained.

She accepted it and brought it up to her room.

She guessed that it was probably food. Both her ex-husbands would occasionally get the children to pa.s.s her gifts. They had initially tried to give her expensive jewelry but she rejected them all. She would either send it back to their company and hand it back to them in person. Later, they started asking the children to pa.s.s her food or pretty decorative items.

She unwrapped the paper box and saw that it was a box of chocolates. This used to be her favorite brand of chocolates in the past and it wasn’t expensive at around 200 dollars a box.

She placed the box on the table and didn’t turn it down.

She would accept all gifts of food and she would eat the food that her ex-husbands gave her once in a while or pa.s.s them to Qin Xiaoyu to redistribute them among the maids.

She went to the study room and watched her children do their homework.

“Yuan Yuan, help me sharpen my pencil,” Xi Xi said. She had already finished writing the first page of her homework and she was now practicing the Chinese character for ‘to look’. It was a very difficult character with many strokes, so it took her a long time to write this character.

Yuan Yuan picked up the sharpener and quickly sharpened her pencil. He couldn’t help but steal a glance at her paper when he placed the pencil back in front of her.

Her handwriting was extremely ugly and her lines resembled squiggly worms.

“You should first practice by writing on a copybook,” Yuan Yuan said loudly as he threw a copybook toward his sister.

He Xiyan stood beside Xi Xi. She didn’t have to worry about Yuan Yuan because he would get full marks each time. His handwriting was also very nice and he would read books and do his own homework after school each time, so she didn’t need to worry.


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