sarahbells wrote:There are a lot of parts in the book where you can tell that edward loves nessie.
1 when he hears her in bella for the first time that was amazing I think if he could of creid then he would of
2 when jake gave neddie the promise bracelet for christmas edward was not very happy about it but he kept inself under control
3 when edward finally finds out what bella was hiding from him, nessie went to him and just how he held her, you could tell that they loved eachtother
4 he was always trying to find history and a cure for nessie when they found out that she was growing to fast. he would not of been worried like that if he did not love her.
5 the biggest one is when bella and edward are talking and edward says that I got more then I deserve now. somewhere along the lines of my life is perfect now.
there are little parts in the book where it is shown that he loves nessie. I think he is a wonderful father but well so much other stuff was going on that there was no time to show it. also, we have to remember the books was in bellas prespectvie. she was worried crazy that they would all dye and that she had to find a way to get nessie out safley. bella was not in the right mindset to see the little things like how edward was a wonderful father.
Granuaile wrote:What I didn't get is that Bella just never really liked children all the way through Eclipse. If she had, we would maybe have seen how she felt about Claire in Eclipse at the bonfire scene, or SOMETHING! I knew that ANGELA likes kids before I knew that BELLA does! I thought it was kinda natural that Edward will sacrifice anything for Bella, even his child, but I would have liked to know more about him in relationship to Nessie.
G-Faerie08 wrote:FrostyJasper wrote:Honestly...I don't like how Bella and Edward have a child now. It seems that Bella was slightly neglecting Edward once Nessie came. And now Bella is like super mom...it just doesn't fit. I don't know...just my opinion.
You know..I actually kind of agree with you. Yeah it is a sweet aspect to the story and all, but I don't really see them as being a family. Regardless that Edward has lived over a 100 years, he is still a 17 year old boy for one and while he has a wealth of knowledge, I just don't think the maturity is entirely there. I don't really see him as being the fatherly type...and of course now Bella is "frozen in time" as well..Before she was changed, I didn't really picture her as the kind to be as motherly as she was, especially during her pregnancy. The whole situation was a very iffy thing for me as I was reading BD and to me seemed to be a bit of a stretch as some points.
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