Amazing Drawings..BEAUTIFUL :)
They sit marveling at their unborn child. He can perceive in his mind the feelings of love of the child, and she listens to him, wrapped in wonder, as he explains how the child adores her and loves both of their voices.
For a short while, fear vanishes, haunting thoughts of horror and death are suspended, as they bond again over their renewed love and the miracle they've created. Sweet love and hope shelter them again as in a warm beam of sunlight, like a ray of summer gilding the cold, bare winter woods outside.
She wants his child, more than anything else, although it means she will surely die giving birth, and she wants him to love their child.
He wants her to live, more than anything else, so he hates the unborn child, because it is already taking her life away.
Love and hate, birth and death. Edward and Bella leave each other no choice. This is perhaps the only time in Breaking Dawn when they drift very far apart from each other, and love between them seems to die for a short while.
She wants to have his child - it's as vital to her as breathing, and she will have it even if she must die in the attempt. The child is like her inner light.
He cannot bear to lose her but he must accept her decision, and so he waits, broken and burning, wrapped in his own inner darkness.