Why did the fact that Joanne had her mother’s eyes disturb Jack?

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Jack was doing his duties as a father and trying to put Jo to sleep. He also had to help his pregnant wife in painting the woodwork. However, it was proving difficult to put Jo to sleep and join Clare downstairs. When he saw Jo's eyes, he was reminded of his multiple responsibilities. He felt tired and bothered with the weight of responsibilities.


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