When searching for a wallpaper to use on the baby in the yellow background, you need to think carefully about the colors and the symbols included. The baby in the yellow background is simply a representation of the narrator. Each time the baby in the yellow wallpaper changes its position, the narration is replaced by a different image, usually of an animal. Many people have used this wallpaper to represent the narrator as they leave the hospital, or after a new sibling has been born into the family.
In most instances, the baby in the yellow wallpaper is seen by the audience as being a representation of the narrator. If you were to translate the baby in the yellow wallpaper into the Chinese language, it would mean that this infant represents the woman behind the wallpaper. This woman would be the mother. This meaning gives the wallpaper a somewhat symbolic meaning. When you look at the Chinese characters that make up the wallpaper, they translate to mean “the woman behind the wall”.
This brings us to the second important part of understanding the baby in the yellow wallpaper; it can also represent the mother. To understand how the baby in the yellow wallpaper would represent the mother, you would need to look at the way the writer wants to portray the narrator's viewpoint. When the writer wants the narrator to focus on the baby, she uses the baby in the yellow wallpaper to symbolize the mother. The words at the bottom left corner read “how would you interpret the ending of the story yellow wallpaper”.
What is meant by the writer is that the baby is meant to represent the narrator, and the narrator is meant to represent the baby. To translate this back into English, the writer is trying to say that the life the baby leads up to the birth will be uniquely hers. In this case, the baby in the yellow wallpaper could symbolize the narrator's life before becoming pregnant. In addition, the writer is saying that the birth of the child will be a true story. If you read these two ideas closely, you can see that they are related, but not necessarily directly.
If you find that the writer is trying to make the narrator a hero and the baby a villain, then the meaning of the wallpaper becomes one about the narrator overcoming adversity. If you read it another way, however, you will see that the baby in the yellow wallpaper is meant to symbolize the mother overcoming her personal obstacles to give birth to the perfect child. This makes sense if you understand that the true story is not the story the narrator tells to the baby, but the story the mother tells to herself over again as she overcome each obstacle.
This is why you should always remember that the baby in the yellow wallpaper did not have a happy ending. You should also remember that the mother wants the baby to have a happy ending, too. It is up to the mother to let herself believe that the baby will be a happy ending, just like she is. It takes work. It takes love.
The most important thing is that the baby in the yellow wallpaper gives you a glimpse of how your life is going to be because of this new addition to your family. Because this baby, though unique, will not be the last of its kind. Your life will continue to change as long as you keep up with the yellow wallpaper and keep believing in the miraculous possibilities of parenthood.
All right, so the baby in the yellow wallpaper may not be real, but it is still as beautiful. Don't let that small flaw be a stumbling block to the joy and peace you are looking for. Continue reading, and don't forget to print out the wallpaper and hang it up somewhere so that you can see yourself with your child someday. And if you get tired of this wallpaper…