Fences Act two ,scence three

How does Troy convince Rose to accept the baby?  

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Three days later, Rose sits on the porch waiting for Troy to come home in the evening. Troy enters carrying an infant wrapped in blankets and they stand in silence. Troy tells Rose that the baby has no mother, but Rose is indignant. Talking to the baby, but speaking loud enough for Rose to hear, Troy says that he feels no guilt for what he has done because, “it felt right in my heart.” He pleads with Rose to take in the baby because she is family and is all he has. Rose concedes and tells Troy, “this child got a mother. But you a womanless man.”