(Original Publication Date, 25 April 1991)
Panel 1: We find ourselves at Anne's place watching Elly complain that she'd forgotten what it's like to be the mother of a newborn. She'd forgotten how hard it is to get up every three hours at night all night long.
Panel 2: She'd forgotten how your whole world revolves around the baby, how much time they take and how much work they are.
She'd also forgotten dumping the baby on a child as soon as possible but that's not material today.
Panel 3: What is material is Anne gushing about how cute they are.
Panel 4: Elly gets bleary-eyed with despair when she says "That, I remember."
Summary: Back when Richard was small, Elly made a nasty comment about babies being cute on purpose to keep from getting killed. That warm and lovely sentiment still colours Lynn's feelings about kids.