dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Sunday, 16 May 2021

The one where Elly plops April in John's arms because she thinks that the wicked baby is the same sort of ass Mike is.

Synopsis: We see April giggling away happily at nothing in particular like babies just do when she is handed off to a baffled John by a furious over nothing again Elly. Since Elly is self-conscious, sees children as enemies trying to destroy her and doesn't understand childhood development, she assumed that Cruel Evil Baby Who Asked To Be Born To Tie Her Poor Mother Down And Cancel Her Freedom was laughing at her as she exercises.

Summary: This sort of crap is why Elly is bad at parenting: she's too ready to assume the worst and not at all ready to give people the benefit of the doubt unless it makes her look good to people she wants to impress. Also, we're reminded that Farley is Primary Caregiver because he's smart enough to know when the Living Bomb is about to explode again.
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