That'll have to be later; right now, Elly has to be in two places at once.
Panel 1: We start off with Elly CUT-CUT-CUT-CUTting some blue fabric; Lizzie is in the background yelling "MA-MA!!"
Panel 2: As she prepares to pin up the garment she's making, Lizzie yells "MA-MA?"
Panel 3: This changes to "MA-MAAAAAAA!!!" as Elly starts to thread a needle.
Panel 4: A needle she drops when Lizzie yells "POO-POO!!"
Panel 5: A ticked-off Elly rushes off to change her daughter. If she'd asked earlier what Lizzie wanted, she could have avoided having to change a soiled child; too bad that she's stupid.
Summary: On its own, this is a slice of life that most, if not all, caregivers can identify with. As part of the pattern we've seen, however, it's just another brick in the pointless negativity wall. This is because Lizzie will be blamed for her mother's ineptitude and stubbornness.