Panel 1: We start off with Elly sitting at Anne's kitchen table drinking a hot beverage as Anne sits on the floor playing with Lizzie. Instead of clinging to Anne like a barnacle, she drops a ball into Anne's hand as Christopher, who is standing behind her, watches. Annie says, "Christopher will love having Elizabeth here, Elly!"
Panel 2: Elly smiles wanly as she holds the cup in her left hand and her head with the other as Anne stands up, pulls a smiling Lizzie up into the air and says "Mike will come over after school, and we'll be a big family!" This is, of course, because Anne makes motherhood look as easy as John thinks it is.
Panel 3: Elly is even less enthused as a beaming Anne crouches with both kids and says "They'll be in good hands, so relax. A change of scene will do you good."
Panel 4: As she watches Anne pouring contented children organic orange juice, Elly's face is frozen in the Bug-Eyed Glare of Existential Horror as she thought-bubbles "She thinks I'm irresponsible."
Summary: Actually, Elly, Annie thinks of you as someone who needs a reality check; from where she sits, you look like someone who'd whine about a free lunch.
[N.B.: We can probably expect to see modified dialogue in Panel 4 in order to mesh more closely with Lynn's odd views about working mothers.]