(Strip Number 167, Original Publication Date, 26 August 1981)
Panel 1: As Elly finishes labeling Dot-Eyed Button-Nosed Doll-Boy Michael's school supplies, she smiles and tells him that his name is on his books, pencils, shorts and sneakers.
Panel 2: As she hangs one of his sweaters in a closet, she supposes that she's put his name on everything he has.
Panel 3: As she puts his socks and underpants away, he tells her that he put his name on something she forgot.
Panel 4: As he lifts up his pajama top to reveal his name scrawled all over his chest, he says 'ME!!'; Elly's response is to roll her eyes in mild annoyance.
Summary: This is because she has occasional flashes of awareness that her children don't think along the same lines as she does; they never last long but she does have them.