Sally: Uh, where does Hope keep the extra diapers?
Wyatt: What? If you went through all the extra diapers in the nursery, I mean, we got problems on our hands.
Sally: Ah. Your uncle thinks he’s so funny. Oh, no. No, I wanted to restock them before Hope and Liam got home, you know, just so they didn’t have to do it whenever they got back.
Wyatt: Well, then let’s just, let’s look at the list.
Sally: What list?
Wyatt: The list that Hope gave us with all the instructions. I mean, I’m sure it tells us where all the extra diapers are, right? It’s just I gotta… gotta find the list. Uh-oh. Sal…do you–do you know where the list is?
Sally: I didn’t know there was a list.
Wyatt: Did you put it somewhere?
Wyatt: The list! Where did you find it?
Douglas: You put it on the fridge so you wouldn’t forget where it was.
Wyatt: That’s exactly what I did. Thank you. Uh, diapers now. Where are the diapers?
Douglas: Right here.
Wyatt: That’s–yeah. That’s exactly where they are.
Sally: Yeah, I could use one of him around our house.
Sally: Wyatt is always losing something.
Wyatt: Especially disagreements with her.
Sally: Ha. Ha ha ha ha.
Wyatt: Ha ha ha ha ha ha. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Right?
Sally: Well, according to this, it is time for Beth’s nap.
Wyatt: Sure doesn’t seem very sleepy. Maybe we could fudge on the nap time?
Wyatt: Or not.
Douglas: Hope says naps are important.
Sally: And Hope is right. They are.
Douglas: Liam usually rocks her in his arms. She likes that a lot.
Wyatt: Well, that’s exactly what we’re gonna do, right?
Sally: You know, Douglas, Wyatt and I haven’t looked after a lot of babies, and it can be kind of intimidating even with babies as sweet as Beth. But with you here, it has been easy-peasy.