As Chase and Emily plan to go meet Kelly, there's an incident where Emily accidently breaks her laptop and literally acts like a baby because of it. Chase hears Emily and checks to see if she is alright, only to find not only is her expensive laptop broken, but on top of it is a ruined outfit and a full diaper. Ever since Chase adopted Emily, she knew Emily would need some flexibility because not only of her skillset, but her time as well. Yet to Chase, this would be a golden opportunity to fully baby Emily in ways that Emily could only see in her nightmares. As Emily finally sees Chase, a look of pale fear is shown on her face. She tries to say something, but Chase immediately shoves a pacifier into her baby's mouth and basically says this, "I've told you beforehand what happens if you misbehave. Now it looks like not only will your potty privileges will be stripped indefinitely, but I will also have to get a more appropriate wardrobe for your age. I think that dress we saw the other day will be the starting point, plus since you act more like a baby, I'll emphasize on treating you more like one". Emily could only be paralyzed with the combination of fear and embarrassment as to what will befall her. She could only hope that once she sees Kelly again, she could help her escape.
Kelly and Marie are done signing up for the baby beauty pageant, they then go back to their suite so that Marie can give Kelly an in depth conversation on what her life will be like during the pageant. When that conversation ends, Marie observes what Kelly is wearing and complains on what she should be wearing (basically feminine baby clothes). Kelly counters with a good point and goes to take a shower. Marie sighs, annoyed Kelly didn't see things her way. To help pass the time, Marie turns on the TV to pass the time. The commercial that she sees instantly draws her in. It goes like this; a woman pushing a baby carriage is cooing to the occupant inside, she then directs her attention to the center of the screen as if she's talking to Marie herself. She says a perfectly acted monologue on how a little is basically a baby, and says which store caters to her and her little's needs. Then the commercial goes on to show you a lavishly expensive store and their merchandise; adorable custom clothes for boys and girls, toys, changing supplies, baby carriages, etc. Marie couldn't help but comment on how cute and wonderful every aspect of the commercial is. Then as the amazon is about to leave, she tells her little to wave goodbye. Inside the baby carriage is a female little (about the same age as Kelly) wearing a lace baby bonnet, white frilly and lace baby dress, matching booties, and a white pacifier while holding a toy in one hand and waving goodbye with the other signaling the end of the commercial. After that beautifully inspired moment, Marie hatches a plan to tell Kelly that they need to go shopping, not telling her true motives. She informs Kelly, she's suspicious at first but waves it off. When they finally go to the store and go inside, Kelly becomes aware of what is going on and demands an explanation. Marie convinces her that this is the perfect place for ALL the supplies they need. Kelly begrudgingly accepts and leaves her fate in her 'Mama's' hands. Next thing you know, she's being whisked off to the changing room with an excited Marie. Sometime later, Marie is pushing her own baby carriage with two employees with massive recently bought supplies for her and her little Kelly. Marie coos at an obvious little laying down inside the baby carriage; she was practically wearing what the other little was wearing in the commercial, but with some minor differences. While the employees handle the merchandise, Marie tickles Kelly under her chin and says, "Consider this the first day of the baby beauty pageant", while Kelly pouts and sucks on her pacifier for comfort.
Hope these ideas inspire someone.