Brenda wakes up, alone in bed this time. She calls for Maya. There's no answer. Brenda gets up and walks down the hall to Maya's room and looks at the sleeping hump next to the spinning night light, and proceeds to the living room, where Willa's crib is now. Late Nate is holding Willa next to the crib, next to his father, saying that Willa's beautiful. Late Nate, Sr. looks up and tells Brenda, "Hi. We've never met. I'm Nathaniel." Nate carries Willa over to Nate and says, "I love her so much. And I always will." Brenda smiles and takes the baby before another edit leaves Willa held by nobody and plummeting to the floor. Nate gives Brenda a significant look, and leans over Willa for a kiss. Whatever. I don't buy the theory that Brenda is "more open" to Nate's feelings when she's asleep, because he woke her up earlier in the episode. I think she's just finally realized that Willa is going to be okay. And so is she, now that Ruth has offered to help. Some more. I don't see why she had to drag Nate into it.
Just then, Willa gives a little squawk. Brenda wakes up again, and looks down at Willa lying next to her, unaware of the danger she's in from getting squished. Babies in their little baby hats, dude. So cute. Sometimes I kind of miss when M. Small had to wear a hat all the time. But now his favorite word is "Dad," so it's a good tradeoff. Fade to white.