Jim and Pam snuggle in her hospital bed watching the baby, and politely decline when the nurse offers to take her to the nursery for the night so they can get a little rest. What then follows is a whole montage of them fumbling with the useless little creature as the night goes on. Pam seems to have trouble with the breastfeeding, even when Jim tries to show her how to push it out. He can't possibly be serious, but I think he is. He secretly buzzes the nurse, and when she comes back to bring the baby to the nursery and maybe give her a bottle while she's there, Pam frets about nipple confusion. "Oh good, you know everything," the nurse deadpans. She promises to bring the baby back later. Pam thinks it'll be good for Cecilia to socialize with the other babies. Now it's she who can't be serious, but is.
Michael calls Erin into his office, and Kevin jumps out from behind Michael's office door. "I would like you to meet your new boyfriend!" Michael announces. "Yes!" Kevin says happily. Wow, Michael, presumptuous much? Kevin is about to move in for a kiss until Michael tells him to wait for the cookies to cool before he pops them in his mouth. Michael suggests the two of them have lunch together, and Erin agrees. Then she asks to talk to Michael in private. After Kevin leaves the room, she tells Michael she likes Andy. Michael claims to be worried about Kevin and his enormous heart. "Literally, he has an elephant heart." Erin buys it, and agrees to lunch. Again. Poor Erin.
Jim and Pam are joined in their double room by another couple and their new baby. This new family seems to have a lot more success with the breastfeeding. Just what Pam needs to see.
Dwight now has a whole crew demolishing Jim and Pam's kitchen.
Erin tries unsuccessfully to make lunch conversation with Kevin, but it's like watching a houseplant being chatted up by a slightly more interesting yet not interested houseplant. The camera spots Andy watching them from behind a plant. Andy babbling-heads about his long plant-hiding history before admitting that he was jealous of Erin and Kevin.
A hospital guy comes into to Jim and Pam's room, offering the services of a lactation consultant. And in fact, he's it. "Got milk?" he "jokes." He draws the curtain, and Jim has to sit there while this dude undoes the front of his wife's hospital gown and gets right in there for some hands-on demonstration of various techniques. That seems to work for a bit, but no sooner is he gone than Cecilia falls off. Jim offers to help reattach her, but Pam thinks that would be weird. "That makes sense," Jim mutters. "I'll just go get the other guy." I know we're supposed to feel bad for Jim and all, but all I can think about is how poor Creed missed his calling.