Does anyone else find it odd and extremely sad that no mention is made of the stillborn baby girl born between Lillian Jr. and Fred in Lillian's autobiography? I can understand why the baby wouldn't be mentioned in CBTD (except in passing in the chapter "The Latest Model", although Lillian Jr. was actually 15 months old when the stillborn girl was born, not 4 months as in the book) because CBTD is a children't book, and the 13th baby would confuse people even more than the disappearance of Mary. But to not mention the baby in her autobiography is extremely sad. I also find it unusual that Frank Jr. chose to rearrange dates in "Time Out for Happiness" so as not to mention the baby (i.e., chapter 12 - states Lillian received her Ph.D. in the spring of 1914, and 3 days later Lillian Jr. was born. Actually, Lillian received her Ph.D. in June 1915, and 3 months later gave birth to the stillborn baby girl.) It's odd to read in both "Time Out For Happiness" and the autobiography that Lillian is mentioned as giving birth to 12 children so often, when actually she gave birth to 13 full-term children. Surely the dozen knew (after they were adults) that there had been a stillborn baby didn't they?