As if from a dream, a bloodied bed holds the body of a pregnant, Frida Kahlo. Her eyes are closed in bed but on either side of the bed are drawings of both herself and her husband. Her eyes are open, his unfinished. One baby lies on the bed posed and connected with symmetry to his mother, one arm bent, the other slightly straightened, legs crossed. Another baby is still in the womb. The dream sequence is the focus even more as a background scene depicts a set of doctors working on an adult figure on a tilted stretcher. Possibly the stretcher is tilted to hold the baby in position in the womb, signifying some signs of distress in the pregnancy. Assumptions would lead the viewer to believe that the concern was for the health of the blossoming family. Kahlo balances her current reality with what was hopefully her future by suspending the characters throughout the space.