SB 9.14.11

mamāyaṁ na tavety uccais
 tasmin vivadamānayoḥ
papracchur ṛṣayo devā
 naivoce vrīḍitā tu sā
mama — mine; ayam — this (child); na — not; tava — yours; iti — thus; uccaiḥ — very loudly; tasmin — for the child; vivadamānayoḥ — when the two parties were fighting; papracchuḥ — inquired (from Tārā); ṛṣayaḥ — all the saintly persons; devāḥ — all the demigods; na — not; eva — indeed; uce — said anything; vrīḍitā — being ashamed; tu — indeed; — Tārā.
Fighting again broke out between Bṛhaspati and the moon-god, both of whom claimed, “This is my child, not yours!” All the saints and demigods present asked Tārā whose child the newborn baby actually was, but because she was ashamed she could not immediately answer.