Wow, last time we heard from Sarah Wildman, she was writing an incredibly insightful article for the New York Times stuffed with the wisdom of hard-found parenting experts on how parents in these New Depressionary times really might not need to be buying so much fancy stuff after all.
Good thing, because they'll need every dime to placate the hospital bill collectors after their expensive, deceptive, bait-and-switch insurance company denies claims for $22,000 in totally typical maternity, labor & delivery charges.
There oughta be a law.
Health Insurance Woes: My $22,000 Bill for Having a Baby [doublex.com]
For Firstborns, Secondhand Fits the Bill [nytimes]