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April 20, 2012
My four year old eats quinoa every Tuesday at her preschool for snack. Wednesdays they get carrot soup for lunch. Fridays they bake bread. She's lucky to go to a school that sees healthy food as integral to her growth and development, and we're lucky we can afford to send her there. Because, of course, this school is a private one. Well, obviously it's private as we don't have free preschool in this country, but that's another blog post. Today's post is about how wrong it is that when my daughter goes to kindergarten, there's not a chance in hell that her food will be anywhere near as healthy...
November 12, 2009
Click Here to See Video! A few months ago, when I was starting my third trimester with my second child, I finally resolved our hospital bill for our first baby. She was born in the fall of 2007. I was hoping we’d have better luck the second time around, but it wasn’t to be. This video is the story of our ludicrous battle with our insurance agency---they insist we should have obtained prior authorization before going into the hospital. Evidently, the nine-plus months of prenatal visits weren’t enough warning. Maternity visits generally don’t require prior authorization since birth is a bit…...