Dear Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice
I know that you both specialize in very dramatic dramas and that natural birth and natural parenting may not seem all that dramatic to you when compared with high risk scenarios of cesareans at 23 weeks and c-sections followed by hysterectomies. But if you were to allow a different perspective in to help write your pregnancy and parenting stories I am certain that the change will also be felt in your now fading ratings. Let Charlotte, in another expression of her humanity, do away with the hospital nursery with the isolating window and decide once and for all that all babies "room in" at St Ambrose. Let Mark practice kangaroo care while Callie awakens from the coma. And let Callie, after open heart surgery and brain surgery, nurse her babe against all odds (assisted by Mark of course, because she can't really move her arms) and let her breast milk save her tiny baby. Perhaps Addison will turn out to be the natural mom who, even though she's the high-risk OB who performs c-sections by day, has a home birth and nurses until her only child is three and Meredith will put her career on hold and become a stay-a-home mom. Given these changes in programming, we would love you even more. Loved the musical, by the way.
Your loyal viewer