Not a great day yesterday - I get home from Muay Thai to hear my daughter screaming - she was playing with a ball, and bounced off the couch and into the sharp edge of the coffee table. Poor girl. We took her to the emergency room, where it took 3 hours and 15 minutes just to see a doctor, and she ended up getting 3 stitches. Here's the rub - weeks before, my wife in an often impetuous display, removed the child proof padding I had put on there from the table because it was "ugly". I made my feelings known, and that she would likely get cut if she banged into it and she removed it anyway. It would have definitely stopped her from getting cut, it was thick foam pipe insulation. Instead, my daughter will likely have a small scar on her forehead, not to mention all that she went through...(see that face)? In addition, our part of the bill was $300 (insurance covered the rest), which I am expected to split with her. I haven't yet, but I know she will expect me to bring this up and I'm torn on whether I should or not. I feel like this is her fault. I would have paid the $150 just to have her NOT go through that or me tearing up, as a needle goes into her head while I'm holding her down on the hospital table.