Found at the URL shown the Columbia University article from November 2005 about an "Eco-shower", not a "Baby Shower" but a Mother Earth "Eco-shower".
Key phrases include:
"refrain from bringing gifts..."
"receive meals that could be frozen"
"slightly rowdy entertainment at Doliner's shower"
"It was too civilized."
"decided to bury a leftover from the home birth"
"the placenta that Doliner had stored in the freezer"
(along with the gifts of meals received?)
"Doliner now refers to her baby shower guests as the "merry witches of Eastwick"."
On Google Book Search is the book "A Community of Witches" by Helen A. Barger.
On page 90 it discusses the Witch Ritual of burying a placenta.
On page 93 it discusses the Witch Ritual of Adolescent Sex.
Given the "slightly rowdy entertainment" admitted by foster mother Doliner, does the future hold for foster child Sabrina, the Witch Ritual of Adolescent Sex?
What action will be taken by the Assistant United States Attorney Steve Kaufman, husband of the "Green Backs for Green Causes" fundraiser Doliner, if his wife is revealed to be really a "Green Meanie" or a "Green Witch" performing Witch Rituals with the daughter from her own womb, and also the foster child, daughter of Nancy Hey?
Outrageous conjecture Doliner screams?
How many "normal women" do YOU know who put an afterbirth organ, the placenta into the family freezer and later in a "slighty rowdy entertainment" with the "merry witches of Eastwick" bury the placenta in the yard in the completion of a Witch Ritual?
And while this is BAD ENOUGH, the real FRIGHTENING PART is the woeful lack of judgment by the so-called "professional" Child Protective Service social workers of Arlington County.
How many more CHILD SNATCHING outrages are the Arlington County social workers committing against good and normal, if not politically connected parents in Arlington?