Here is a pretty solid short story by Rich Feitelberg. Overall this is a superior story but although I was planning on giving this story a Rhein Rating of 6 as I read it, I wasn't particularly satisfied with the ending and I dropped it down to a 5. I just felt that there was a certain build up that was taking place during the story that wasn't completely resolved in the rather abrupt finish (the mystery of the baby has to be explained in a way that makes the reader go, "of course!").
There are also a couple little details here and there in the earlier parts. For example, I think a baby crying should be described rather than shown as dialogue ("Waaaa" tends to take the reader out of the moment). The pacing could be tightened up a little bit here and there as well.
The reason I'm going into such detail is that I think this is a very good piece, and with a few minor adjustments my guess is that you'll be seeing Rich Feitelberg's work appearing in the paying markets very soon. So, without further ado: