Today’s second glitch:
Do not use an apostrophe to form a plural. Parent’s means something belongs to one parent, whereas parents means, y’know, more than one parent.
Just the one baby, in all the world? Really? *shakes head* Change baby to babies.
However is the first word of a sentence; capitalize it.
Because it functions as a single adjective, government-funded should be hyphenated.
You live in a world where parents need to buy names for their babies. You and your wife are expecting your first child. However, you’re poor and need to decide whether to buy an expensive name or opt for a government-funded one instead.
(I don’t invent ’em; I just borrow ’em to help you wonderful people learn more about grammar and punctuation and stuff. If the premise of this example seems weird/nonsensical to you, be assured that it seems that way to me, too.)