The Mommy Wars Continue: Relationships Between Nannies, Working Moms And Stay-At-Home Moms
"Hey working moms: I don't want to socialize with your nanny."
It's the kind of complaint some mothers might think, but never say to another parent’s face. And that's probably why those words were posted behind the safe anonymity of UrbanBaby.com’s message boards last week.
"I want to socialize with others whose job it is to be with their own kids. I understand, many women don't have that luxury or sanity to be SAHM [Stay At Home Moms], but don't force your nanny on me," another mom said, echoing the original sentiment.
A spray of back-and-forth e-venom followed.
"We send our nannies so we don't have to spend time with you," one working mom posted. And another wrote: "Get a life loser."
Intense? Yes. Surprising? Not according to those who've spent time researching nanny-parent dynamics.
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