Lindsey
Greenwich, Connecticut, US
5 years ago

Nanny cams /dropcam

My friends just installed a nanny cam, which really surprised me as her nanny is lovely and the kids adore her. However, the more women I speak to, the more it seems like this is a totally normal thing to do. I think it starts the relationship off on the wrong foot, I wouldn't hire anyone I didn't fully trust to look after my kids and don't feel comfortable spying. BUT, the 'mom guilts' kicking in that I'm being irresponsible not having one?! Am I being too trusting? Would love your advice!
Nanny cams /dropcam

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4 years ago

My daycare doesn’t have cameras and I don’t even feel the need to drop in unexpectedly! I wouldn’t leave my child with someone I felt I needed to spy on, but I think they are fairly common.

4 years ago

I won’t use one. I feel it’s a breach of privacy! If you have to monitor your children’s child care when you’re not home you probably need a different child care provider.

4 years ago

Trust No One

5 years ago

I’ve got two installed in our home... I don’t feel bad at all about checking it throughout the day.

5 years ago

When it comes to my baby I wouldn’t think twice about using a nanny cam. My baby’s well being and safety is far more important than the risk of offending someone.

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