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Dad asks if he's wrong for reporting nursery worker who shamed his wife for working long hours.

Dad asks if he's wrong for reporting nursery worker who shamed his wife for working long hours.

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Accusing someone of being a bad mom is no small potatoes. Moms face criticism from every corner no matter what they do. If they work, there are naysayers that will claim they don't spend enough time with their kids, if they stay home - they'll be expected to keep an impeccable home, despite the destructive nature of young kids.

Sadly, some of the worst calls come from inside the house, and the judgement of other parents or childcare workers can compound the impossible pressure moms already face.

Having a partner who backs you up can make a world of difference in the world of parenting.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a man asked if he was wrong for writing a negative review of a nursery worker who shamed his wife.

AITA for making a complaint against a nursery worker due to how she reacted to my wife picking our kid up?

OP shared that his wife is a doctor, and she's been working long hours during COVID, so he's been homeschooling their daughter and picking up their son from daycare.

My wife (36) and I (37M) have 2 kids, a daughter (8) and a son (3). My wife is an essential worker as she’s a doctor. She works extremely long hours with hardly any days off whilst I work a typical 9-5 job so I’ve always taken care of arranging the kids for school and care etc.

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