When it comes to taking care of one's child, a parent would want to make sure that their child is in good hands. Nowadays, there are a lot of households with both parents working or single working parents which means they won't always be at home to watch and take care of their children.
Some parents opt to hire a caregiver or nanny but that doesn't always give one assurance that things are all well in good with their child. That's where nanny cams come in which allow parents to monitor their children and their nannies just to check that things are going well.
However, there are some points to consider when one installs nanny cams, especially with regard to privacy, security, and trust. The question now is: should you tell your nanny? Pure Wow enlisted Sheri Reed, a child care editor for Care.com, to share her opinions on the matter and some etiquette about these nanny cams.
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