Who Cares? She Cares. He Cares.

"No one can dispute the importance of raising a child. Most parents, holding a new baby, face the most monumental work of their life. Perhaps the reason we often deny caregivers the social position and the respect they deserve is that we are uncomfortable with our absence from the particular chair they occupy, many hours of the day, many days of the year."
Mona Simpson discusses her experiences and the world of Nanny Care.
Michele Asselin, from Full Time Preferred

Simpson states that, "The transparency men have enjoyed for generations, about their ability to frankly work while also reveling in fatherhood, is still complicated for women. Which is not to say that anyone can have everything.
Slightly more than four million babies are born in the United States every year, and 55 percent of their mothers remain in the work force. We go to college, live together or marry and have kids — often with little more thought to the daily routines of raising children than our grandparents gave them, when women by and large stayed at home."
Nannies provide care to approximately one percent of American children.  Who cares for the rest?
From the series, Watch Me Grow