I was talking to a girlfriend about her nanny today and it made me think that I take for granted the help and support I have at home that enables to be a working mom. That’s why it drives me crazy that more women - especially high powered, successful ones - don’t talk more about their support systems at home. For example, in Ivanka Trumps Women Who Work book, she mentions the word “nanny” exactly once (apparently- I haven’t read it yet). What do ya’all think is the reason? Is it because we’re afraid to sound privileged? Or is it guilt about not somehow bringing the idea of other caretakers into the picture? Or something else? I, for one, think we need to have more honest conversations about this in order to immigration women forward at work.