You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA dad has been slammed after he watched his wife on a baby monitor and accused her of poor parenting “when she thought nobody could see”.The man posted on social media to say he had watched footage on his phone while he was out of the house and saw “something really concerning” but other parents quickly put him in his place and warned him of how harmful his comments could be.He explained that they have two twin boys, aged three, and said that his wife is “always a really engaged parent around me”.They have cameras set up in the house which link to their phones for when they hire babysitters, but they had agreed not to use them if the other was at home.The dad said when he was out recently, he got a notification asking him to rate the app the cameras link to, and when he opened it on his phone he could see live footage of his wife and children.Get the day biggest stories to your email sign up for the Mirror newsletterHe wrote: “But in the feed, my wife was on her tablet with noise cancelling headphones on when the boys were playing kind of rough with each other. Something that they not allowed to do, and she was just ignoring it.”I was concerned and decided to talk to her that night. But that afternoon I had the urge to check the app again, and they were eating unthawed breaded mozzarella sticks from the freezer box while my wife was FaceTiming someone and still wearing her noise cancelling headphones.”It was so bizarre and unexpected, I opened up the cloud storage and took a few looks at older videos throughout the week.
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