This new mother has decided to take her former nanny to court over milk.
The debate on feeding babies breastmilk or formula has been going on for decades, and Lynn Wojton's recently filed lawsuit is about to take things to a whole new level.
After giving birth to her baby girl named Wilder, Wojton opted to hire a nanny, Marcia Chase-Marshall to help out.
The first-time mother and businesswoman opted to breastfeed her child because experts strongly believe it is the best option for a newborn
Wojton rapidly learned that she and Chase-Marshall did not see eye to eye on the best way to care for the baby.
Chase-Marshall, who slept in the same room as the baby, was supposed to wake the mother up whenever she needed milk.
The nurse followed the instructions for two nights, and by the third, she fed the baby formula.
In an interview, Wojton explained her anger up discovering the nurse's secret: “I was very upset. This is not what I wanted — this is not what I want — for my baby. I cried for an hour, honestly.”
Wojton, went on to reveal that the rogue nurse quit the $4,200, per month gig after the heated exchange.
The mom shared: “Your instincts do kick in. It was the last straw, the way she was behaving and the way she was speaking to me.”
Wojton said the truth of the matter is that she never got along with Chase-Marshall and they disagreed on everything from changing diapers to bathing the infant girl.
She stated: “If I didn’t change the diaper the way she thought was best, she would criticize me the whole time. It makes you second-guess yourself. You’re a new mother, and this is all very new.”
Her attorney added: “Lynn obviously didn’t want to cross a stranger who had direct access to her baby, to her home and belongings at such an important and potentially volatile time.”
Chase-Marshall, who has refused to talk to the media, is being sued for a least $10,000 in damages.
As for baby Wilder, the mom said she is doing well and recently hit a big milestone -- she is six months old.
Is the mom right or wrong for suing?