Sep. 21, 2009 at 9:14 PM ET
Today producers and allDAY contributors Mary Ann Zoellner and Alicia Ybarbo are once again a part of the momversation.
The site asks:
Healthy competition is good. It pushes you to become a better version of yourself, whether it's in sports, gaming, or even the workplace. But when it comes to moms competing over their children, well, that gets a bit sticky. Do we really need to compete over kids' grades, the price of their clothes, or which mom bought the most expensive toy for Christmas? Does competition over these things help anyone? Shouldn't we set mommy competition aside and instead support one another?
How do you deal with super-competitive moms?