Almost all new moms can relate to that pang of guilt we feel each time we're racing to pick up our infant from childcare after yet another long day at work. "Is my baby spending more time bonding with the daycare provider than with me?" we ask ourselves. New mothers can breathe a sigh of relief, if only momentarily. A new Columbia University study concludes that children with working moms don't necessarily suffer developmental setbacks as previously thought, reports the Washington Post... Here's what you had to say: Daniele commented: "My son is in daycare and seems well-adjusted but I'm sure he'd rather be with me than any other woman. I have enormous guilt." Lati wrote via Facebook: "You do what you have too do. No guilt here!"