MOM FURIOUS WHEN NURSERY STAFF WRITE HER A MESSAGE IN PERMANENT INK ON HER BABY’S BELLY
So being a parent has all sorts of challenges. But one of the earliest is often good and safe childcare. If you’re a parent, you know what I’m talking about. I certainly went thru this, especially when my kid was still a toddler. But one mom is really and totally pissed off about her kid’s childcare. And I don’t blame her. Not. One. Bit. Why? Because they wrote her a message on her baby! Using a green marker! To tell her that she needed to give them more diapers! What the hell? Just knowing this happened pisses me off, too!
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WHO WRITES ON A BABY WITH A MARKER TO COMMUNICATE WITH A PARENT? AN ASSHOLE
So what would you do? First off, if someone wrote on my child with a marker I’d be har pressed not to end up in a bell tower. But this mom is furious and making sure everyone knows why. Her name is Heather and she’s a single mother who works full time. And one day after a long day at work she made the infuriating discovery. I can’t imagine how I’d react. She was changing her son Milo’s diaper when she discovered the message on his torso. It said, “Mum I’m out of diapers please read my report.” Wow. What the hell is wrong with these people?
MOM CAN’T EVEN WASH THE MESSAGE OFF, BECAUSE IT’S PERMANENT GREEN MARKER INK
So with this one I can’t even play Devil’s Advocate. Sure, we all have some hard days with our work. And childcare is almost always hard work. But what possesses you to take a marker and write on a child? First off, marker ink is full of chemicals. Second off, well, there’s no second off. You don’t put chemicals on a child’s skin. Period. But it gets worse. Evidently, Heather had missed this note previously. But that’s no excuse to write on her baby Milo. She also drops off and picks her son up every day. So she sees 2-3 of the “teachers” every day! So why use a permanent marker on a baby’s belly?
For me, this is just a totally unsafe, unprofessional problem. What do you think?