Update on Babysitting

@MoonGypsy (4613)
United States
September 9, 2012 6:19pm CST
okay. so, she found someone body else to baby sit her little two year old monster...eh-hem...i mean darling. lol. no, i am just kidding. my niece is not that bad (i don't think). she is just as bad as all kids that age. they are all the same destructive, dissatisfied, temper tantrum throwing, legal liability little darlings. so,so "cute" as long as there moms are near by they are even cutter. i can't believe she expected to travel miles away on public transportation, from where i live then travel back with that kid and a big old bus like stroller on public transportation back home to sit with that two year old. omg! well, now she got the kid's other auntie (the kid's dad side) to baby sit for her when she wants a break or a booty call. the obligation is relieved from me. i only hope she doesn't ask me again. i don't want to baby sit. i don't like kids, except for mine. i especially don't like two year olds. i don't want her to keep asking me until one day i just get pissed off and tell her exactly like how i am telling you all.
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• United States
9 Sep 12
Oh My! This kid must be a real hellion on wheels, haha! I'm laughing my head off reading this discussion because you can't seem to stop and breathe. Well, we all know how the terrible two's are and all kids are pretty rough around the edges at that age. I suggest if you don't want to babysit her, don't. You'll make yourself miserable and I'm sorry, I still can't stop laughing.
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
9 Sep 12
ha! if you think that's funny, you should meet my sister in law. she is one of life's ironic jokes.
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• United States
9 Sep 12
Well I can't wait for that discussion. You really sound upset with all this...is it that bad?
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
10 Sep 12
i am upset because my fat lazy sister in law is nothing but drama, extra work, and trouble. she is training her kid to be the same way. she is a second generation welfare recipient who grew up living in shelters and taking handing outs from people. her daughter will be the third generation, unfortunately. i kid you not. mother, daughter, and grandaughter are currently living in shelter because they are fat, lazy, dependents on society. it's in their blood. my sister in law should have been grown up enough to know better than to get pregnant while she was growing dread locks living out in the street, with some dirty street bumb, like she was some young teen ager. instead she does that, has very little resources, and decides to leave the guy. not because he was beating her or abusing her, but because she woke up and realized how dirty and pathetic he and the whole situation was. in the middle of the afternoon, we help her leave the guy and move out of state. she gets out of state and brings him back into her life. after lying and telling people that he was abusive (I KNOW HE WASN'T). he was just some metal homeless bumb with problems. okay, she leaves him, comes on our door step with kid in hand having no where to stay. we let nasty behind stay at our house until we had to put her out, least i go crazy! my husband and i pay for her to go away and start over again somewhere fresh. she got down there in to a roomate situation, got into problems with the roomate, and came back to our house. with less money, and no where to go once again. we spend another five hundred dollars putting her up in a hotel with a jacuzzi (she didn't like the first room)! then she has the nerve to ask me to come down miles away from where i live to pick her her brat and and all that junk back to my house! she is crazy! we spend almost $3000 in 3 months on her. she is asking more of us. that's the way she is . she will push it to the limit. she is just too much. that what i should call her, "too much".
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@celticeagle (120480)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Sep 12
....and you shouldn't have to. I think that some people really take advantage of you if you let them. You really have to have strict boundaries set with people like this. If not they will take advantage any way they can. Glad she found someone to babysit for her.
@shylade (3137)
• Philippines
10 Sep 12
The terrible twos, LOL! Anyway, I feel for you because I have a two-year old son. Though he is not that monster because he can understand us. Mothers are more patient with their children and before I wonder how a mom can tolerate such acts of their children until I have mine. Haha. At the end of the day, no matter how terrible my son's behavior is, he is still a darling to me. That's a mom
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
10 Sep 12
Hahaha! looks like you are totally relieved from the responsibility. 2 year olds can be really a handful. i can remember myself always running after my kids at that age. boy ! it could be like running miles in a day.