i got mad at my son's nanny...is it rightful to gear her out..
March 30, 2007 5:24pm CST
i live away from my family, i work in the city and get to go home during rest days only..my son is living with my mom and he has his own nanny who is stay out..she is much older than me and has her own family..when she started,s he usually comes to work, as early as 7am and goes home at 6pm..whats happening now is that she comes to work at 8pm and goes home around 9pm..i dont mind on that at first..but this last saturday, i went home to spend more time with my family, i notice some rashes on my sons arms and legs...i really got mad at her...she have 12 kids and her husband died 4 years ago..and her older kids are already married..so her job ebing nany is her only means of living..is it rightfull to get rid of her and get a new one considering on what happened with my son..she doesn listen to anything i say anymore..
• United States
30 Mar 07
First, without knowing what really happened to your son I can't say...but those rashes could be from anything....If you have an uneasy feeling about her - get rid of her. You may feel bad taking away her income but she can always find more work. You are better off going with your gut and protecting your son then worrying if she has enough money. Trust your inner instincts...I would hate to see you regret it later. I wish you lots of luck!!!!
30 Apr 07
Hi friend I think you have to talk with you son first and ask him where he got it and who did it to him those things coz it might be cause by playing or what. Reporting not on time is a bad habit you are paying the right compensation and you get less service. If you think that she add you a stress then its up to you to decide. I suggest that you get a male nanny, if you want to get male nanny friend I am available..... Hahaha joke, actually I am looking that kind of job related to my course I am nursing assistant grad. So much for that, you need to talk with her whaterver decision you will have on mind ok. Just be franck to her and approach her in a nice way I know she will understand..
• United States
7 Apr 07
Kids do get rashes and it doesn't mean that the nanny was the cause for it. If this is the only thing that has happened between your child and nanny, then I would just talk to her about how she thinks he got the rash and then make a judgment call from that. Maybe give her another chance, because people do mess up. But if she keeps messing up and not fallowing rules, then let her know you will be letting her go if it keeps up.