The military mom and her husband initially hired a babysitter for their newborn. The couple replaced the first babysitter with a 20-year-old neighbor’s daughter after problems. The kids liked the new babysitter, but warnings were ignored.
The woman confided in the nanny about her breastfeeding struggles and use of donor milk. The babysitter, concerned about the mom, demanded additional information. Mom got carried away and said more than meant.
The parent checked the nanny cam footage and saw the babysitter breastfeeding her son. Disgusted, the parent confronted the nanny, who apologized and said she wanted to help with nursing. The nanny unplugging the camera in the bedroom when putting the baby to sleep was alarming in older footage.
Questioning the nanny revealed that she left her daughter in an enclosed pantry and the mom’s kid unattended in the backyard. Missing things were returned by the nanny’s father when the parent checked for theft.
After being shocked, the parent sought guidance online, which underlined the necessity for immediate boundaries and acknowledged the nanny’s wrong behavior. The parent had to fire the babysitter after the incident.