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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Bad Nanny caught on tape

Nanny Cam disclosed recklessness:

Lindsay Addison, a new mother of preemie twins, needed to return to work last month. So the North Carolina mommy posted an online ad for a nanny and hired the candidate with the best references. Fortunately for twins Gavin and Bruce, Lindsay also had the foresight to install a hidden camera. A link to her precious babies that she could view anytime from her work computer.

Addison wants other parents to know that the technology is a simple, inexpensive, and priceless means to ensure the safety of their children. She added that if you can afford a nanny, you can afford a camera. Indeed, with what child care costs these days, one could afford a gaggle of cameras, a monitoring service, and an armed guard. An inexpensive web-cam is the very least that a concerned parent can do.

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Blogger Stan Matuska said...

In todays society, one should always assume they are on camera at all times.

There now, what a nice calm society we have become because of it. NOT. But it is getting easier to prosecute though.

And lastly, shame on any nanny who treats other people's children like a sack of potatoes!!!

title="comment permalink">March 02, 2008 11:19 AM  
Blogger Human said...

That was pretty bad. The inattention to the baby on the couch was scary.

However I would like to point out, I know how to carry a football. That woman does not. I carried Lil Joe like a football. Because I knew how to protect a football, so it came naturally to me. His head was cradled in my hand. I'd do house chores with my free hand holding him like that.

Now that he is 3 years old I don't have to carry him around. I also don't have to do much of the house chores anymore. I fitted him with one of those yokes one would put on an ox. A miniature version of course. He's a hard little worker. He works so hard for his gruel. And it's so cute the way he asks for more. Just like young Copperfield.

title="comment permalink">March 03, 2008 1:11 AM  

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