I have a lady that comes to my house to watch my dd during the week. We pay her an average wage and definately don't feel like she is underpaid especially considering the perks she gets. she can run a few errands with my dd, bring other kids she babysits occassionally, eat our food, ect...
Anyway, anytime we buy something new (over a couple hundred $) or leave our checkbook out mistakenly (balance over $2k) she complains about how broke she is and hints at a raise. Its at the point where I feel like I have to justify my spending to her and I lie about being broke because I feel like she is going to hit me up for money. She is a "friend" on facebook and wrote on her status about how she loves her job but it isn't paying the bills. Now she is starting to complain about gas prices and she doesn't know how she is going to be able to drive over to our house if the prices get any higher. Seriously, we all have to buy gas to get to work. Our jobs don't fork over gas money.
what would you do?
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