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Stupid working moms!!! Ugh!!! Update. ETA...

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post
I am an in home day care provider. I have been watching this little girl since she was born, she is 3 now. I love her, I have taught her to walk, potty trained her, I take he to her doctors appointments, I taught her to count say her abc's and spell her name. All she talks about lately is her mommy. I am the one caring for her, her mom sees he 3 hours a day. She sucks. I know more about her than anyone and I'm sick of hearing about her!!! Ugh!! Vent over.
Update:
I am not a troll. I love her, I have raised her and taught her everything she knows. I really don't care if you think that's crazy or not. Bite me!
ETA: you bitches crack me up. Because I think her mom is worthless and I don't want to hear about her, all of a sudden the equates to me wanting to kidnap said child, or that I am trying to get between her and her mother? No. Never said that. All I said is in this case mom is never around. I think she sucks and I don't like talking about her, I have never once encouraged this child to hate her mother. Ever. I think you all just had your insecurities tested. That's what I think.
Posted by Anonymous on Jan. 31, 2013 at 7:52 PM
Replies (161-170):
RLT2
by on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:18 PM

Hand that Rocks the Cradle much? You're nuts

Anonymous
by Anonymous 16 on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:19 PM

Is he at least helping pay for the children he helped create? Or does he offer to spend any amount of time with them. It started out sounding like an excuse to be away hence my snarky comment. I realize you have to work to get by. This is life and it's difficult but you shouldn't have your time taken away because of him.

Quoting Ms.Pink.:

I was with xdh twelve years, five before having a child.

Quoting Anonymous:

So you just man hate and think every guy has the potential of just walking away from his family. Why not hold men responsible and why not attempt to know someone before starting a family you cannot afford alone? Hmm ... oh wait there is a common sense alert for you that none of you can handle.

Quoting KairisMama:

 I'm sorry, are you implying that women go into marriage KNOWING the man will up and leave? When did women get psychic abilities?


IGNORANCE! SMH


Quoting Anonymous:


Reality is not everyone gets married to an asshole who just ups and leaves their family behind just sayin



ColieO
by Ruby Member on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:19 PM
Your original comment is very generalized. It doesn't sound specific to one family at all.

Quoting a5hl3yC:

No, I just knew some crappy parents. Why is no one understanding I am talking about a single family not the whole world? I come on here and see people complain all the time about kids being neglected I say it's unfair for a child to not spend time with their parents and all of a sudden I'm messed up.... this doesn't even make sense to me.

Quoting ColieO:

You have an extremely warped view of working parents.



Quoting a5hl3yC:

I realize this is going to be quoted a ton of times. So I might just edit it. Yes it's upsetting when I've just spent the whole day with a child no complaints I enjoy that time together and watch their parent get home and ignore them completely. One time the father got home and as I was leaving she spilled a drink on herself so he said I needed to stay and give her a bath because he wasn't going to. I'm not saying kids should hate their parents but a couple minutes wouldn't hurt to be spent with them either.

Quoting KairisMama:

 Okay the OP is a troll so I get why she's saying her crap. WTF are you talking about?? You get frustrated when kids are excited to see their parents? HUH?



Quoting a5hl3yC:



I didn't spend that much time with a child but a good amount and I always felt that spark when they would talk about me but I agree it's frustrating to see the excitement they get over someone who is coming home to sleep/ignore them and then do it all over again daily. What does she say when she's talking about her? Does she just miss her? At that age she is most likely buying her love which sounds terrible but kids go crazy over new things.



 



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Val99
by Ruby Member on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:19 PM

I think you are getting unduly attached to a child in your care.  You are the paid help.  Although you may feel like you have contributed more, you are not her mother and you should promote her love of her mother.

Anonymous
by Anonymous 24 on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:20 PM

Hahahaha! I love that this forum is stock full of SAHM's and you are still getting a crapload of shit from EVERYONE!

It has almost reinstated my faith in humanity.

Anonymous
by Anonymous 9 on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:20 PM

 rather you love her or not you have no right to expect her to love you more than her  MOM, YOU ARE NOT HER MOM. have your own baby and stop trying to have someone elses baby. you are a babysitter not  her mom. Her mom works all those hours to provide for her not so you can try to take her baby.  what do you expect her to call you mommy or something.

allycally
by Platinum Member on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:20 PM
I was thinking about something similar at work...how amazing it is that no matter how much time you spend with"your kids"(daycare kiddos)..they still know who their parents are and it doesn't matter how much u love them or they love you they still want their parents...even at a very young age...
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 27 on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:20 PM

Have a coke and a smile and shut the f up!!!!!!!!

a5hl3yC
by on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:21 PM

I realized this after I wrote it how it sounded. It was supposed to come out in the sense of believing it's unfair to the child to be disappointed. I worked at walmart I had many customers come in constantly screaming at their children the whole time making them cry and then offered them a candy or toy and boom they were the greatest person in the world which is where the second part came in. Does that clarify a bit more?

Quoting ColieO:

Your original comment is very generalized. It doesn't sound specific to one family at all.

Quoting a5hl3yC:

No, I just knew some crappy parents. Why is no one understanding I am talking about a single family not the whole world? I come on here and see people complain all the time about kids being neglected I say it's unfair for a child to not spend time with their parents and all of a sudden I'm messed up.... this doesn't even make sense to me.

Quoting ColieO:

You have an extremely warped view of working parents.



Quoting a5hl3yC:

I realize this is going to be quoted a ton of times. So I might just edit it. Yes it's upsetting when I've just spent the whole day with a child no complaints I enjoy that time together and watch their parent get home and ignore them completely. One time the father got home and as I was leaving she spilled a drink on herself so he said I needed to stay and give her a bath because he wasn't going to. I'm not saying kids should hate their parents but a couple minutes wouldn't hurt to be spent with them either.

Quoting KairisMama:

 Okay the OP is a troll so I get why she's saying her crap. WTF are you talking about?? You get frustrated when kids are excited to see their parents? HUH?



Quoting a5hl3yC:



I didn't spend that much time with a child but a good amount and I always felt that spark when they would talk about me but I agree it's frustrating to see the excitement they get over someone who is coming home to sleep/ignore them and then do it all over again daily. What does she say when she's talking about her? Does she just miss her? At that age she is most likely buying her love which sounds terrible but kids go crazy over new things.



 




Josie_P
by on Jan. 31, 2013 at 9:21 PM

Yeah, I totally understand the part about the guys not paying their fair share. It takes two to make a baby. I wish all mums could have help when they are feeling their worst but it's just not possible. And I'm a working mum also so I tend to feel more passionate about working mums lol.

Quoting Anonymous:

Agreed! In all honestly do you get what I mean though? If a mom is to become single the guy should still have to pay his fair share? That's all I meant. I have a close friend who is a single mom the father was very unstable and I've never understood why she doesn't get anything from him. Instead she needs daycare is busting ass with online classes, working as much as possible and yes she does step up and spends what extra time she has with him but it's just so sad that's she's literally exhausted by the time they do see each other. you know?

Quoting Josie_P:

I agree. It's starting to become more and more uncommon, unfortunately.

Quoting Anonymous:

Oh good you don't have to suffer alone. It's just sad to see how many kids currently deal with divorce and rarely get to see either parent now.

Quoting Josie_P:

Nah, hubs is right beside me snoring.

Quoting Anonymous:

Oh so your husband left you too? is it because of that winning personality you have?

Quoting Josie_P:

Didn't you know? All women are equipped with that ability...oh wait, we're not? Darn.



Quoting KairisMama:

 I'm sorry, are you implying that women go into marriage KNOWING the man will up and leave? When did women get psychic abilities?



IGNORANCE! SMH



Quoting Anonymous:



Reality is not everyone gets married to an asshole who just ups and leaves their family behind just sayin






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