My husband and I are in a rough spot financially. We have 2 little girls, out youngets has CF. She's 2 and never been away from me for long. My friend kept her for a month while I worked, and Lilli came home with a little bubbled up mark on her arm. I asked my friend if she'd ACCIDENTALLY burned her. She told me that she was not going to watch Lilli anymore b/c I was too crazy about her...Anyway, I need a job, I have someone that would watch her, she keeps 5 other kids. I'm a little scared and my friend (the same one) told me that if I put her in daycare and she gets sick, I'll blame myself, she could die, there are too many risks, etc. I don't know what to do. I need a little time away from her (Lilli) but I'm terrified to send her to be around other kids. But where do I draw the line? What's resonable? She will eventually have toi go to school, or do I home school. I want to crawl in a hole with her and let the world dissolve away, but what kind of life would that be for her???
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