I am a professional Nanny, the hardest job when you've just lost a child. Today work was a nightmare. Alexandra (18 months) and I had library class. Then I went for a nice long walk with her. I happen to notice that her right eye was starting to gunk up (last Friday her left eye gunked up and we found out she had pink eye. the Dr put her on antibiotics). I called her mother and she made Alex a DR appt. RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF HER AFTERNOON NAP. So Alex only got an hour and a half nap-NOT LONG ENOUGH. Then I found out she needs to be on another antibiotic. She has a double ear infection. Then her mother decided we should go shopping the three of us. Well I should mention that Alex's mom is pregnant-due end of May. So I have a hard time being around her in the first place. Then she decides to go shopping for clothes for Alex, the baby on the way, and maternity. Can we be any more insensitive?
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