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Sleeping Nanny in Toronto, Canada

Received Tuesday, April 17, 2007
I didn't know about this site till I was recently contacted by a friend. Your nanny was spotted at the Park near Milden Hall and Lawrence. She had dark brown hair shoulder length, East Indian background but could possibly be from the islands as well, late 30's-early40's. I am not 100% sure. She frequents the park with your young son and spends most of her time sleeping on the park bench. I assume since she does it at the park then she probably sleeps in your home or others as well! I commented to her about the sleeping incident and she had nothing to say to me. I have seen this nanny coming out of a red brick home on Wanless with your child, not sure if this is where you reside or if the nanny was simply there on a play date.

Please try to include as much of this information as possible-JD

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Description of the child: age, hair color, clothing, stroller etc. please.

Anonymous said...

Age 2.5-4 yrs, straight brown hair,khaki pants/plaid shirt

Anonymous said...

Interesting post Candada. I am glad you sent it in because I have often wondered how nannies in other countries behave. Curiously- and I know this does not matter because I don't know the nanny but are those streets that you listed or an actual Hall? I am trying to visualize it and just curious.
-Florida Mom

Anonymous said...

I'm curious too, Florida Mom. It seems that problems with nannies are not just a concern here in the U.S.

Anonymous said...

it doesn't matter where you live..US CANADA EUROPE there are good nannies and bad nannies don't be so naive!!!!

Anonymous said...

I care for two girls on mildenhall road we go to the park too many times I have seen this sleeping nanny I tried to speak with her but she was not friendly what can we do one day something will happen to the boy and then she will know

Toronto Mama said...

What a great site! You are refering to Wanless Park on Mildenhall Road. In the summer it can be very busy, but there have been quite a few people going to the park as of late. I have seen many filipino nannies at the park with the kids there, just sitting on the park benches and not looking after the kids. Wanless Park is a very large park and it is very easy for a child to wander off on their own, how dangerous for a nanny to be sleeping like this! I have not seen this sleeping nanny but do know of friends who have had to fire nannies for this VERY REASON, how sad!

Anonymous said...

Curious, if you have seen the nanny entering and exiting a house, why not send a note, or contact police?

Mika said...

I think you should leave a note at the home in which you saw them exiting! Even if it is not their home I'm sure the people there will know exactly who they are.

Anonymous said...

yes, please leave a note, a life could be saved.

sprak said...

Why so many sleepy nannies? Boredom? Wild nightlife? I have to wonder.

Anonymous said...

sleeping nannies? Prozac?
Make sure to know who psychotrophic meds your nanny is on!

Anonymous said...

Sprak:
Wild nightlife, I wish! At the end of the day, I am way too tired from running around the playground etc., to go out.
here is my opinion. Real nannies don't fall asleep on the job. These women are cleaning women who babysit.
A Nanny

Anonymous said...

Right on 3:18

Daniel said...

I am playing with my children in the park pretty often. There is a group of Philippino nannies here. They are all just talking while the kids are playing by themselves. They are not even watching the clildren. I will not hire one of these Philippino nannies. I have no idee why people would do something like this? Watch out !