Received Saturday, May 12, 2007
I noticed your nanny "Fay" or "Faith" showing lack of patience with your boy of about 4. Your nanny was reading People magazine. Your little boy did not come when she called him. Nanny just yelled louder. We look at her as if to say, "get up and deal with it". After waking up a baby with her big mouth, the boy finally came to her side. This is after he called out to her in equally loud voice, "what Fay/Faith?", "What?" What did she tell him? She told him that he had 5 more minutes. The boy ran off after that. The nanny exclaimed, "mother F---er" and hoisted herself off the bench. She then walked at fast rate chasing him around. Next time I saw her I was throwing garbage and she was by the volleyball courts with the boy. She was kneeling down with an angry look on her face saying something with rage on her face. I could not hear it so I don't want to guess what it was. The boy was throwing sand from one of his hands to the other. Sifting. Whether intentional or not, some must have hit nanny in the face because she reached down grabbed a handful and hurled it right in his face. At that point he started crying about his eyes. Nanny looked around to see if anyone was looking and then hugged the boy. Then she started to dab at his eyes while patting his back. Her tone changed very much. I think she was going to play it off as an accident. What it was seems to be another impatient nanny unable to deal with a child. Yes, children misbehave. What is this nanny teaching that boy?
The nanny was Anglo, brown shoulder length hair, a clip keeping some of it up, khaki capris with a cuff and a white t-shirt. The boy was also Anglo; had reddish, thick hair, blue and white striped shirt and cream colored khakis. The nanny and boy left from the volleyball court and never walked past me again. I am quite sure nanny knows she did wrong.