Received Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Physical description of caregiver: Short woman (maybe 5'4) with long blonde hair, sunglasses on, blue jacket, black shirt, green clover, and jeans another girl younger (might've been in teens) brown hair that went to shoulders, green Doors t shirt, jeans, and a third woman, curlish hair in pony tail, green long sleeve shirt, jeans all were heavy.
Physical description of involved child/children: Girl about 8-9, brown hair in pony tail with green ribbon in white writing, green Beatles shirt over white long sleeve, jeans, occasionally wearing extra large (had to be one of the women's it was way too big for her) Calhoun College hoody, she was Caucasian and had green eyes. Girl that looked around the same age, biracial, black curly hair in pony tail, brown eyes, wearing a outfit matching the other girl's (guessing they were sisters) Boy about 7-8, brown hair in a short hair cut, brown eyes, Caucasian, wearing grey jacket, black shirt with green cobra on it, cargo jeans, Boy about 8-9 Caucasian, buzzed orange hair, green or brown eyes (can't remember) wearing blue winter coat, tie-dye green t-shirt with Tanner Rattlers on it, jeans, boy of about 3-4 buzzed brownish hair, brown eyes, green shirt, orange coat, and jeans. Baby Girl maybe 3 months, red hair, wearing green sleeper wrapped in green fluffy blanket, baby boy, wearing long sleeve white shirt with green trimming, red checkered bucket hat, and white pants with words printed all over them, maybe 3 months as well (guessing they were twins)
Address or venue of observed incident: Jefferson St. Huntsville Alabama
Date and time of incident: Around 11-12 am-pm March 17Th, 2007
Detailed description of what you witnessed: This was such a great sighting!! (there's never any good sightings on this sight) Obviously these three women were caretakers of some sort all the children called them by their first names and none of the kids looked like them, kids were most likely siblings, ages varied too much to be a daycare class, and they all seemed very used to each other, also the youngest boy kept saying 'bubba'. This was at a St. Patrick's Day Parade I took my daughter to. All 3 ladies were very alert and aware of the children, they had them decked out in green, necklaces, hats, and other novelty things, when they first arrived they set up camp, with blankets (it was chilly) and the youngest of the nannies passed out bubbles to keep the occupied, she had let the children pick out the colors earlier (as she had the lids of each marked in initials) and none of the children fought over anything, they all watched the parade happily, the youngest nanny was in charge of the older children, and the two old ones each took care of a baby, even feeding the babies at one point. When the parade ended one baby was still eating and the younger nanny played Simon Says with the older kids until they were ready to leave, at that point they all helped pack up, put the prizes they had received during the parade into a large green novelty hat to be divided up later and left, The curly haired nanny took four and the other two nannies took the other three children and they went to two different cars. I later ran into the same group again at MCallister's Deli, they got a corner booth, set the sleeping babies in their car seats on one table, and the two older nannies sat at the joining table, the younger nanny sat with the older kids, they all had a great time all ate their food, and all got cookies at the end, when they were done they all stood up and the young nanny took the kids to the cars, and the other two brought up the end with the car seats. These women were so GREAT!! I would definitely hire them, and wow! at the woman who needs that many nannies for her 7 kids. They were obviously well off, all the kids were dressed nicely. Two of the nannies (The sunglasses and the young one) seemed very well acquainted and if i had to guess i would have to say that these two were the daily nannies and the other one was a friend they asked to help out that day as the children didn't act like they were around her as much as they were the other two. But so refreshing to see GOOD childcare, they're ability to smoothly handle 7 children under 9 made me ashamed of being frazzled with just the one. They were obviously used to keeping everything in order.