Tuesday

Rite Aid on 70th. & Broadway in NYC

Received Tuesday, May 22, 2007
If you have a 14 month old little boy with brown hair and brown eyes who rides in a Maclaren stroller (grey and orange), your nanny is awful. The little boy was wearing a white Polo shirt and blue Adidas shorts. He was at Rite Aid on the UWS at 70th. and Broadway. The little boy was tired and nanny was nowhere to be found. The nanny had left him in front of the store while she was shopping for herself. The boy kept on crying(he was very tired). This was at 12:15 pm today. The nanny kept on coming back and forth and feeding him M&M candies to get him to shush.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Okay liar if that was the case someone in that store would have either called the police or said something to this nanny. Your story makes no sense. I wonder how many times this story was changed. Get a clue....

Anonymous said...

7:31:

You need to get out more. Without a blindfold.

Anonymous said...

and a brain wouldn't hurt, either.

Anonymous said...

This is wrong
but sadly, not uncommon

Kelly said...

Wouldn't it be nice if this story was actually a fabrication? One less kid neglected by someone who is supposed to be nurturing him.

fg said...

it would be nice Kelly, but this is one of the most common type of sightings- unfortunately

maryann said...

You said the nanny was nowhere to be found but kept coming back and giving the boy m&m's....How long were you standing there watching the boy be alone, maybe you should have said something to a store employee.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why these nannies have such a hard time managing to care for the children while in a store or a park. I run errands for the family I work for and and occasionally for myself with a 6 month old in tow. I have no problem caring for the baby and taking care of whatever I need to take care of.

If the nanny was so negligent, you should have called the police or at least notified a store manager so they could handle the situation.

Anonymous said...

No offense to the OP, but if I saw a baby alone outside a store, I would not sit and watch and then post it online, I would have called the police immediately.

Anonymous said...

No offense 9:38,
but I think you should take a reading comprehension course. The child was inside the store at the front of the store. No one would leave a baby outside of any store in NYC!

Anonymous said...

No offense 9:38,
but I think you should take a reading comprehension course. The child was inside the store at the front of the store. No one would leave a baby outside of any store in NYC!

Anonymous said...

11:09, I think you are the one who needs a reading comprehension course...

The posting says verbatim, "The nanny had left him IN FRONT OF THE STORE..." not "in the front of the store".

Anonymous said...

Well anyone who knows NYC knows THAT is not possible!
-NP

Anonymous said...

How's that not possible? I've never been to NYC.

Anonymous said...

70th. & Broadway in NYC, at noon none the less? You can barely walk on the street. Women who dare to push double strollers down the street are spit on for taking up too much space!

Reread the post. He was at Rite Aid on the UWS at 70th.

I can't believe I am even arguing this. no one goes in and out of stores in NYC, and no one leaves children out on Broadway. Not even 10 year olds! Even a crackhead wouldn't do that!

Anonymous said...

AGREED she didn't leave him OUTSIDE of the store, the child was INSIDE of the front of the store while nanny was parading around in the BACK of the store...you people are so SLOW sometimes

jmt said...

Well OBVIOUSLY the nanny always knew the boy was still right where she left him because she let him cry so long and so loudly that she could always tell exactly where he was. And so could everyone else, I imagine.

Anonymous said...

Maybe she was picking up diapers or formula for the baby. Why are you so sure she was shopping for herself? Did you wait around to see what she bought? Maybe she needed to buy tampax! If you thought she was doing something wrong, say something to her, don't just write some lame anonymous posting on the internet!

Emelie said...

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Anonymous said...

whether she was buying tampax, or formula, asprin, mints, baby wipes, stayfree pads or nicotine gum, she should hve kept the kid next to her at all times.