Dominick's in Chicago, Illinois

Received Wednesday, June 27, 2007
I saw 3 Hispanic women with strollers in the Dominick's parking lot located at Clybourn and Fullerton, the children in the strollers were white. The one nanny ran with the stroller child in it full force in the parking lot and then let go and let the stroller ride through the parking lot without being even close to it. I look at them and asked what do you think you are doing and the nanny gave me the finger. And continued not to be near the stroller. This was in a parking lot and the child could have been hit. Very scary.


Anonymous said...

This sounds almost fake, but do you have anymore information about the children or the nannies? If this is real it could be really serious and if these were my children I would like to know.

t.r. said...

I think this is a result of the blog being in the paper again. this time chicago sun or something.

dear op,
if you visit the first post on this blog you can click a button that will show you what information to include. descriptions! of the nannies, stroller or children.

jennifer lecarlo said...

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Anonymous said...

Stupid is as stupid does--
Here again is an example of a nanny being so clueless about childcare that she unwittingly puts a child in danger. To make matters worse, she proves to be rude and vulgar when her questionable behavior is pointed out.

jmt said...

Even if she didn't have a child in the stroller, she could have damaged someone's car. So stupid!

Anonymous said...

and we thought NY nannies took the cake!

Anonymous said...

This post could definately be true, as the same thing happened to me, only the other way around.
I was at a store with my son (6 y.o.), who wanted a toy. We all go through that fate when we tell them, "no, not today" ... and here comes the tantrum. This lady evidently one aisle over comes around the corner and says: "I don't think you're being very nice to him". I said, "Are you kidding?" ... she says, "He's obviously upset, why don't you buy him the toy?" I said, "Well, as a matter of fact, he's got one just like it at home". (I should have said MYOB). She stuck her finger up at me and continued to rake me over the coals until I was crying - mostly because I was stressed anyway, but also because, how dare she tell me how to raise my kid? The last thing I said, as if I owed her an explaination, was "Lady, I'm a good mom, and I take real good care of my son".
All of this because of a stupid toy.

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