Received Friday, August 10, 2007
I saw an amazing nanny yesterday, (8/9) and I wanted to share it with you. This nanny had three children with her. The children were all of petite build, blond and tan. The youngest was I would guess three and the others were five and seven (my guess.) Every time one of them went in the water, they all went in the water. The seven year old asked to stay and keep digging while the younger ones wanted to go in the water and she didn't let him. They dug a huge hole together, they took turns getting in the hole. She dug. She got in the hole. She had the youngest on her back as they danced in the waves. They had a picnic on a big brown and pink blanket. Their picnic came out of a purple and black nylon picnic bag and all of them drank "fiji" bottled water. After lunch they were burying each other in the sand and the five year old kicked sand in the face of the young one. The nanny picked him up immediately, not harshly and sat him squat down about ten feet off the blanket in the sand. I didn't here what she said to him. It was stern without being mean. I noticed later that he had rejoined them and they were all playing happily together. The boys had on light blue trunks with dark blue Hawaiian pattern over them. The littlest one was a girl who had on a yellow one piece bathing suit with flowers and a skirt. The whole time they were at the beach, they were all together. I knew this was not the mom, even though her hair was blondish because I heard her say "lets take a picture for mommy" with her phone. The nanny brought a good amount of stuff including binoculars (dolphins?), balls, sand toys, etc. She had a ponytail up high, pretty tan, a large but athletic build and was wearing a blue one piece swimsuit and had on red knit shorts over it that she kept on all the time. If this is your nanny, you will know her by the very nice beach blanket!