The parents have rules about screen time. I know because I just interviewed with him. When I asked the oldest child to come and do X since his screen time was up, the manny turns and says, "we're a little more relaxed since school is almost over" to which I said, "oh okay, I'm just going by what I was told" and he says, "besides I'm playing too, so you have to double it". Are you even serious?
The middle child is a girl and this morning he did her hair in a really pretty braid. Rather appropriately, I think, I said, "wow, that's really pretty" to which he said, "And you wondered why I get paid more than you?". I think it was a joke, but wasn't it inappropriate in front of the kids?
When we played soccer in the park, we split it up so he had the two younger and I had the older, who is an athlete. I am not great at soccer, but played with effort. He played so fiercely. I can't even say the boy minded, I mean maybe it is good for him. He and I got crushed. Believe me, I am looking for redemptive qualities in this guy. I am considering that he may see me as a threat. I would really like to find common ground and get along with him. This job works REALLY well for my schedule, One Friday he gets off at 2 and the next time I do. For the same pay. That alone is a huge in the life of 10 hour days.
One more example. I was told she preferred to feed the kids healthy foods, no processed, whole grains, etc. So I was suprised when he came in and saw me at the table with the littlest who wasn't eating her turkey sandwich. He whipped up a nutella and fluff sandwich. I was mortified. I said, "I was told to give them healthy, non processed foods" to which he said, "well I don't do the shopping. I fix what's here." He also tells me all the time, "Consider how big of a deal is it. Is everyone safe? Okay, relax".