Just wanted to report that I saw a young Asian woman caring for a baby, who had light brown/blonde hair, on the upper East side of Manhattan below 2nd Ave on 82nd or 83rd Street. She was strapping the baby into a stroller and the baby was not moving at all, even though his eye were open. He really looked like he had ben drugged with something! It’s really been bothering me since I saw that baby.
horrible nanny, have been looking for parents of child for over a year to warn them
if you are the parents of the child in the lavender coat (the nanny can been seen in the background) please know that my mother in law and i witnessed her force feeding your child while she cried then slapping her for spitting up then violently throwing her into the stroller, there was no love in this violent and cruel woman, your child looked at me with such scared eyes, i wanted to help her but the nanny scared the heck out of me when she noticed that i saw her behavior. i saw her again in another park in tribeca, this time she was chatting with friends and talking on her cell at the same time and ignoring your child, i tried following her to see where the parents lived so i could warn them but she saw me and i got scared again. your stroller has a black diaper bag with skullies on it. i think of your poor daughter often and still look for your daughter in hopes of saving her from this evil woman.
Walked out of Citibank on 24th and Bwy this morning around 11:30 and witnessed a tall black nanny (probably 5'10" plus) with a very short haircut yelling at an already sobbing/whimpering little Asian girl (about 3 yrs old) with pigtails, pink crocs, jean jacket. It’s a very busy area right near Eataly and Madison Square Park and she was unabashed at yelling at this child…God knows how she behaves in private and when the child is not seated. The girl was not throwing a tantrum or even crying loudly like children often cry. I was appalled and asked her please not to scream. As a working mother who just happened to take the day off, it was hard to walk away. I hope this message gets to the parents.