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(Chicago Sun-Times)   Nanny gets two year old to behave. Dad apparently has a problem with that after viewing the nanny-cam tape. Let's take a look and see.....GOD NO...... WHAT IS THAT   (heraldnews.suntimes.com) divider line 252
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2010-10-23 12:31:23 AM  
You know, I can't blame the child's daddy for going after this hideous biatch. Personally I probably would have injured her far worse than he did if I saw she had been abusing my child.

That being said, I hope the charges against the child's daddy are dropped.
 
2010-10-23 01:05:10 AM  
that's a pretty rough-looking 52
 
jbc [TotalFark]
2010-10-23 01:13:13 AM  
Why would you hire Worf's sister to be your nanny?
 
2010-10-23 02:36:03 AM  
If this woman has felony convictions, I bet they're easily found through a simple background check. Why would you let somebody watch your kid if you didn't know who they are?
 
2010-10-23 03:50:00 AM  
ecmoRandomNumbers: If this woman has felony convictions, I bet they're easily found through a simple background check. Why would you let somebody watch your kid if you didn't know who they are?

FTA...Carlos, a Teamster truck driver, said Denny was a family friend and lived with his mother in her East Washington Street home. He would drop his young son off with Denny at his mother's residence on his way to work.


I'm guessing was because she was not only a family friend, but lived the guy's mother. He probably felt he could trust her.
 
2010-10-23 07:14:52 AM  
It would be very, very wrong to fire her with a smile on your face and then f*cking Dexter her ass about 6 months later.

Super, duper wrong.
 
2010-10-23 08:22:54 AM  
The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.
 
2010-10-23 08:23:37 AM  
Carlos, who says he opposes corporal punishment and does not spank his son, choked back tears.

Well, there's the root of your problem right there. Of course he's got the Terrible Twos. When they know that being thrashed is an option (even if you rarely if ever exercise that option), they tend to be brought to heel a bit easier.
 
2010-10-23 08:54:40 AM  
jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.


9/10

You should get a lot of bites.
 
2010-10-23 08:59:29 AM  
FredaDeStilleto: jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.

9/10

You should get a lot of bites.


I am inclined to give an 8/10. Two points taken off for the last two lines.
 
2010-10-23 09:04:37 AM  
So if I got this right-

1.)Dumbass dad hires a known(familyfriend)violent criminal to watch his kid.
2.)Babysitter has spent time in the State Pen for Prostitution, Heroin, Theft, and DOMESTIC BATTERY
3.) Dad is shocked that violent criminal uses violence against his kid.

Yeah. I feel bad for the kid, but the bigger crime against him is the "farking-moron" gene his dad passed on to him.
 
2010-10-23 09:05:07 AM  
FredaDeStilleto: You should get a lot of bites

There are times I wish I was trollin' but this topic is dear to my heart. I think too many parents let their children run wild and then wonder why their little terrors grow up jacking cars and selling crack on the corner.
 
2010-10-23 09:33:47 AM  
FTA: She has 1995 and 2007 misdemeanor prostitution convictions
heraldnews.suntimes.com
/hotlinked
 
2010-10-23 09:39:02 AM  
"Dad" should get a good lawyer, one that will DEMAND a jury trial. That should cause the prosecutor to think twice about taking the case to court. One parent on the jury will tank the case once they hear that he was enraged over the assault of his child.
 
2010-10-23 09:44:13 AM  
jwa007: There are times I wish I was trollin' but this topic is dear to my heart. I think too many parents let their children run wild and then wonder why their little terrors grow up jacking cars and selling crack on the corner.

You might have done better if you weren't referring to a two year old. Unless you have a neighborhood where two year olds 'run wild' and act like anything other than two year olds because of lax parenting.

Good effort but this next statement sounds more like a defense to those not fooled by your original troll. That's going to cost you. As it stands now. 6/10

Suggestions: Keep going with the "anytime a 2 year old acts up, it's bad parenting" it's just trollish enough to be believable.
 
2010-10-23 09:48:39 AM  

Don't bring a Bigfoot in your house. I know a Bigfoot when I see one.


heraldnews.suntimes.com


Goony-goo-goo.

 
2010-10-23 09:49:59 AM  
jwa007: And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

"I told you that 'juvenile delinquent' is a contradiction in terms. 'Delinquent' means 'failing in duty.' But duty is an adult virtue-indeed a juvenile becomes an adult when, and only when, he acquires a knowledge of duty and embraces it as dearer than the self-love he was born with. There never was, there cannot be a 'juvenile delinquent.' But for every juvenile criminal there are always one or more adult delinquents-people of mature years who either do not know their duty, or who, knowing it, fail."
--Lt. Col. Jean V. Dubois (Ret.)

/I know it was a troll
 
2010-10-23 09:50:23 AM  
Makh: jwa007: There are times I wish I was trollin' but this topic is dear to my heart. I think too many parents let their children run wild and then wonder why their little terrors grow up jacking cars and selling crack on the corner.

You might have done better if you weren't referring to a two year old. Unless you have a neighborhood where two year olds 'run wild' and act like anything other than two year olds because of lax parenting.

Good effort but this next statement sounds more like a defense to those not fooled by your original troll. That's going to cost you. As it stands now. 6/10

Suggestions: Keep going with the "anytime a 2 year old acts up, it's bad parenting" it's just trollish enough to be believable.


I think his point is that parents like this don't discipline their children at all, whether they're 2, 10, 15, etc. The fact that the dad just accepts that the child is bad and seemingly does not institute any discipline at all to address that is certainly the problem. Now, what I'd like to know is to what level the babysitter hit the child. Was it to the level of leaving bruises all over the child's body, or was it a few spankings on the kids butt? I think HOW she did it is of the utmost importance here, because if she's being jailed for a little butt spanking, then I've got some problems with that.
 
2010-10-23 09:50:27 AM  
skinink: Don't bring a Bigfoot in your house. I know a Bigfoot when I see one.

Goony-goo-goo.


"You shaved the biatch down didn't you?"

"HALF EDDDDYYYYYY!"
 
2010-10-23 09:53:02 AM  
FTFA: Carlos, a Teamster truck driver...

Jeez, you'd think he could've made some calls and a couple of union enforcers would be enough to handle a two-year-old. It's the Chicago way.
 
2010-10-23 09:54:24 AM  
you know daddy was sleeping with the hot nanny
 
2010-10-23 09:55:00 AM  
I think two is too young to start hitting your kid. At about five or six, I'd probably start being a little strict on him. After 7 or 8, definitely so. But that's just me.
 
2010-10-23 09:55:53 AM  
jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.


theinternettoday.net
 
2010-10-23 09:56:15 AM  
Gulper Eel: FTFA: Carlos, a Teamster truck driver...

Jeez, you'd think he could've made some calls and a couple of union enforcers would be enough to handle a two-year-old. It's the Chicago way.


I though the Chicago way involved postmortem voting. I always get these things confused.
 
2010-10-23 09:57:08 AM  
gruntmints: I think his point is that parents like this don't discipline their children at all, whether they're 2, 10, 15, etc. The fact that the dad just accepts that the child is bad and seemingly does not institute any discipline at all to address that is certainly the problem. Now, what I'd like to know is to what level the babysitter hit the child. Was it to the level of leaving bruises all over the child's body, or was it a few spankings on the kids butt? I think HOW she did it is of the utmost importance here, because if she's being jailed for a little butt spanking, then I've got some problems with that.

Thanks for helping me clarify my position. I don't think it is ever too early to start disciplining children and that you can achieve well-behaved children, no matter the age. I too wonder how hard the "beatings" were since apparently the first dad knew of it was the video. So I'm guessing no visible marks left on the child's body.
 
2010-10-23 09:57:15 AM  
gruntmints: Makh: jwa007: There are times I wish I was trollin' but this topic is dear to my heart. I think too many parents let their children run wild and then wonder why their little terrors grow up jacking cars and selling crack on the corner.

You might have done better if you weren't referring to a two year old. Unless you have a neighborhood where two year olds 'run wild' and act like anything other than two year olds because of lax parenting.

Good effort but this next statement sounds more like a defense to those not fooled by your original troll. That's going to cost you. As it stands now. 6/10

Suggestions: Keep going with the "anytime a 2 year old acts up, it's bad parenting" it's just trollish enough to be believable.

I think his point is that parents like this don't discipline their children at all, whether they're 2, 10, 15, etc. The fact that the dad just accepts that the child is bad and seemingly does not institute any discipline at all to address that is certainly the problem. Now, what I'd like to know is to what level the babysitter hit the child. Was it to the level of leaving bruises all over the child's body, or was it a few spankings on the kids butt? I think HOW she did it is of the utmost importance here, because if she's being jailed for a little butt spanking, then I've got some problems with that.



It can't have been much worse than that. A full grown adult isnt going to be able to lay any serious kind of beating on a 2 year old without leaving some serious briuses, which the article never mentions
 
2010-10-23 09:58:34 AM  
jwa007: FredaDeStilleto: You should get a lot of bites

There are times I wish I was trollin' but this topic is dear to my heart. I think too many parents let their children run wild and then wonder why their little terrors grow up jacking cars and selling crack on the corner.



If you're not trolling, then you've got mental issues.
While I agree that kids should be punished for misbehaving, I believe that it's up to the parent to doll out the punishment, which should never go further than a spanking or a paddlin'.

It is not justified to beat the shiat out of a 2-year-old because you cant find the TV remote.
 
2010-10-23 09:58:39 AM  
Kids need more discipline like this, thats why we have horrible kids running around now..
 
2010-10-23 09:58:43 AM  
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2010-10-23 10:00:14 AM  
gruntmints: Was it to the level of leaving bruises all over the child's body, or was it a few spankings on the kids butt? I think HOW she did it is of the utmost importance here, because if she's being jailed for a little butt spanking, then I've got some problems with that.

From the article:

"Erin couldn't find the remote for the TV and went over there and started beating him repeatedly," Carlos said, telling of the shock he felt when he watched the video.

I don't know about you, but randomly beating the crap out of a child because you couldn't find the remote isn't exactly for the purpose of discipline. It sounds more like the actions of a drunken father than a good nanny!
 
2010-10-23 10:00:40 AM  
jbc: Why would you hire Worf's sister to be your nanny?

Worf has step brother, and a brother. not a sister.

/i know lighten up francis.
 
2010-10-23 10:00:59 AM  
IronTom: that's a pretty rough-looking 52

I'm guessing she knows the ins and outs of meth abuse.
 
2010-10-23 10:01:40 AM  
the only thing i learned from his story is that you need to beat your kids if you want them to behave. well, i guess i already knew that. the dad should take a few tips from this lady.
 
2010-10-23 10:04:40 AM  
My girlfriend's 7-year-old niece screams at, blatantly disobeys and talks back to her parents. If I did that at that age, I would have been the first kid in space.

The nanny was on to something, she just went too far.
 
2010-10-23 10:06:11 AM  
kid should have found the goddamn remote
 
2010-10-23 10:06:43 AM  
jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.


I'm with you, except that the babysitter has no right to apply corporal punishment without the parent's EXPLICIT consent, and a discussion of what is appropriate.

Sounds like two issues here, shiatty parent AND shiatty babysitter.
 
2010-10-23 10:06:58 AM  
jwa007: We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

shock collars i say. that'l learn em. little bastards.
 
2010-10-23 10:08:57 AM  
She beat the kid because she couldn't find the remote control. Even if you think the dad's a pussy for not beating his 2 year old there's a good reason the nanny's in jail.
 
2010-10-23 10:09:23 AM  
Drannon: I think two is too young to start hitting your kid. At about five or six, I'd probably start being a little strict on him. After 7 or 8, definitely so. But that's just me.

And your kids will be the screaming little bastards that ruin everyone's dining experience, or moviegoing experience, or what have you for the first 7 years of their lives.

At which point, good luck - if they don't have any discipline by that age, they've already gone feral.
 
2010-10-23 10:10:02 AM  
Denny was also charged with a parole violation. She was released from Dwight Correctional Center in August 2009 after serving a year and three months for the manufacture or delivery of heroin. Denny has also done time for retail theft and possession of a controlled substance. She has 1995 and 2007 misdemeanor prostitution convictions and a 1998 domestic battery conviction as well.


Background checks people.
 
2010-10-23 10:11:48 AM  
jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.


Oh, for God's sakes. This was the most transparent troll. 3/10 tops.
 
2010-10-23 10:11:49 AM  
I'm really confused.

I though the whole point of hiring a babysitter, was to bang them in the car when driving them home. Where there no pigtailed, teeny boppers available?
 
2010-10-23 10:11:56 AM  
Gulper Eel: FTFA: Carlos, a Teamster truck driver...

Jeez, you'd think he could've made some calls and a couple of union enforcers would be enough to handle a two-year-old. It's the Chicago way.


He puts one of your things in the toilet, you put one of his things in the trash. That's the Chicago way.
 
2010-10-23 10:12:01 AM  
FredaDeStilleto: jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.u

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.

9/10

You should get a lot of bites.


The OP is correct, hon. There is zero trolling in their post.
 
2010-10-23 10:12:06 AM  
FredaDeStilleto: jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.

9/10

You should get a lot of bites.


You guys can call this trolling, but i half agree...
some form of hitting has been part of parenting, im gona guess, for most of our existence.
Only recently we are being told that it doesn't work.
I think it worked better than what we are doing now.
Kids need to learn that there are violent repercussions for their bad behaviors
Because in the real world - there is alot of violence in store for those with bad behavior
/hitting a 2 year old for not finding the remote is excessive
//but i have to agree, how bad could it have been if there were no bruises
///regardless... prepare to die when you get caught hitting someone else's kid without permission
 
2010-10-23 10:12:20 AM  
See you limp-wristed libtards? Beating your children clearly works.
 
2010-10-23 10:13:14 AM  
Makh: FredaDeStilleto: jwa007: The dad accepts the fact his son is in the "terrible twos" and therefore should be misbehaving and defying everything in sight. The babysitter puts a stop to that shiat right away. She gets this child to behave.

And the problem our society has is with the babysitter.

Not the dad who was apparently willing to let his son be a little hellion whenever he wanted to.

We champion the dad's lax parenting, condemn the sitter's tactics, regardless the little terror now behaves himself, at least part of the time.

And we wonder why such a large number of youths are juvenile delinquents, oh, I'm sorry, Youth at Risk. Wow.

I think America is getting exactly what it deserves, exactly what it seems to crave.

Mind boggling. Madness, it's all madness.

9/10

You should get a lot of bites.

I am inclined to give an 8/10. Two points taken off for the last two lines.



I sometimes wonder if some people have started trolling for people that call out trolls because of responses like these.
 
2010-10-23 10:13:40 AM  
Oh good, a child-beating thread. Apparently some people think its okay to hit kids and call it 'discipline'. My mom had that same attitude, and as a result I spent my childhood hating and fearing her.

/most of you farkers would not consider her abusive
//mom could not figure out why I thought hitting my little sister was okay
///I LEARNED IT FROM YOU, MOM
 
2010-10-23 10:13:42 AM  
ecmoRandomNumbers: If this woman has felony convictions, I bet they're easily found through a simple background check. Why would you let somebody watch your kid if you didn't know who they are?

This 1 billion times this. It makes no sense.
 
2010-10-23 10:17:01 AM  
4 beers and a dark room - I'd do her.
 
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