Falmouth Mom Seeks Stranger On Facebook To Watch Severely Special Needs Child For 12 Days While She Leaves The Country 

 

This is Julie Key from Falmouth.

She’s a mother of 4 who’s going away on vacation for two weeks and needs someone to live in her house and watch over her 3 year old disabled daughter. Naturally she decided to post about it on a community Facebook group.

She doesn’t mention the other 2 kids, so I guess that means they go to go with her. Good thing she’s leaving the child behind who needs much more specific care. What happens if there’s a medical emergency, which seems a lot more likely given the circumstances? Whatever. The babysitter will figure out.

So yea, if you’re a complete stranger on a Facebook group and you have nothing going and wanna sleep at this woman’s house every night and take care of her special needs daughter 24 hours a day, give her a call. First come, first serve. You can bring your own kids too and just throw them on the pile.

Somehow this post didn’t cause any red flags, and a bunch of people commented and said they were interested. I’m sure most of them are probably lovely people, but personally I wouldn’t just hand my severely special needs 3 year old off to a stranger for 12 days while I left the country. Just sayin.

 

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