Mum Finds Tape On Baby’s Pacifier, Suspects Nanny Sticks It On Baby’s Face

Mum Finds Tape On Baby’s Pacifier, Suspects Nanny Sticks It On Baby’s Face

"I concluded that she taped the pacifier onto my boy’s face in order to force him to suck on it to sleep."

“Mummies looking or [have] already [placed] your lo at nanny’s place, please check your lo every day after you bring them home! (sic)” Vanessa Van, a mum in Singapore urges fellow parents. 

Mum Finds Tape On Baby’s Pacifier

Taking to a Facebook post to share what she had experienced, Vanessa said she had gone to pick up her 3-month-old son from the nanny last Friday (25 Sep), only to find that his pacifier was “very dirty and sticky”.

It did not occur to her that the nanny could have been involved, even though she noticed “sticky residues” on her son’s face for a week or so prior to the incident. 

“I thought maybe it’s the yaolan or something being rubbed against my boy’s face,” she wrote.

When she asked the nanny why the pacifier was so sticky, Vanessa claimed that the nanny tried to avoid her question not just once, but twice, and even tried to change the topic. 

While Vanessa explained that her sharing is based purely on her own assumptions, she presumed that her nanny had something to do with it.

“Feel free to let me know if you think otherwise, cause I really can’t imagine what other possibilities it could be,” she wrote.

In her post, Vanessa shares a couple of pictures where remnants of the white tape and its sticky residues were left on the pacifier. 

Mum finds tape on baby’s pacifier

Mum finds tape on baby’s pacifier. Image source: Facebook/Vanessa Van

Mum Finds Tape On Baby’s Pacifier, Suspects Nanny Sticks It On Baby’s Face

Image source: Facebook/Vanessa Van

“I concluded that she taped the pacifier onto my boy’s face in order to force him to suck on it to sleep. And also so that she doesn’t have to keep putting the pacifier into her mouth,” Vanessa wrote. 

In addition, she alleged that the nanny often complains about her son not falling asleep despite shaking the yaolan, and only likes babies “who sleeps all day so it’s easy for her to do her own things”. 

“By doing what was done, it may accidentally cause my boy to choke or [be] unable to breathe,” she says. And in the case whereby the nanny steps away, she questions: “Who’s there to save my boy?” 

However, apart from the nanny, Vanessa states that the nanny’s husband also helps to look after the babies, leaving her uncertain as to who is the culprit.

“But since she is the main nanny, she should not have let this happen,” she said.

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