Day Care Worker Writes On Infant’s Stomach To Remind Mother To Bring Diapers

Written by Deja Monet January 28, 2020
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A Florida mother is stunned after she discovered one of the workers from her son’s daycare wrote on his stomach to remind her to bring extra diapers.

Local 10 News reports Heather Chisum of Sanibel Island posted photos of the message on her son Milo’s stomach to Facebook after she started changing his diaper. She says the staff at The Children’s Education Center of The Islands would leave a message in her children’s lunchbox regarding their behavior or hygiene products.

The message was written in permanent marker and the ink remained on the boy’s skin after Chisum cleaned it with wipes. She says this is not the first time this happened.

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 I change his diaper this afternoon AND SEE THIS WRITTEN ON MY SON WITH MARKER. You can’t even see all of it in the pic.. it says,” Mom I’m out of diapers pls read my report”. I’ve scrubbed it with several baby wipes and it’s not coming off. I had plans to take them to the beach to play, and now I can’t because my son has writing all over him.”

“In the very worst case scenario, I can’t see anything other than “need diapers” needing to be written. Why a big long message needed to be written across my sons stomach is beyond me.”

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Chisum said this is not the first time the daycare has written a message on her son’s skin and asked her friends on Facebook if she was overreacting to the daycare’s behavior.

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