Just days after reading the Matzav report about the “nanny” who allegedly suffocated a Jewish infant she was to be taking care of, I wish to share with you my own shocking story. It’s not much of a story actually.
Simply put, my infant baby’s nurse gave my 4-year-old child treif.
I was horrified. I immediately asked the nurse to leave. Her reaction revealed that she knew that she had given my child something that was not kosher.
Her evil smirk betrayed her. She had done it on purpose.
She had the container of Utz Pork Rinds in her own personal bag. Maybe she had it with her during the days prior. I don’t know. But she was clearly hiding it until I find my 4-year-old daughter munching on something.
“What is that?”
She didn’t answer.
“Who’d you get that from?”
She pointed to the nurse, Gabby.
[By the way, I am truly concerned about whether this evil woman, who had evil intentions, may have traifed up my house. The evil look in her eye told me I shouldn’t assume otherwise. My husband has been speaking to rabbonim about this.]
Matzav readers, I have learned my lesson. Never again. I will not bring a nanny or nurse into my home ever again. I can’t afford the timtum halev of my child. Their neshamah is too precious.
The question is: Why was I so foolish in the first place?
First a child is almost suffocated. Now a child, a Yiddishe neshamah, was given tarfus. What’s next?
I am sharing this story with Matzav.com for a purpose: Let this be a lesson to everyone out there.
A Mother Distressed