How would you handle a nanny who 's having affair with your husband behind your back?
not married yet..but tell your nanny "YOUR FIRED" hahaha..talk to her straight in the face..and tell her..you are paid for taking good care of the kids..but you don;t get paid for flirting with my hubby..and i don;t keep a back stabber nanny " SO YOUR FIRED" hahaha..and actually it takes 2 to tango..your hubby is mostly responsible for it..he don;t respect you..he did it in your conjugal house..your love nest..and that says a lot..besides if he going to have a mistress he should have done it not inside his home..of course you find out about it cos his mess is just inside your home.." IF ONE SHOULD CRAP" or mess up..mess up far away from home or office or wherever you are..so they wont smell the awful smell hahaha,,it;s not nanny;s fault only mam..and if the nanny is single..tell her..she is ruining her life..it is not fun or thrilling ..
fire her obviously and then kick him out. don't just blame the nanny, that's kind of counter productive.
She would be fired and so would he! Not to mentioned the tremendous betrayal by both people--exposing the kids to that is absolutely unacceptable. Both gone--OUT!!
I agree with all of the above statements, but as angry as I would feel, I think someone needs to act like the adult in this situation. Confront your husband first, give him a chance to explain. Is there a chance you might be misconstruing something? If you really love your husband, and would like you marriage to work, this would be the best place to start. Fire the nanny, but not before you have a new one lined up. Consistency for the kids is the most important thing, especially if you think this will end in a divorce. Follow up by filing a complaint with the service through which she was hired. Her behavior was not only morally wrong, it's unprofessional, and her superiors should be made aware of it. First and foremost, try to shield your children from this as much as you can. When they are older they will make their own opinions about this situation, and if you conduct yourself as you would truly like to, explosively, your children will blame you as much as your husband, and they deserve a safe place/ person that they can count on.
This is a very tough situation, and I'm truly sorry if this is more than a hypothetical question for you. Just remember no one deserves to be treated that way, and you deserve better.
Fire her butt and divorce the husband! Once a cheater always a cheater
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