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    I came home and bathed him and washed him extra well!! I even used soap in his face which I never normally do. I just wanted him to feel clean. (More in my own head I think)

    I prob sound a bit OTT to some but I just can't help how she made me feel

    DH agreed that it was totally weird and he is deleting her off his Facebook too.

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    thats very strange! But you didnt fail him, He is safe and is with you and DH and you/he were there the whole time. Its made you feel uneasy - understandable - but its not like you left him with a complete stranger.

    Im a childcare worker, and theres no way i would do that to even my friends babies! I always ask before picking them up, and i would never kiss them... unless mums out of the room and baby is screaming...in which case i would pick the child up.
    I totally respect the whole babies and their personal space thing.

    good on DH for removing her from FB. She sounds a bit crazy

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    Well done for demonstrating self control and not punching her on the face! Sound like your bub is absolutely adorable and irresistible I can understand where u are coming from but there's another way to look at it. I have caught one of the child care workers at daycare kissing my boy on the cheek. I was pleased that someone unrelated could show him affection and felt safe that someone so fond of him was looking after him. To me it was reassuring I don't think it's possible to receive too much love..I guess everyone is different and your gut reaction is totally normal and it's good to be protective. Be glad you didn't cause a scene in front of your kids. In this way I think u absolutely did the right thing

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    I would feel uneasy too. I hate hate HATE when people kiss my baby. No. I am allowed to do that, and his Grandparents can do that. No one else.


 

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