When you send your kid off to daycare, you worry about whether they’re going to be okay. It’s a tough time for any parent and you spend the entire time with the same questions running through your head. Will they make friends? Will they behave themselves? Will they eat properly? And most importantly, will they be safe? Most of the time you go to pick up your little one after their day at daycare and all of your fears are put to rest, your little one is happy and fine and although they may not have been perfectly behaved, you’re confident that the lovely daycare staff will have treated them appropriately. This is the case for most parents, but not every parent.
Recently, two mothers had an awful shock when they realised that the staff at the daycare centre they had enrolled their children into, may not have treated their children with such kindness. They’ve filed a complaint with the police in Washington after coming to he conclusion that both of their toddlers’ eyebrows had been waxed by the staff at a Washington Boys and Girls Club. The story unfolded when the mothers revealed their suspicions publicly last weekend.
Alyssa Salgado is the nineteen year old mother of two year old girl, Lilayiah. Alyssa had left Lilayiah at a daycare run by the Boys and Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties, which is on the Columbia Basin College campus. She was expecting that her little girl would have some fun with the other children and would be perfectly happy and healthy when she picked her up again. However, when she collected Lilayiah from the daycare, she soon noticed something strange on her daughter’s forehead.