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By Anonymous - / Sunday 9 August 2015 03:53 / United States
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  HerMischief  |  21

report her to who? The police? good luck holding that one up in a court of law.

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  fakedsincerity  |  32

If she's an agency babysitter you can report her to the company and they'll take her off their books. If she's just a friend or does it off an ad or something the OP is out of luck.

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  betweenwinds  |  18

You can totally report her to the police. She's selling unregulated human fluids. That's a huge health hazard. Those unregulated human fluids are also stolen. Double whammy.

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  HerMischief  |  21

Any evidence?

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  rickAUS  |  16

It is deliberate food tampering which makes it a criminal act, plus formula doesn't have the same lifespan as breast milk once made up and baby could get considerably sick.

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  HerMischief  |  21

unless you put the nanny cam by the refrigerator, where it WOULD be noticed, it would he hard to catch them in the act.

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  UH60  |  26

Found the babysitter.

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  mohamed_H  |  21

When i read double whammy i thought of good luck charlie lol

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  HerMischief  |  21

Unfortunately, not really.

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  HerMischief  |  21

without evidence no court is appropriate.

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  leogachi  |  15

@105 You must also be an expert. Since you seem convinced that the two of them are wrong, you must know quite a bit about how the law works. Tell me, how do you expect this to go to trial without evidence?

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  MonstreBelle  |  28

There are private milk banks that will pay for donations. Although I would never recommend that a mother use one considering they are unregulated and don't screen donations for diseases.

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  MonstreBelle  |  28

71: I didn't mean to make it sound like there are no regulated milk banks in the US. There are many regulated ones, they just don't pay for donations (with the exception of one that I know of). But I agree, they are indeed awesome. It's great that mothers who can't breastfeed for whatever reason now have an option that allows them to provide breast milk for their baby.

By  ontheFLY4  |  25

A total eclipse is like a woman breastfeeding in a restaurant. It's free, it's beautiful, but under no circumstances should you look at it.

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  YFOS_fml  |  16

Oh so funny and so true!

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  typicalsloot_  |  6

You do understand that the second half of the word breastfeeding is feeding, right? They are not breastfeeding to get attention or a rise from people. Mothers are trying to feed their babies and that is all. If you don't like it look away.

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