The other day I took my children to an establishment (they shall remain anonymous) and while my children were in their care, there was an onslaught and a barrage of questions, (personal family questions). Your job is to watch the children not bombard them with questions that even a stranger on the street is not authorized to ask. What and who gives this person the right to be nosy in my personal information.
Since when is it okay to question my children about personal information. If you want to know the answer, (I am pretty nice, in my opinion) I would’ve answered them if necessary. It makes me highly upset and somewhat violated that an employee at this establishment proceeds to ask my children all kinds of questions about my family, my husbands job, where we live, about their school, and gave comments like: your mom is really your teacher, so what do you do all day, what kind of work do you do all day? None of your business, my daughter wanted to say, but they have been taught to be polite. In this instance, I really feel it was necessary to tell this person if you want to know something, you can ask my mom when she picks us up.
I applaud my children for not being rude, but this is one time they should have told her to mind her own business. I didn’t find out about all the questions until we were in the car and headed home, then my children told me all of the additional questions the person asked them. Please believe I will be speaking with her supervisor/manager regarding this manner and I will also not be returning to this establishment any time soon.
Has anyone else had to deal with this kind of issue?