Mom Calls Teen to Pick Up Toddler at Daycare in Emergency—When She Sees Her Snapchat, It Goes Viral

When unexpected things happen, parents scramble to find daycare or someone to pick up a child from school.

This is also the case with Candice Curry. As a result, she fussed for someone to pick up her three-year-old son from daycare due to an “emergency” situation.

This mama of six was able to save the day thanks to her teenage daughter.

Stiles, 17, left school early to pick up her younger brother.

Candice wrote on Facebook, “I thought she took him home.”. That was, until I saw her Snapchat.

Source: Facebook

“Instead of skipping class, she took her three-year-old brother back to high school with her and let him sleep on her while she finished her last class of the day.”

Candice admits that she is unsure of the legalities, or what kind of rules were broken, but she doesn’t seem to be concerned.

While holding her baby brother, my sweet teenager helped her family out and returned to her other responsibility.

Either I’m the worst mom in the world or I’m doing a great job. “Don’t tell me which one to look at, let me gaze at this picture in blissful ignorance.”

Candice wasn’t the only one who liked the picture of Stiles. She was praised for her nap time wizardry and went viral on the Internet.

Teachers chimed in, saying they would rather have students come to class with their siblings than miss class altogether.

It was a one-time thing, since Stiles doesn’t normally pick up her brother from school. Family emergencies do arise, and her help eased an already stressful situation.

“My daughter asked her teacher for permission to bring him back to class, and her teacher approved. “She attends a great school that understands the value of family and education.”

Candice is doing a great job at mothering, and Stiles is learning from the best in the business. In addition, she may have just scored herself enough babysitting work to last her the next decade.


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