i love my neice almost as much as i love my daughter but jesus my sister is something else...everytime the baby cries or does something my sister doesnt like she smacks her so hard and throws her in time out if my sister doesnt wanna deal with her she makes the baby sit on the couch and yells at her if she gets up she totally ignores her and drags her around by her hair like a damn cavewomen it drives me absolutly insane cause thers nothing i can do about it.
if i try talking to her about it she yells at me and i end up physically hitting my sister or we get into a screaming match. she has to be reminded to feed my neice and pawns her off on my mom and dad all the time.
just 10 minutes ago my sister (after being told to feed her kid) was in the cubboard and a can fell out my neice was standing right next to her and without even thinking she smacked my neice so hard on her bare little thieghs and once on her arm and once on her head screaming and yelling at her not to touch the cans when i told my sister that she didnt touch the can that it fell out when my sister was reaching for something else she told me to shut the smurf up and mind my own bussiness cause i didnt see it when i did now my neice is sitting on the couch crying and starving in time out cause my sister decided it was a good idea not to feed her till after her time out was over.
and its not like my neices dad is much better he gets her on his days and drops her off at his mothers house. my neice is gonna be 2 in march and shes not even talking yet because she gets ignored by her parents idk what to do to help my neice i have a 4 year old and im pregnant ready to pop any day any suggestions?
Wait she's not even 2?! I mean, regardless of age my heart breaks for the baby but that makes her, what? 20 months?! That's absolute abuse no matter how you slice it. Your sister needs help and that baby needs to be saved.
Have you talked to your parents about her behavior? That is flat out abuse. Tell them whats been happening and see what they think, but no matter what you can't just let it go on. Call CPS, suggest counciling, something. You allowing it to happen is as good as condoning it.