Nanny shares a photo of 'her daughter', her boss realizes she's been using her son for a scam

In today’s day and age, we live in a world where social media reigns supreme. It’s not uncommon for expectant and new mothers to post photographs of their children on the likes of Facebook and Instagram, and we all love to see these adorable photos fill up our feeds. However, one nanny got more than she bargained for when she posted a photograph of her daughter on Facebook. As her boss inspected the photo, she realized that something didn’t quite add up. When she looked closer, she couldn’t believe her eyes…
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Most of us can’t go a day without posting or sharing a photo on social media, and we have learned to expect that new moms are always going to show off their adorable children for the rest of the world to see.

That’s just the way it is. These mothers normally expect congratulations, well-wishes, and coos of adoration, but one woman received something else entirely. As her boss took a closer look at one particular photograph of her baby daughter, she knew that she had to say something. Something just wasn’t right.

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