I work in a nursery and parents always worry about what their kid’s wearing – we do care, but not in the way you think

A NURSERY worker has taken to Facebook to insist she doesn't care about what children wear when they come to her.

Keisha Maria Crosby posted on the Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas group on the social media site, writing: "Just curious – What's something you wish more people understood about your job?"

"I'll go first…" she continued.

"I work in a nursery and I can categorically confirm that we don't care about brands and labels."

She added that it's "fine if not preferred" if your child comes in in old clothes.

"Because they're going to get dirty and having to tell mums that their child's Balenciaga's have paint on is excruciating," she concluded.

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People quickly took to the comments section to reveal the misconceptions about their own jobs.

"I am a teacher," one person wrote. "I will do my absolute best for your child.

"I will push them as hard as I can to achieve their full potential. I will support them and guide them.

"I will pass them a tissue when it’s been a tough day. Give them advice when things aren’t going well.

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"But I am not solely responsible for their upbringing.

"Basic manners, how to cross the road and many other life experiences are down to you the parents.

"I have already parented my own children and have decided to give my womb a break."

"Foster parent," another added.

"I always hear ‘I couldn’t do it, it would break my heart and couldn’t give them back’

"That’s why there’s not enough of us, every child deserves love either until they can return home and be loved again by their families or forever with us."

And a third commented: "Carer – my hour brightens your loved ones day."

"Imagine what your hour feels like to them. 

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"Also I don’t spend all day cleaning up poo. I cleaned more poo up when I worked in a Wetherspoons!!

"Caring is an amazing job."

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