When you return to work, you have to choose to either send your children either to kindergarten or hire a babysitter to take care of them.
For most people, a babysitter is a more convenient and least expensive option.
The process involves numerous interviews, to ensure you select either the right man or woman for the position, someone you trust with your child.
Sometimes even dangerous individuals can slip through the net.
Emergency services received an alarming call on March 8, this year.
At seven in the morning Three-year-old, Hannah Wesche had been left with her babysitter by her father with the babysitter, Lindsey Partin.
Just hours later, after the emergency call, Wesche was found unconscious by police.
She seemed to be experiencing severe difficulties breathing.
Partin herself made the call to the authorities.
Claiming that Hannah had fallen the previous day and hit her head.
Hannah was brought to Fort Hamilton Hospital and then on to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital as she was in a critical condition.
Partin acknowledged striking Hannah, at an initial hearing, claiming that as a result, the three-year-old banged her head on the cement floor.
Police are still investigating exactly how Hannah’s injuries happened at present.
As he fought back tears, Hannah’s father, Jason Wesche, confirmed his daughter is probably not going to survive.
If Hannah dies, Partin faces more serious punishment than being charged with felonious assault and child endangering.
Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said on Monday. “This little girl is hanging on by a thread. Cases like this rip your heart out. I don’t understand why or how anyone harms a child.”
“Get background checks, talk to neighbors, friends and family members before letting anyone watch your children, know who you are leaving your babies with,” he added.
Hannah’s dad has started A GoFundMe page to raise money towards giving her the best possible service they can.
Partin inflicted such damage on Hannah that she is now brain dead.
Doctors were forced to remove parts of her scalp to reduce the significant swelling on her brain, once the little girl arrived at the hospital.
Unfortunately, her life-support machines may possibly be switched off soon, where her parents are preparing to say their last goodbyes.