Here's her concern:
She hired a babysitter.
Everything was fine before, but then she came home and found her babysitter had taken a shower while her husband was watching the kids.
She wasn't comfortable with this situation at all, so she told her.
Plus, her husband wasn't even supposed to be home at that time...
Yet, he supports the babysitter and claims she didn't do anything wrong.
This entire situation is just too weird and upsetting to the OP.
"I'm seeing a potentially bigger problem here, OP..."
She should talk to her husband...
"Hell, leave the babysitter alone."
"The issue is trust"
"It's kinda red flaggy."
"Talk about your very real fears and deal with that part of marriage."
Nothing unusual here:
Someone else agreed:
A Redditor was just wondering:
Her suspicion may be justified, but misplaced.
"You’ll be lucky if she ever comes back"
Is she too jealous?
"Is this really about milk?"
Even though the OP's concern was a little bit concealed and the responses of other Redditors were really various, with different perspectives, they all agreed that she should talk to her husband. If she has doubts about his infidelity, she should solve that problem with him, not with the babysitter.
What do you think regarding this whole situation? Is she too jealous, or she has the right to be suspicious?