So, when a conflicted babysitter decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's 'Am I the As*hole' about whether or not she was wrong to refuse to use cloth diapers when a mother insisted, people were quick to help deem a verdict.
I (23F) used to nanny from college until like a year ago before I got a my dream job. I work 65+ hour weeks so I really look forward to relaxing on the weekends. The family I used to nanny for begged me to watch their kids last weekend so they could go to a last minute birthday party, I said no at first because I need my weekends to decompress after a long week but they were in a bind so I agreed.
Since I left they had a new baby. While I was nannying both kids were potty trained so I never dealt with diapers with them. I show up and they start going over the baby’s schedule and they then tell me they use cloth diapers so for poops I have to scrap it off into the toilet. I told them I am not doing that.