A young baby had been continuously crying for 3 weeks. Then his mother receives a disturbing note slipped under her door

Anita Durairaj

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In an article reported in Yahoo News, a young Australian mother living in an apartment complex in Sydney is upset after she receives a disturbing note stuffed underneath her door.

The incident began when her 15-month-old son started crying continuously for weeks on end. The little boy was sick and could not help himself from crying.

According to his mother, it had been really rough for him and she had to keep him away from daycare.

This week has been especially rough," "He's had a fever again, and at night he's been waking every two hours because of his blocked nose and cough."

One day, the mom came home to find a note stuffed underneath her door.

The note was anonymous but was most likely written by one of her neighbors living in the same apartment.

The note said,

Please 6 long months we have been having very disturbing baby crying start early mornings. Please find a solution. We need our sleep as much as you do. I am sure for residents who are closer to you feel the same.

The mother was shocked and decided to share the note on social media. She explained that she lived in an apartment and was unsure about how to proceed.

Most social media commenters sympathized with the mother saying that the baby's crying was completely normal and her neighbors were being selfish.

The mother was advised to respond to the anonymous neighbor's note by leaving them a pair of earplugs.

The baby's mother explained,

"I absolutely feel like being petty and sticking it up on my building’s notice board, pinning some earplugs, and writing 'here’s your solution'."

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