I am a nanny and my last day was supposed to be tomorrow. BUT, a few days ago there was an altercation with their 2nd grade daughter. She's 8 but looks like a 4th grader, b/c she's quite large. The daughter, Kim was in a bad mood. No shocker there. BUT, it progressed into VERY violent behavior by the time we got home. She was saying things like---and I quote---"I want to kill you and John (her brother)." "I killed a guy in a park once who bugged me and I burried him. That's what I'm going to do to you and John." " You are gross, gross, bad little girl, Crystal (me), and I'm going to kill you." "I hate you John because you are weak and I know where to hit you so you'll bleed. Then I'll bury you." She ran to the kitchen and pulled a knife (not a butcher knife, but the kind you use to cut onions). I had told John, her 7 year old brother to go to his room and not come out.....but he had the door cracked and saw her in the kitchen with the knife and ran out and tried to stop her..... I called her parents. Long story short, her parents took her to the psyche ward. Diagnosis.....Anxiety. yeah right. The mom was very friendly to me during the 3 months I worked there. She took me under her wing a bit showing me the city (since I was new to this area). BUT, now she's trying to orchestrate a "goodbye/going away" get together where I can see the kids, hang out for a few hours, etc. The kids expect a present I know, b/c they told me a few weeks ago that they wanted a Pokeman video game. The parents owe me 40 bucks, but by the time I bought the kids gift and wasted 2 hours of my time on kids that drive me CRAZY (and freak me out), I'd rather skip it and just send the mom and email telling me how I feel. Staying involved with them is just too emotionally draining. Is that wrong since the mom has been so nice to me? What would you do if you were me? HELP!