Our expert says:
I don't get the sense of "they don't ask too many questions" --- if a child is genuinely constantly crying, it's a day mother's job to work out what is going on and discuss this with the parents, rather than just to ignore it. Tehre could be many reasons for such behaviour in a child, some of them relatively unimportant, some of them rather serious, which is why any caregiver should want to understand it. I understand your concern, but its hard to see how you could usefully intervene other than to express your concern that they seem to unconcerned, and to encourage them to be less complacent
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