VANCOUVER, Wash. — A Vancouver mother is accusing a nanny of beating her children, all caught on her home's nanny cam, and she is taking her claims to the Clark County Sheriff's Office. What goes on at home when you leave your children for work? Kaylin Tompkins started noticing bruises and lumps on her four young children months ago, and refused to believe they were just from ‘rough play.’ She installed a nanny camera last month to get peace of mind. Thanks to the nanny cam, this mom now knows. VANCOUVER, Wash. — A Vancouver mother is accusing a nanny of beating her children, all caught on her home's nanny cam, and she is taking her claims to the Clark County Sheriff's Office. What goes on at home when you leave your children for work? Kaylin Tompkins started noticing bruises and lumps on her four young children months ago, and refused to believe they were just from ‘rough play.’ She installed a nanny camera last month to get peace of mind. Thanks to the nanny cam, this mom now knows. ADVERTISING “I felt like my body temperature rose 15 degrees,” said Tompkins. “I was sweating; I was crying; I didn't know what to do.” What she found confirmed her mother's intuition, she said. “You don't want to see that your kids are being thrown around and locked in a room,” said Tompkins. A woman hired in October as an in-home nanny to her four young children for six days a week, is seen grabbing her special needs child --and in other clips, her other children-- and not gently. The nanny is also seen barricading them from the living room with the couch. In another clip, the nanny is seen spanking Tompkin's two-year-old son on the kitchen counter, which is time-stamped Friday. “This is neglect to me; this is abuse as plain as day to me, no question in my mind. I would never treat someone's kids like that, ever,” said Tompkins. “They can't talk or stick up for themselves and people take advantage of that for whatever reason. I don't know why someone would hurt someone else's children.” KATU News is not naming the nanny because she hasn't been charged with a crime. Tompkins says the nanny blames rough play for all the bruises and scratches she had seen on her kids. After watching the videos, Tompkins confronted the nanny Saturday. “I wanted her to tell me why she would treat my kids that way. She wouldn't. She wanted to leave; she wanted to run away from it, and nothing is going to happen to her,” she said. Detectives will be investigating the abuse allegations, but Thompkins worries her videos aren't enough proof. “Obviously, they weren't beaten or near death or anything, but is that what I’m supposed to wait for?” Tompkins said. “I feel like I can't trust anyone around my kids again.” While Tompkins waits for justice, she’s encouraging parents to follow their gut instincts. “If you feel like something can be happening, it probably is," she said. The Clark County Sheriff's Office says the child is not in immediate danger, that's why they're not in any rush to make an arrest. They have to wait for a child abuse detective to investigate and interview the children. KATU News reached out to the nanny, but she hasn't returned our calls for comment.