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63 Comments | Add Yours
by cloejoe on 12/18/2009 4:52:16 PM
Need some help with sitting? Comment on my profile and I will (hopefully) get back to you within 2 or 3 days. Thanks!!
by pointeprincess on 12/14/2009 4:20:47 PM
OH my! I've been there! You get used to it.
by pointeprincess on 12/14/2009 4:06:58 PM
Hey, I'm 13 and I need some advice on how to start babysitting. Thanks!
by Flameweaver on 12/14/2009 3:02:11 PM
Heres a good tip if a kid is scared there is a monster under his/her bed. Bring "monster spray" (a spray bottle filled with water) When its time to go to bed, make sure the child is watching and spray some under the bed and at the door and in the closet. Later that night if that dose not work, put a carrot under the bed. Tell the child monsters love carrots but it makes them shrink. Then with a paper bag under the bed put the carrot in there and say its the monster and u will throw him away!
by blackrose800 on 12/12/2009 1:54:49 PM
by Chinchilla on 12/11/2009 12:35:20 PM
I'm 11 and a half and I watch my sisters three kids(2,6,and 6 months)so these tips really helped me.Thnx GL
by gotbxr on 7/22/2009 7:21:00 PM
good tips!thx GL!
by baria14 on 7/17/2009 5:16:49 PM
The best way to start your babysitting business is to employ your parents. They might be able to land you some gigs - truth is, most parents' coworkers have kids and are dying to find a good sitter. Plus, since they are your parents' coworkers, your fam is already familiar w/ them, and your employers won't be complete strangers. I asked my dad to talk to some of his friends at work, and he almost immediately had gigs lined up!!!
by Shopaholic923 on 6/7/2009 2:20:16 PM
I'm ready, but I'm gonna wait a while.
I've read every single "Getting Started" babysitting article! Finally done!
And I posted on a bunch.
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