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by 15scoulosv on 7/1/2009 9:25:58 PM
OMG! i really want to babysit some toddlers and i feel like i have the responsibility but my parents wont let me! help?
by carleighb on 6/30/2009 3:54:48 PM
I get 10 dollers an hr for three kids that are 6 and 6 (twins) and 8. I kinda feel like there paying me to much because the kids are really good and easy to handle and I would rather be able to babysit more for less than less for a little more $ because in the long run i would pry make more money and i dont mind babysitting. Whenever i try to tell her its to much she insist i keep it and i end up feeling bad because most of the time she really does need a babysiter. how should i tell her that i really dont need that much??? thank you.
by ladymohawk on 6/30/2009 3:34:59 PM
i might be babysitting for my first time with family (like 2nd or 3rd cousins) sometime soon. I think 1 is 2 yrs and i have almost no probs with her and she loves being around me. and a 4 year old?. what do you think i should charge if i do? i dont want to be greedy since it would be my first time babysitting for someone other than my little (now 5 yr old) bro. and it is family and i would love to keep sitting 4 them. HELP!!!
by lalaland15 on 6/28/2009 10:02:37 PM
by qtpie4ever on 6/27/2009 4:45:49 PM
by supergrl1093 on 6/24/2009 3:19:53 PM
I always feel really awkward about like talking about pay and stuff and unless they bring it up, we don't talk about it and they usually just pay a pretty good amount at the end of the night(between $5-$10 depending on the times and stuff, if I did it in the middle of the day on a wednesday in the summer for only 2 hours while they were home just to keep them entertained, then only like $5ish per hour, but if it were for 5 hours babysitting three kids late at night, I would get paid like $8 or $10 for each hour the kid was awake then once they go to bed itd be less...usually the clients are pretty good about figuring it out and they tip sometimes too. I don't mind late nights and stuff but it gets tiring and I don't like to fall asleep because one time I did and I woke up to the kid next to me watching tv at 11:30!!! Good thing the parents weren't home.
by xodanielleox on 6/23/2009 5:33:55 PM
by abercrombie-gurl on 6/22/2009 4:41:35 PM
i get around $12 dollars an hour for babysitting twin2 year olds and the same for babysitting 2 girls in grade 2 and 4
by carina16 on 6/21/2009 6:09:34 PM
by abercrombie-gurl on 6/19/2009 4:37:30 PM
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