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If you can’t find anyone within your circle willing or qualified to babysit your kids, you’ll have to broaden your search. Using a childcare service or website can help you meet and vet sitters with a range of experience, from casual weekend sitters to full-time nannies. How to Find—and Keep—Babysitters for Your Large Family. By Sarah Bradley How to Budget for Gift Gifting in a Large Family.

By Wendy Rose Gould Meal Planning on a Budget for Large Families. By Sarah Garone How to Create Stronger Bonds Among Siblings. By Amy Morin, LCSW. So to help you all out a little, the Divas put our heads together and came up with 10 fantastic tips to find and keep a great babysitter.

1. Get Recommendations: The Diva’s all agreed that recommended babysitters are one of the best way to find a fabulous sitter. Talk with your close friends for babysitters they have used and liked. If you cast a wide net, you’re more likely to find someone that’s a good match for you and your family. Start close. Ask friends and family if they know any babysitters they would recommend.

People in your personal network know you and your style, and they’ll only refer you to someone they trust. Trust is key. Leverage other local moms. Making sure you find a great babysitter, though, often takes a bit more work.

Use solid referrals, local resources, and reliable search engines to create a list of candidates. Then, evaluate each candidate carefully and trust your findings and your “gut” to. Of course, just because someone recommended a sitter to you doesn’t mean they’re the right one for your family. For example, you might feel nervous about a 14-year-old caring for your preemie. So ask lots of questions about the potential sitter before you even call to scope them out.

Sometimes, the sitter will click with your family right away, like one did for Megan Zander, a mom of twin boys from Danbury, Connecticut. “I knew I found the right babysitter when she came in to the house and immediately ditched her phone and bag to get down on the floor and start playing with my kids,” Zander says. It’s super easy just log out of your current account and go to our home page at www.care.com, and click “find care.” You’ll need to enroll with a different email address than the one used on your caregiver account (each account is identified by a unique email), but you’ll be able to post a job describing your specific needs. Comes Prepared for Kid-Friendly Fun. The best babysitters come prepared with something to do with kids in their care. Enterprising sitters may bring a simple-to-complete craft, a special book, or even a favorite DVD or video to watch together, and some even bring popcorn or a special treat too (of course, they check for approval by parents first).

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When you are ready to start, allow time to communicate with parents seeking babysitters, contact other kids to babysit, check on babysitters while they are working, and follow up with parents to make sure they are satisfied.

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Contact local agencies that can help you find licensed child-care facilities, homes, or other providers such as nannies.

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Other babysitters can be found by word of mouth.

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There are agencies that train young women to be “nannies” (live-in babysitters) and place them in private homes (Ministry of Education, 1992; Wongboonsin, Mason, & Choe, 1991).

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• Suggest that new parents enlist grandparents, other relatives, and friends to help with cooking, cleaning, shopping, and care of other children.

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You can also find the names of babysitters in community newspapers, telephone directories, and church and grocery store bulletin boards, but remember that no one screens the people in these listings.

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Make inquiries about the availability and costs of really good child care and baby-sitters.

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Can you identify a reliable babysitter or respite provider to allow you some childfree time?

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To do so, parents should carefully interview babysitters and other child-care workers, ask for references from previous employers or families, and contact families for whom the prospective caregiver has worked.

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Often clients I’ve worked with pursue a weekly cleaning service, hire a local company to deliver food on nights particularly busy for their families, and find regular babysitters for date nights with their partners.

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  • Thank you I’ve been looking up everything for babysitting when the quarantine is over. But this has 3 seasons of everything I need to know! Thank You!!!!
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  • My password is 22067 and I will use your password every day when I get roebucks and it worked when I was trying to get roebucks in roblox

  • WHAT IF THE BABIES ARE BOTH GIRLS AND ONE IS 3 HOURS OLD AND THE OTHER ONE IS 9 MONTHS AND THE 3 HOURS OLD ONLY SLEEPS IF SHE IS BREASTFEED

  • hi i love your videos im 12 years old but every time I try and bring babysitting up to my mom she says: “whos hiring a 12-year-old to babysit” “who are u planning on babysitting and stuff like that. any advice?

  • Do you think i am to young to babysit? I am an 11 year old girl and i want to start getting into babysitting. i help at the nurses office at my school so i am super good with kids. I love babies and kids. I am also pretty mature for my age. I want to know how i will get people to let me babysit their kids. even if it is a family member. What age can i babysit? I know cpr,and i stay at home by myself a lot. I also know self defense basics. I can make sandwiches,smoothies, etc. I think i am mature and responsible enough to start babysitting somebody’s kid. What do you think? any tips/advice?

  • Babysitter boss, what do you do if a child is walking around with no clothes on? I have been babysitting and this has happened and I did not know what to do. They fought me when I tried to get something on them.

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  • Could you please make a sheet so I can give them to the parents. Ik it’s a big ask and you don’t have to do it. It would mean a lot

  • Soooooo did they for got the teacher that she is also kidnaped? those baby sitter are soooooooo weared they are just soo stronge looking

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  • Thank you so much
    I love your videos and channel it is so helpful esp ecially since I watch my 4 year old sister 24/7 and I jus want it to be easy and fun for me and my sister I also plan to babysit in the future so this is helpful

  • 1:03 how was the babysitter? “
    “he was cool and all, but he sucked my hair up with a vacuum, kinda weire”
    “Oh, kids”
    (P.S what would a parent think if they had CCTV)

  • Xss has to do the opposite to do it for you and you are not mad with you even still there aren’t any of them out of my account but you can’t get it right call you in the first one if I am not for the first one and I don’t want you are to

  • Hello! I have a question, if I took the Red Cross “Babysitting Basics” course online what should I charge if I am just starting out?

  • Great information I love your channel!!!
    I also just wanted to tell you that my neighbors want me to babysit for them I’m really happy:)
    Thanks for all the help

  • oh here we go I lost my kid well here’s a life hack carry my kid upside down by her feet and let her fall like that’s that’s day okay dangerous