Card Verification Code can be found on the back of the card, usually
within the signature panel.
can be found on the front of your card, just above the
number on the right side.
“ I've been caring for children since 1972. I have 2 grown children and 3 grandchildren of my own. I have been babysitting for 40 years. I am a very energetic and young 50-year-old. I have been a full-time nanny for 3 years. My current family no longer has a need due to the youngest child starting school and their mother is going to quit her job and return to being a stay-at-home mom. I have been my current family's...I've been caring for children since 1972. I have 2 grown children and 3 grandchildren of my own. I have been babysitting for 40 years. I am a very energetic and young 50-year-old. I have been a full-time nanny for 3 years. My current family no longer has a need due to the youngest child starting school and their mother is going to quit her job and return to being a stay-at-home mom. I have been my current family's full-time nanny since May 31, 2011. I have thoroughly enjoyed caring for their two beautiful, sweet daughters. I work Monday through Friday every week, starting at 7:15 in the morning and go home when one of the parents returns home from their jobs. I am flexible with my end time as I understand Atlanta traffic can be a little hairy. My day usually ends between 5:30 and 7:00 p.m. The oldest girl just started first grade and the youngest is starting preschool in September. Currently, I see the oldest girl off to the bus for school first thing in the morning and then care for the3-year-old girl until the bus returns at 3:30 in the afternoon. Days start with a home-cooked breakfast and then we read. Then I help her get dressed, brush teeth, and wash up for the day. Then it's play room time. After play time we usually go for a walk (weather permitting) and enjoy nature, sunshine and fresh air. After some exercise, it's time for snack. I always balance foods at meals, such as: some protein (like peanut butter, seeds or nuts, lean meats or cheese), fresh veggies and fresh fruit. After snack, we have arts and crafts time. We are currently working on the alphabet, so I incorporate letters with our craft project. We use paper, crayons, glue, child scissors, glitter, pom-poms and natural items found on our walks (leaves, sticks, pine cones, seeds, etc.) These crafts help with her motor skills, spatial awareness, shapes and colors. After craft time, we eat a fresh-healthy lunch and then she goes down for her nap. After nap, we meet big sister's bus. In the late afternoon we have a healthy snack together then play games outside or play board games and/or games working on movement inside. We end the day reading. I read to the youngest, and I help her big sister as she reads her beginner books out loud. I also do the children's laundry, dishes and clean up around the house. I have grown to genuinely love these girls and will miss them terribly, but understand that things change and support their mother's decision to return to being a stay-at-home mom.More ”
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