Our interests are utilizing family time as often and as frequently as possible. We believe that family is extremely important and we value honesty, forgiveness, and happiness.
Our son A. just turned 1-year-old and right now his passions are construction/or renovation since he is constantly moving, eating, and/or destroying furniture or on special occasions, wall paint/drywall taste attempts. He also seems to be talented with escaping enclosures and evading the authorities. Nah! In all honesty he is and has always been pretty independent when it comes to play and discovering new things. He is a very active boy though, as many toddlers are. He definitely likes to try new things and test new limits, but he is so happy to meet new people and learn new things.
A. does not require any special support nor does he require any special needs besides ensuring he does not eat or try to eat anything hazardous, since he is still teething. He can also have a tendency to try to put too much food in his mouth at one time, so being able to ensure he eats a small amount is needed as well. Currently, he does walk on his own, but he has not successfully mastered the art yet, therefore he does fall often.
We are looking for a person who has a love for children. We hope that this individual could provide and extend the same care and love to our son as myself and my husband do. My husband and I have hilarious senses of humor and hope to offer this position to someone who enjoys the occasional dad-joke now and again or just build a friendship/relationship with someone who will become a staple in our sons life.
Our home has a 2 car garage and drive way with additional parking in the front of the property.
We do have 4 pets (ALL rescues from my vet hospital I worked at for 13 years):
Finnigan: Maine Coon: 11 yrs: sweet/outgoing/loving
Fury: 3 legged Deer head chihuahua: 9 yrs: sweet/outgoing/loving
Sheamus: Tabby: 6 yrs: sweet/hides usually so you probably will not see him while here
Apollo: Husky mix: 2 yrs: sweet/outgoing/loving/excited/vocal (as husky's always usually are)