I wish it qualified as childcare experience because I've been a nanny for five years and I can't have a preschool teaching job because I don't have 6 months experience in a licensed childcare facility. Otherwise, I don't think I'd really want to change anything.
Include gas money. If the daycare is less than 5 minutes down the road, I wouldn't give more than $10-$15 extra a week.
I saw the baby trying to poop but he was struggling, so I kept checking his diaper every 10 minutes to make sure he had/hadn't pooped so I could change him. After roughly an hour of going back and forth, he didn't poop. I ended up forgetting... more
Try Lidl or Aldi! :)
State your experience, passion for working with children, education, and hobbies.
I have had this happen as well, I report the person. I do not do it to be mean, but other sitters shouldn't have to suffer like us. Communication is key.
Personally, I wouldn't be a live in caregiver if I didn't stay all week. Otherwise, I could drive home every night.
On a first date, I would ask the usual ice-breaker questions such as, "What's your favorite color or restaurant?" Later on during the first date, I'd ask what the person believes in spiritually because Christianity is a big thing in my life.