It should not be. The families should pay a little more for overnight care or at least tip the babysitter fairly.
The families will usually arrange the compensation regardless of the number of children but more based on the hours you will work for them. Give them a fair price based on the hours, be flexible about your duties, but do not accept to be explored. There must be a clear... more
I have never used written agreements but I believe that it makes it more professional and safe for both parts. My tips are: Be honest about your expectation, charge accordingly to the time and location your are working, try to have an open communication with your employers about any doubt... more
Your son might be a little overwhelmed by all the news of being in kindergarten and perhaps gets distract by the new activities he might be focused on and ends up not realizing when its time to go to the bathroom in time. It is important to know how his... more
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