$12 – 14/hr
S, our 3-year-old has energy for days and he loves to learn new things. He loves to see how things come apart and go back together. He loves puzzles and books and to be outside. He's ahead in his speech so some of the things he says might surprise you. His most recent "big word" has been "spontaneous!" . But he's also a boy so he spends most of his day testing his limits on how close he can get to hurting himself without actually hurting himself lol! K, our 6-month-old is just a big lover. If he could he would spend most of his days strapped to your side. I'm assuming that will change since he's just learned how to crawl and is getting a little more independent as the days go. We do have an outdoor kitty and her name is baby girl. She demands attention EVERYTIME you walk out of the door. Our family as a whole is pretty laid back. Our ideal caregiver: We have 2 boys, the oldest is 3 and is starting his homeschooling. It's light schoolwork and I've already mapped out what to do on what days, so we would need someone who would be able to follow through with the pre-planned curriculum with him. Like I said, it's not a full days worth of school just and hour or two and I've made it fun and hands on so that he stays engaged. Our second son is only 6 months old and just started eating baby food but is also still taking bottles (with breast milk). I'm not going to lie, every parent says their kids are a handful but my boys have energy for days. We are hoping to find someone who wouldn't mind watching the boys at our own home. We also think this job would be perfect for a college student whose doing online schooling or someone older and wiser so we are accepting applications from everyone! Additional needs include light housekeeping, having a reliable car and being comfortable with pets. Flexible start date.