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Part-time Nanny For 2.5 Year Old.

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ISO reliable, safe, trustworthy sitter ( to come to my home) for my 2. 5-year-old son. I am located in the Summerdale area and only need 3 days a week so I can attend my classes at Coastal at the Fairhope Campus. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. PLEASE only respond if child care is what you do because you want to and that's where your heart is. I have been a stay at home mom since his birth and we have never been separate from one another. That being said he is also very attached to me and daycare facilities just don't seem like the right fit for us. Our interests and values include taking boat rides on our pontoon, yard work, my husband has a cool little koi pond in our fenced in backyard where we have a shaded deck and my son has a Canopy sand box he plays in sometimes. We are a Christian family, non-smokers and fairly laid back household. My son is your typical man's man. He loves everything to do with cars, monster trucks, construction and anything that crashes. He loves watching Blippi and trucks in the mud. He loves to play, color, draw, etc.. My son and I have never been apart. With that being said he is very attached to me and I to him. We have been trying daycare to no avail and feel it would be in the best interest for him and I to find a sitter to come to our home where he has one on one care, feels safe, secure and comfortable in his surroundings. We're looking for someone who has experience in caring for children because it is in their heart to do so. Not just because it is a job. We are a non smoking home and prefer it that way. To get to our home, you can drive and park in our parking spot Our family includes one Labradoodle he is very sweet, gentle and after his excitement to see another person he gets calm and lays around the house. He is crate and potty trained and will be taken care of before the caregiver came to our home. If for any reason he becomes a nuisance he can easily be put in his crate or outside to get out some energy.