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babysit

Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to guide someone through a first experience with hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs.
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Datenight was started by Elize Shirdel, a mom of two boys who wanted desperately to have a monthly dinner out with her husband, but constantly struggled to secure a babysitter. As an engineer and a developer, she figured there must be a technical solution to this problem, so she built an app to do it.
Looking at laws on special cases concerning child abuse crimes, a babysitter working at a nursery facility can face additional punishment for assaulting a child.
Bigger companies tend to have more experienced babysitters, so be sure to do some homework to find out the size of the companies you've shortlisted.
Co-founder Adrien Murdoch said: "As parents, we know that when it comes to finding a babysitter, nothing is more powerful than a personal connection, and with our app, users can quickly tap into their wider network of trusted sitters."
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- An Ankara business court accepted the case of an unemployed babysitter claiming compensation from her employer who fired her after she asked for a pay raise.
Accounts manager Manish Kumar, said he has hired two babysitters -- one each in the morning and evening for her daughter.
The women workers feel helpless as they have to leave their children in the care of these babysitters.
For your teenagers who are beginning to babysit, this book is a solid contemporary addition to your babysitter guides.--Suzanne Osman.
On a quest for equal rights, many American babysitters informally unionized in the late 1940s.
Eileen Jones, 53, lives in Ynyshir, and is signed up with babysitting agency Rent-a-Gran, which offers more mature babysitters for up to three children at a time.
Everybody's favorite crew of good-hearted babysitters is back in this second graphic novel from Scholastic's Graphix line.
A third of parents say that there are fewer babysitters now than there were ten years ago, which is probably why four in ten parents say they can't find anybody to watch over their kids.