Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Babysitter's Guide

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Every now and then my hubby and I actually do leave the house and entrust our four children to some random individual a safe and trusted friend. This little document is generally left on the counter for the babysitter to use as a quick reference guide, should any of our children require any sort of emergency care - which, if you know our family, is highly likely and could be caused by something as innocent as a sippy cup...and if you don't know that story...oh, that is all for another day, my friend.

But I digress.

Having this guide stuck on the drive of my computer just seems rather silly, so sharing it with you all - assuming of course that you find it helpful, would just make sense. Mine is obviously filled out, but posting mine would be just too-much-information....and I'm sure that you all understand that. But download and print away - and enjoy!


  1. What a great babysitter guide. I am going to print that out for the next time Tim and I get to go out. Thanks for sharing :-)

  2. At first I thought I'd been scooped, because tomorrow I was going to post a guide to being an excellent babysitter on my blog. Thankfully, you took a different approach, but that's a great guide for any babysitter!

    Chelsey @ Brown Eyed Basics

  3. Love it. I just usually write it all out. I like this. I think I'll use it :-)

  4. Hey, that's pretty smart and handy! If my husband and I EVER get to get away together, I may just use it!

  5. I have a very similar form! That helps me feel like I'm doing a good job. If Jo does it...


    Get your LONG pants's gettin' chilly in the evening.

  6. A great guide for all parents who are trying to find a babysitter. It's interesting and wrote in a manner in which all of us will find babysitter search a lot easier and will do it with confidence.

  7. In my opinion, babysitter play a much more important role in a child's life than people seem to know. A child, even from a small age, feels the need to be surrounded by people and to "socialize", so to say

  8. I'm glad to see that for you, babysitting is not an "issue". For some people, it's a really big problem, both finding one, and being one.

  9. Babysitting it's a wonderful job if you are responsible enough to realize that the child depends on you. This way, you will do your best for him and things will turn out great.


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