Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 6 years paid experience
- Age 19
- Babysitter in Los Banos, CA 93635
- Comfortable with pets
I have been babysitting for about 6 Years varying from babysitting my siblings, family members children, family friends children. I am a very trustworthy person and I would only have my own car on Monday and Tuesday all hour. I have been helpful in various situation as in helping people in need, doing community service to help the community and schools, I also done a lot of after school activities while I was attending my high school so I know what it feels like to be around a lot of people and children. I'm an excellent care giver and do my absolute best and succeed in making children be comfortable with me within time. I am really great with animals I treat them the same as I would treat a child because animals are like kids and should be treated the same! I would love to babysit or be a Read more caregiver to anyone who needs the help, and I Thank everyone who gives me the opportunity to take care of their children to learn more and get more experience in the babysitting career.
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