Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 10 years paid experience
- Age 22
- Babysitter in Modesto, CA 95350
- Comfortable with pets
Hello everyone! My name is Savannagh Martinez. Since I was in middle school I've had a love for children of all ages. There is rarely a child that doesn't want to be around me. Everywhere I go, if I see a baby, I ask the parent what their name is and can easily engage with them. When I was old enough, I would volunteer in the churches I've gone to, to help in the nursery. I then later became a full-time babysitter/nanny and babysat multiple sets of twins and their older siblings by myself. I know how to cook for them, clean faces, give baths/showers, clothe and feed them, and make bottles and change diapers for the cute teeny tiny children. I've had about 12 years experience all together helping with children and babysitting. It is an absolute honor to be trusted with someone else's family and I don't take Read more that lightly. I care for the children I watch with excellence. Thank you for your time. -Savannagh
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