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  • 17 years paid experience
  • Age 29
  • Babysitter in San Diego, CA 92102

Meet Alexandrine

  • Comfortable with pets

Hello Parents! I have been babysitting all ages and family sizes since the the age of 12. I have a brother 7 years less my age, and as my science researcher parents worked long hours, I did most of the caring for him growing up, from changing diapers, cooking, cleaning, and of course playing mostly outdoors! I love children, and can't wait to have a large family of my own. Things the kids like to do with me are: outdoor games such as treasure hunts, obstacle courses, hide and seek; or indoor arts and craft activities, charades, cooking, or playing dress up. As for babies, playing with toys, going on long walks, and speaking to them. My skills are: swimming, french, piano, sailing, basketball, volleyball, and making children laugh :) I have reliable safe and new transportation. Available only nights after 5pm and weekends anytime. - Alexandrine (Alex)

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