Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 7 years paid experience
- Age 19
- Babysitter in San Francisco, CA 94109
- Comfortable with pets
Hi hi! My name is Worth, I am 19 years old, and I was born and raised in the heart of San Francisco. I just completed my frist year at Barnard College of Columbia University in NYC as an intended psychology major. Previously I have much experience with taking care of various aged kids and also was an assistant for kids cooking classes for pre-school aged children this past year. Growing up I have always loved spending time with kids and finding the fun in everything. Whether we're at the park, playing with toys, baking a new recipe, playing tag, or doing arts and crafts, I always have a fun idea to keep young ones excited and entertained. I run my own health and wellness blog (lemonsworthlovin.com) and Instagram (instagram.com/lemonsworthlovin) where I share all about health and nutrition, and I really love making simple, healthy, tasty recipes with kids if Read more cooking appeals to them! Really, I just love to have a good time with kids and keep things light and fun – that's really what it's all about, right?! I want to be a friend and someone that your child trusts, and I will work to build a strong relationship starting the moment I meet them.
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