Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 30 years paid experience
- Age 65
- Babysitter in Tujunga, CA 91042
- Comfortable with pets
I love kids, I love taking care of them, and play with them. They give me so much peace and happiness that I like to think of them as my own. I always took care of my daughter as well as all my nieces and nephews. I have six siblings, me being the eldest I would always help my mom to take care of them. My late husband and I opened up a school in Armenian.We have built the school to accommodate kindergarten to 12th grade. The school that we opened up was because of my daughter passing away in a car accident, we did this for her memory, the name of the school is in her name. My late husband and I used to go once a year and stay there for three months taking care of the school and the kids. Now that he passed away I still Read more keep in touch with the school, to make sure things are still running smoothly and everyone is taken care of. I just love working with kids and it has always made me feel as if I have been able to make a difference in someone’s life, no matter how big or small.
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