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  • noun

Synonyms for babysitting

the work of a baby sitter

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The baby sitter called Brandon's mother, who instructed him to immediately unload the .
Keener following the death of a colleague's young child while in the care of a baby sitter.
WARE -- Baystate Mary Lane Hospital will sponsor a Baby sitters Academy in July to ready area youth for summer and fall baby-sitting responsibilities.
Moore, a former baby sitter herself, says it's good that teenagers are being held to a higher standard, even if it's a standard she didn't have to meet.
BABY SITTER RATE POLL: I wound up paying an outrageous $22 an hour for a baby sitter on New Year's Eve after my husband announced at 4 p.
The 15-year-old baby sitter apparently found the concoction in the fridge and gave it to the two boys, aged three and five.
for anyone interested in hiring a certified baby sitter.
I think everybody that wants to be a baby sitter should take it.
I'd park them in front of the best baby sitter, the TV, and compare the kiddy notes of the day with a telephone friend while cooking dinner all at the same time.
Under Oregon law, a baby sitter is exempt as long as he or she is working either in the home of the child or the home of the sitter.
The complaint alleges that when a baby sitter threatened to expose him, Adams told his father, James W.
Then he told Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Demi Moore, Penelope Cruz (Best Actress), Kiefer Sutherland and everyone else in the Beverly Hilton ballroom, ``I've got to go home early to make love to the baby sitter.
A 15-month-old boy whose baby sitter committed suicide after he died in her care did not drown as originally thought, but died as a result of blunt force trauma, an autopsy revealed.
The baby was briefly left alone by a baby sitter, who called 911 about 2:10 p.
Codron said parents don't have to worry about finding a baby sitter to watch their children while they attend Saturday workshops.