babysitter


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Synonyms for babysitter

a person engaged to care for children when the parents are not home

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In November last year, when the babysitter spotted J.
The babysitter takes care of the child, the mother just gives some sweets and water to him before leaving for work.
Firstly it's vital to choose the right babysitter for your family's needs.
PARENTS who leave their kids with underage babysitters could face prosecution, a family law expert warned yesterday.
Meanwhile, thousands of people have also joined an internet group calling for the babysitter to be jailed.
Ultimately, it depends on how mature the babysitter is, and how confident parents feel about leaving them to look after their child.
The woman behind South Wales' Rent-a-Gran babysitters told today how she had to convince a bank manager her new firm was not a 'strippergram' agency.
The woman challenged the babysitter who denied anything happened but claimed he may have touched her accidentally.
A babysitter yesterday denied murdering a two-year-old boy.
He may be a famous actor but George Clooney's favourite role is that of babysitter.
Another easy way to help a sitter is to post the Babysitter Center, a dry-erase poster, on your refrigerator.
A man described as an 'evil monster' was yesterday given four life sentences for killing a pregnant mother, her two young children and their babysitter in an arson attack on their home.
TWO children and their babysitter escaped from a smoke-filled house in Nuneaton last night.
In White, the Court upheld the admissibility of out-of-court statements made by a child sexual assault victim to her babysitter, her mother, the police, and medical personnel who treated her.