My Child Hates Her Babysitter, How Do I Chose The Next One?
Being a working mom means you won’t always be home and sometimes you might need to go for an event, work late or go for date night with your partner. Baby sitters are the wonderful helpers you can trust with your kids during that time and you get to work or enjoy the night with the certainty of your children’s safety and well-being. Finding the right caregiver isn’t so different from when companies look for a new employee- it requires you develop a list of characteristics that you will look out for when you start interviewing candidates. Of course you want to find someone who perfectly matches your family in every way possible but that criteria might prove difficult. So rather stick to this list of things to look out for and the selection process won’t be so daunting.
This comes in two forms; how they communicate with the parent and how they communicate with the child. To you, your baby sitter needs to be able to relay information and keep you informed of how the day is going. It’s important that your baby sitter also knows how to tell you if there are any issues or problems. To your child, your baby sitter needs to be playful and pleasant but also able to communicate well when it’s time to tell the child to do their homework or get ready for bed…(READ MORE)