Babysitting


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Babysitting

Slang; the act or practice of holding a losing investment for a relatively long period of time. One babysits an investment in hopes that the market will turn around and allow one eventually to break even.
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Babysitting Benefits being subject of the contract include:
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Perhaps you could work out an agreement with some other parents you know to alternate babysitting with?
In the winter, most parents want to accumulate coupons: that way, they are able to go out in the summer without having to worry about babysitting.
Goose, from babysitting chicks to baking a cake to visiting the new Animaltown library, Just Mrs.
There's Camp Doral for kids ages 5-12 and babysitting services are available for those under the age of 5.
But Michael Jackson aside, babysitting is a subject close to my heart, because when I was 16, I set up my own babysitting business.
I taught them how to handle 'found gun' situations when they were babysitting," Shotwell said.
But when Powers became uncomfortable with her growing attachment to his son, he told Holmes her babysitting services were no longer needed.
The agencies will provide support and services to young mothers in areas such as parenting support, social skills, health assessments, literacy and education, job training and employment, babysitting and respite care for infants/children, housing support and advocacy.
There may have been babysitting money but that wouldn't have been a lot.