Babysitters In a Pinch

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It's Time for Parents to Take the Reigns

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Dec 14, 2018 5:14:00 AM

As a childcare provider, and an older one at that, I've noticed a trend; parents aren't necessarily parenting anymore. Children have control of the household, and parents are jumping through hoops to make the children happy, and in return; teachers, babysitters, nannies, and other childcare givers are having a more and more difficult time making sure children are safe, not hurting others or each other, teaching, preparing meals etc. Families too are suffering the consequences by having a chaotic home.

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Topics: Community, safety, discipline, organizing kids, family, adulthood, parenting, Awareness, Teaching, no, raising successful adults, childcare, success, chores

I'm THE BOSS! take the quiz

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Jul 6, 2018 5:15:00 AM

Who is the leader of your family? Is it you, your spouse, your parents, your children, or is it you?

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Topics: internet education, raising successful adults, Babysitters in my area, Expenses, Insider, Babysitting service for visiting families, Hotel babysitters, Babysitting agencies, chores, parenting, adulthood, success, family

Entitled Children equals Children That Don't Do Chores

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Mar 27, 2018 4:54:00 PM

Why do children feel entitled? It is shocking how much children rule the household. Everything is done for them. They can't find their shoes; guess who finds the shoes for them (the first two guesses don't count)? Kids don't like what's for dinner and you make something else. You, housekeepers, babysitters, and or nannies all do everything for children including making sure they are entertained. Gone are the days when children are forced to find activities for themselves. I remember telling my mom that I was bored and she'd respond with: "great, you can go in and do the dishes, or mow the lawn, vacuum the house, clean your room." The list could be pretty extensive so I learned never to tell my mom I was bored and learned to find my own activities.

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Topics: chores, parenting, adulthood, success, raising successful adults