Wondering how to find the perfect babysitter? We spoke to the Everyday Health Group about the warning signs you should look out for when searching for the one.
Taking care of a baby or toddler is immensely rewarding but equally challenging. Whether you require a regular sitter or a one-time caregiver, you need to make sure that the person you are leaving your child with is capable and trustworthy. A potential candidate may have the basic qualifications but the interview will help you decide if the person is the right fit for your family. Vigilance during the interview and trial period will help you recognise some common signs of a bad babysitter.
5 Warning Signs of a bad babysitter
Finding a babysitter within your budget can be a herculean task, but it is well worth the time and effort. Even if you are pressed for time and need to hire someone asap, don’t try to rush the process. Here’s how you can recognise the warning signs and avoid bad sitters: