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baby

noun bairn, changeling, child, fledgling, infant, juvenile, kid, minor, toddler, young innocent, youngling
Associated concepts: abortion, adoption, baby act, illegitimacy
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Baby-sitters, in turn, are taught to administer ``time outs'' - placing children in a quiet, safe area - instead of spanking.
Lafata told the baby-sitter's stepfather to inform the baby-sitter and her mother ``to stay out of her business or she would get even,'' Cromer said.
Scholastic also said that it plans to reissue new paperback editions of the original The Baby-sitters Club books from April 2010, starting with Kristy's Great Idea and Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls, followed by The Truth About Stacey in June, with more titles in autumn 2010.
But good baby-sitters are hard to find in Tinseltown, so Kevin Costner and Don Johnson, who both split with their wives last year, had to take their kids along to the premiere of their new film, Tin Cup.
Sometimes, animal parents use baby-sitters to help care for their young.
Now Girls Can Join All Their Favorite Baby-sitters Club Members in Activities
Individuals can also perform checks on potential household workers, nannies, baby-sitters and employees of small businesses.
In What To Expect Baby-Sitters Handbook, Heidi Murkoff informatively surveys over sixty questions that responsible baby-sitters tend to ask most, ranging from daily routines and feeding, to safety and play-date activities.
DRAGONS' Den star Duncan Bannatyne has claimed his ex-wife "prefers to leave the children with paid baby-sitters than me".
The movie also stars Kevin Kilner ("Smart House"), Vanessa Zima ("Ulee's Gold," "The Baby-Sitters Club"), Rich Little, and Alexandra Paul ("Baywatch").
shouted the 250 people, some of whom took the day off work, juggled baby-sitters and rescheduled meetings to attend the midday special meeting.