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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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The Sweeneys pointed out that because the founders of the co-op economy imposed price controls, decreeing that one unit of scrip must always exchange for a half-hour of baby-sitting services, there would be shortages when demand was too high and surpluses when it was too low.
Hire a sitter or exchange baby-sitting with a friend.
Playroom and children's pool; baby-sitting available.
Oregon law is a bit vague on when it's OK to begin baby-sitting, says Marianne Ansart, health and safety director for the Oregon Pacific Chapter of the Red Cross.
He had been at his nan's for his dinner on the Sunday and then went baby-sitting with Tammy in the evening.
a Hokkaido-based baby-sitting company, according to the officials.
David, of Gorebridge, Midlothian, had been left baby-sitting because his wife, Brenda, had gone to Inverness to visit her family.
The course will teach you what to do in an emergency, so you will feel better prepared in case something happens while you are baby-sitting.
Private baby-sitting services are available for children under 4.
We have found TScale to be one of those unique products that delivers instant, quantifiable cost savings and which doesn't require human intervention or any post-installation baby-sitting," says Jeff Malczewski, IS Manager at NAFS/SITEL.
The problem is, she is very overprotective of my granddaughter and will barely let anyone else hold her, let alone feed or change her, and baby-sitting is out of the question.
In addition to the seven-hour class, students take home a 168-page baby-sitting handbook, a pocket-sized reference guide and a CD-ROM that includes, among other things, templates for rsums and business cards.