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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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Issuing fines for tutoring or baby-sitting smacks of borderline intimidation, needless interference and over-zealous officialdom.
Now when I have a baby-sitting job, she might only say, "Be back before 11.
So no more messages, abject apologies or baby-sitting.
To my knowledge, there is no legal age limit to baby-sitting, but it can be very challenging for any one, and even more so for young people.
He had been baby-sitting for her at her parents' house in Bootle at the time.
In the co-op, people earned one half-hour coupon by providing one half-hour of baby-sitting services.
Many doting aunts and uncles without children of their own spend a lot of time baby-sitting their young relatives.
I would like to know what to do if you are baby-sitting and there is a fire.
She sometimes discovers that there is illness and the parent needs meals brought in or baby-sitting support.
Private baby-sitting services are available for children under 4.
Programs vary from extended baby-sitting to specially equipped youth and teen centers.
However, their feelings are mixed about baby-sitting those grandchildren for an extended period, according to the Del Webb survey.