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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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If you feel you need that time with your husband, then you need to bite the bullet and start booking baby-sitters.
Aun asi, dijo, los padres deben visitar a la baby-sitter en su casa a horas poco usuales, "por sorpresa", para ver que esta haciendo.
However, the baby-sitters interviewed want up to pounds 50 an hour, which could net them as much as pounds 400 for one night's work.
The town's Sheriff Court heard that the baby-sitter turned round and spotted a piece of paper hanging from the child's mouth.
The American Red Cross hosts monthly baby-sitting basics classes, teaching baby-sitters first aid, CPR, how to feed infants and change their diapers and how to interview parents regarding vital information concerning their children.
The defense argued a baby-sitter was responsible and that hospital staff was negligent in treating the girl, prosecutors said.
Lafata denied giving her daughter the pills, and the defense said the baby-sitter was responsible and that the medical staff was negligent in treating the girl after she was brought to the hospital, Cromer said.
They told her that Cheyenne, who had been staying with a baby-sitter, was taken to the hospital after she stopped breathing and her body became cold and blue.
Susan Vizirri, whose two sons attend Newhall Elementary School, came by to make sure her baby-sitter had enough supplies as she waited in the rain.
Open to youths age 11 to 15, the course costs $40 and teaches how to be safe and confident baby-sitters, basic care for children and infants, and how to handle common emergencies.
Children's publishing, education and media company Scholastic (NASDAQ:SCHL) announced on Thursday that it is publishing a new original novel in the The Baby-sitters Club series by Ann M Martin.
To make matters worse, the BSC is under some heavy competition when the all-new Baby-Sitters Agency hits the scene, with older, more experienced sitters.