National Babysitters Day
Date When Celebrated: This holiday is held on the Saturday before Mother's Day
Today is National Babysitters Day. It is a time to give recognition and appreciation to those whom you entrust your kids. Parents turn to babysitters to go on the occasional date night to dinner and a show, when parents need a break, or when they have somewhere to go and can't take the kids. Ask any parent what is the most important thing in their lives. They will tell you their children. They'd give anything to assure to the health and welfare of their kids. So, choosing a reliable babysitter is nothing to be taken lightly. It is as important a decision as it gets..
The need for a sitter can be short notice. A list of potential babysitters should me constructed in advance with care. Babysitters are often grandma and grandpa, a brother or sister. They are usually the first "go to" sitters. Neighbors and fellow parents are often good choices, too. Teenagers are also common choices. When it comes to selecting teenagers to watch your kids, you should look to find those who have taken child care classes, and first aid training, including CPR.
Parents are understandably pretty picky when it comes to selecting a babysitters. Safety, security and reliability are tops on the list when making a decision about who will watch your precious little ones. But, babysitters are often called upon to do more than just watch the kids. The babysitter's tasks may also include changing diapers, being tutors, helping with homework, organizing play time and activities, as well as providing snacks and meals.
Did You Know? The going rate for a babysitter today, ranges from $12.00 - $20.00 per hour!
Because babysitters are such important people in yours and your children's lives, take some time today to express your appreciation to those on your list of babysitters. If you are a babysitter, we offer our thanks for being responsible individuals, and for taking great care of the kids you sit for.
Happy National Babysitters Day
History and Origin of National Babysitters Day:
National Babysitters Day was created in 2003 by Safetywhys.com, a company that provides baby sitter training programs.
This day is called a "National" day. We did not find any congressional records
or presidential proclamations making this a true "National" day. It was
created to promote appreciation and recognition of quality child care.
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