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Old 07-14-2011, 12:15 PM
 
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I teach preschool 2 days a week (4 days last year) and have been looking for another PT job- found this job on sittercity- days/ hours work perfectly so I can be available for my teen sons sports after school. I am interviewing on Wednesday- I am NOT a young college student but an older experienced mother/parent- if it was you would you rather have a college girl or a mother keep your newborn- I am just curious what most new parents are looking for in care for their children... any other tips or things that you look for in a caregiver?
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Old 07-14-2011, 02:00 PM
 
Location: Powell, WY
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Me? I would prefer a mother for a newborn..a mother knows what newborns need, and is in tune with their cries, etc. I would feel more comfortable with an experienced mom.

That's just me, though.
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