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Honestly, I don’t have an emergency kit for a babysitter. I actually haven’t used a babysitter yet with Squishy. Other than friends and Auntie Kim, Squish hasn’t stayed with anyone unfamiliar with his routine.
I do like the idea of having a babysitter checklist, and I found a couple of free printables that I liked:
And then there was this one – which I personally got a kick out of – it runs $7.99 for a packet.
Since Squishy is on medication at night-time daily, and has asthma I would for sure have all that information on his lists.
I know when I babysat, which I did a lot when I was growing up, having a list and directions always made the job easier. Well, that and a well stocked fridge. Hey, the babysitter has to eat too!
UPDATE: After talking to my Sister in Law Kim aka Auntie Kim, she said the kit should include anything your babysitter may need in an emergency all in one bag. AKA: The numbers in the list, water, bandages, gauze, antiseptic, any medication your child is on (in case they need it or so the ER docs can see it), a flashlight, and anything else you can think of that a babysitter may need in an emergency. That way if something happens the babysitter only needs to go to one place. Plus that way the babysitter doesn’t need to even think if they need to rush out the door.
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