Every parent wants, and often needs, a break. And every parent worries about finding the right babysitter. Whether it’s for work or for date night, having someone in your home care for your kids can be a stressful decision.
Don’t believe me, watch this:
With Red Cross babysitter training, you don’t have to worry about the babysitter you don’t want to have. Instead, you have a trained babysitter you want to have caring for your children.
Hiring a Red Cross babysitter means someone who knows what to do when the baby is crying, how to handle an emergency, what do to when a child complains of a tummy ache.
- Have an infant? A classroom-trained babysitter will know how to feed, bath and diaper your baby.
- Have a young child? A classroom-trained babysitter will have tips on how to play with kids of any age.
- In the hopefully unlikely event of an emergency, a trained babysitter will have skills on how to react under pressure, who to call and what to say.
With a Red Cross Babysitting Training Diploma, I’d know they had both those covered.
Any trained babysitters out there interested in helping me have a date night this summer? :)
In the Dallas area & want to get trained? We have a babysitting class this Friday starting at 9am at our Dallas chapter (4800 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75235)! Click here to view the latest health & safety class schedules for DFW and register online.
Catherine is mom of two boys: Scotty, 4, and Jeffrey, 2.