A Guide to Babysitting Siblings: Pro Tips

Chase Dunkley and Payton Moss

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Babysitting siblings is hard, but with the right knowledge, it’s easy. Here are 10 pro tips every sibling babysitter should know:

  • Try not to be mean to them. They will tell on you.
  • You are the boss, but don’t be too bossy. If you do, they won’t obey.
  • Sending them to bed early can be risky.
  • If they have a certain chore that they usually do, telling them to do it isn’t being rude.
  • If you want them to do something for you, tell them it’s a game. Kids fall for this a lot.
  • Try mimicking your parents that they mainly listen to, they will obey better.
  • Sometimes, if you are too nice to them, they will use you. Don’t fall into their trap.
  • Candy is a great bribing tool.
  • Usually, when babysitting siblings, you don’t get paid. Ask your parents if you could.
  • If you have older siblings that are supposed to help you babysit, tell them you have important things to do and make them do all the work.

If you have any suggestions for our next guide on doing something, email Payton about it: mosspay000@alpinesd.org. Thanks for reading, hopefully this helped you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Guide to Babysitting Siblings: Pro Tips