How Well Do You Know The Person Watching Your Child? [NOOK Book]


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How Well Do You Know The Person Watching Your Child?

The following information is a MUST if you leave your child with ANYONE who loves him/her less than you do.

here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:

=-Discover the best time to start to think about “getting away” and how your child will respond.

=-Uncover how to introduce your baby or child to your new sitter.

=-How to fine-tune the home and living process for your new sitter.

=-Reveal the secret to knowing if you can trust your baby-sitter to stay the night at your house… even if he/she
is competent with baby-sitting duties.

=-Uncover striking evidence of trustworthy sitters… without them knowing.

=-How to diplomatically deal with “difficult” sitter who you may think is NOT RIGHT for your child.

=-Build relationships with communities of sitters you can trust and depend on!

=-Stimulate your child’s interest in learning by developing a FUN program for your sitter.

=-Meet a ton of different types of people who COULD BE the PERFECT sitter for YOUR child. There IS a such THING
as a compatible sitter.

=-Probe the secrets of your child’s REAL interest and desire for who he/she would like in a responsible sitter.

=-Observe your child and POTENTIAL sitter interacting even BEFORE the sitter is hired.

=-How to prepare your child psychologically, emotionally and even physically for when you begin to “go out”…
weeks before you actually “go out”.

=-Relieve YOUR stress and psychological discomfort during the PRE-GOING OUT transition.

=-Eliminate symptoms of guilt for your need to have some YOU time.

=-Probe your child’s mind about his/her model sitter and how to achieve the goal of your child’s happiness AND
your comfort with THAT person.

=-How to KNOW your child is SAFE when you’re away… EVERY TIME you’re away.

=-Discover the secrets to setting up your own neighborhood network “safe haven” list.

=-Help your peace of mind when hiring the right person to raise your infant.

=-How to properly educate your new sitter about certain foods and nutritional facts about YOUR baby. (Even
certified sitters may NOT know this information.)

=-Discover the value of “trial outings”… your sitters will always expect the unexpected from you.

=-Promote lifelong and trusting relationships with your sitters.

=-How to experience REAL joy from 100% peace of mind knowing your child is totally safe.

=-Help your baby know when you’re coming back. (This will ease any tension in the beginning.)

=-Interview your sitters quickly, accurately and with FULL CONFIDENCE you’re choosing the RIGHT one.

=-Uncover how to REALLY use referrals and letters of recommendation that are presented to you from potential

=-Reveal to your sitter the secret to your child’s bedtime and how to appropriately use it – not abuse it.

=-Discover the “signs of danger” BEFORE your sitter is hired to be alone with your baby.

=-Open the “companion connection” between your child and/or infant and their sitter.

=-Know – without question – who is the RIGHT person to watch your infant within a few quick questions.

=-Use these specific tips to start and enforce your schedule – even when you’re NOT there – for your child AND
your sitter.

=-How to keep your child entertained and your sitter fascinated at what he/she can accomplish with only a few
simple suggestions.

=-Preview behavior of your sitter without him/her even knowing they’re being watched. This is perfectly legal if
set up a certain way and it shows the true colors of your sitter.

=-Discover how to develop a “system” that forces things to run smooth as silk while you’re out having a blast!

=-How to help ensure your child’s safety and security.

=-How to help ensure your sitter’s safety and security.

=-Take advantage of the laws, guidelines and principles that allow you to put your child’s safety first.

=-Soothe your child’s possible separation anxiety before it even starts.

=-Reinforce in your child their sense of safety by giving him/her access to you in any situation he/she feels

=-Discover the secrets of TOYS and the bond they create between sitter and child.

=-Destroy any chance of leaving your baby with the WRONG person.

=-Create a sense of family within your sitter system that will only serve to
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013350861
  • Publisher: Lisa Lee
  • Publication date: 9/30/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 32 KB

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