Kidless Auntie babysits
By Tia Please on June 05, 2012
well here goes -- I'm gonna blog. I'm positive no one will read it except my sister, and maybe Sandi because she's a reader of blogs - mom too if she knows about it - but mostly just for me and someday for little miss Betty Mae, my niece, who I am completely in love with. And whom I will be babysitting now one day per week. omg.
um, exciting? yes. scary? yes. am I sure? no.
I'm 42 now, no kids, haven't babysat since I was 14 and even then it was only a couple times. For some reason the neighbors chose other girls in the neighborhood to be babysitters -- it seems even then I wasn't cut out for it.
tomorrow starts what is supposed to be a weekly occurrence. Mollie will drop her off at 8:30 ish and I'll be in charge of her all day until 4:45. I do not have any idea what we'll do all day. Until yesterday I hadn't considered what "things" I'll need, I figured I'd just figure it out - she's 3 months old, couldn't I entertain her with the cats and dogs and funny faces? Thank God for FB. I put it out there that I needed a swing (at the behest of Mol) and sure enough, offers started flowing in for baby stuff. not that i have the room for loads of it but whatever. yes, i'll take it. "pack n play" sure. vibrating chair? absolutely. offers of play dates, oh yes, time killers.
I've had a headache for 2 days now, not because of this impending responsibility, honest, i'm just hoping it goes away by tomorrow.
enough for day 1. could write for a week straight with all the ideas and images of what is to come dancing in my head but I shall wait. good day :)
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