- babysit for a neighbor's pets
Examples of babysit in a Sentence
She babysits their kids on Saturday nights.
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Helen Ramirez, who lives down the street from the Pagourtzises, used to babysit him and his younger sister.
On May 23, Iana Kasian asked her mother to babysit.
She was shocked by the conversation about closure and texted her husband, Chris, who ran to the neighbor's house to ask them to babysit before heading straight to the school.
Bake something for a friend who is in the hospital, visit an elderly person, offer to babysit for a young mom, help a recent college grad with his or her resume, volunteer at a soup kitchen, or write a really nice note to your spouse.
While shaking hands and greeting many of the spectators, William enquired whether anybody was free to babysit for him and his wife Kate Middleton.
Both have full-time jobs in their athletic departments, so her mom usually babysits during the week, his mom is available on Saturdays.
Andre and Patience's mother, Alee Malleck, brought the children to the home to babysit for her brother-in-law.
Medicaid recipient Claire Maitre, a 62-year-old from Scio Township near Ann Arbor, babysits her 3-year-old and 7-year-old grandsons when their parents are working.
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: to take care of a child while the child's parents are away
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