I need help asap please!

Miracle - posted on 11/19/2014 ( 10 moms have responded )

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I'm single mom of my almost three week old son and just got a job. I've been searching for babysitters but everyone wants to get paid over ten dollars an hour... I wouldn't mind doing that if I made that much but I don't. I start work today and need a babysitter fast or a good suggestion of a good place that will watch my son while I'm a work for a cheap price.. Id really appreciate it, this is all new to me... ♥ thank you!

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Mommyof3amazingboys - posted on 11/20/2014

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You can register for care.com or babysitter.com and yes childcare subsidy.

Gena - posted on 11/20/2014

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I dont know in wich country you live,but have you tried to find out if there is any special daycare for babys for young moms? Sorry i am just asuming you are young because you are doing school and your friends are. Correct me if i am wrong!

Gena - posted on 11/20/2014

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Do you have any family members that you trust that could take care of your son,atleast till you find a babysitter? Or maybe even a family member or friend would babysit for less money.

Amanda - posted on 11/19/2014

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Hi Miracle
I don't have a babysitter for you, but would recommend applying for subsidy, that will cover the cost for daycare and I am sure based on what you mentioned you would be a priority. also their is some daycares that lower the price, if you co- op once a week, they are co-op daycares, the cost of childcare is so expensive and I am in the same boat, I am going to school in jan, so have osap covering the cost, best of luck.

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Miracle - posted on 11/20/2014

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I'm trying to find one soon, and that's okay I am kinda young, I'm eighteen. Thank you.

Miracle - posted on 11/20/2014

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No, not really. My family is kinda torn apart and I don't have that many friends, and the ones that I do have go to school. I do online school. My mom is trying to make it work but she has a full time job...

Miracle - posted on 11/19/2014

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Thank you so much for the advice Amanda :) I really appreciate it. And good luck to you!

Amanda - posted on 11/19/2014

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Hi Miracle
I don't have a babysitter for you, but would recommend applying for subsidy, that will cover the cost for daycare and I am sure based on what you mentioned you would be a priority. also their is some daycares that lower the price, if you co- op once a week, they are co-op daycares, the cost of childcare is so expensive and I am in the same boat, I am going to school in jan, so have osap covering the cost, best of luck.

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