The Try Guys go on an adventure in babysitting. The second in a special five-part series exploring motherhood.
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I am the oldest of 21 grandkids who all love in the same area and I'm only 18 so I've deleted with a lot of kids and babies before. I've also taught something to change a diaper and it's quite an abusing experience.
Don't worry - it's okay accidentally dropping babies too!
They are really soft in joints and bones, and more durable in the first years than most people think. I've seen babies squirming out of grips, flinging themselves off tables, being dropped by slightly older siblings etc... My heart stopped several times the first few months at work, but now it's like "meh.. make sure nothing is actually broken, stop any bleeding, and if they don't stop crying within two-five minutes - something might be physically wrong".
Both working in childcare and having my tubes tied were the best desicions I've ever made. By now I'm comfortable enough around kids to know that I can handle them when I need to, but also know that I do not want that responsibility on my free time.
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