I have listed some questions from for you below as i was adviced by the nanny site that these questions should be the basis for for us to make a choice of a good baby sitter.Our kids mean everything to us and we would do all withing our best of efforts to give him the best of things in life.I hope the questiions are not so breath taking , we are only trying to act as we have been directed by the nanny site so we can know we are having someone with enormous experience when it comes to baby sitting.
Questions are listed below:
Do you smoke?
How well do you like pets ?Any allergies?
Do you drink alcohol?
Do you speak any languages other than English?
Would you work in a position with a mom how far? how long?
What are your education goals?
Have you ever been treated for mental illness/depression?
How many children do you feel comfortable caring for?
What ages do you prefer?
Are you CPR and first aid certified?
What are your weaknesses/limitations?
What are your strengths?
What do you like to do your free time?
How many people are in your family?
What is your relationship like with your parents and siblings?
What jobs have you had in the past?
Have you been a past nanny ?where do you get a job?
Are you interested in taking classes?
How assertive are you?Do you feel you communication?
How much do you charge and what hours are you available?
I hope to get your response back soon enough so we can get on with this.
Thank you and stay blessed lastly kindly send atleast one of your reference (s) so we can contact them and know more about you.
Despite the fact that this is very clearly a legitimate job and not at all sketchy in any way, she decided not to respond to this Englishwoman's very reasonable questions. Being myself, and therefore completely ridiculous, I decided to handle her response for her. It follows.
My breath was initially taken away by your enormous list of questions, but after I regained it I decided that I would try to suppress my anger over your obvious distrust of me long enough to answer your questions. Based on the length of the list, I suspect you are an overbearing person. You should be careful of that, as it could lead to your children having emotional problems later in life, and therapy bills are expensive. Also, I will helpfully number your questions in my response, even though numbers are a tool of science, and therefore against God's will.
I do not smoke cigarettes.
I like all pets except fish, reptiles, cats and dogs.
2b. I used to have allergies, but God cured them.
Not before lunchtime.
I speak Latin as well as English, in case the College of Cardinals chooses to appoint me Pope.
5b. A fortnight.
To someday stop eating the paste.
The court records have been sealed, so no.
Up to one. Ideally less.
I like 'em young.
If God has decided it is time for someone to die, we should not interfere.
I have no weaknesses or limitations, and am insulted that you would even ask that.
I can leg-press 1,500 pounds.
In my free time, I usually hunt the most dangerous game.
28. We're Catholic.
Very poor, but it's their fault, not mine.
I mostly work for tips.
Yes, in a past life.
17b. Usually on the corner.
If God wants me to know more things, he will implant that knowledge directly into my brain.
I am very assertive, especially when I am holding my metal bat.
19b. I are excrutiatingly skilled at communications.
That depends on what the client wants, and am busy at nighttimes.
That is not a question.
I hope this has helped you realize that God wants me to watch your kids, and if you don't give me the position than you must be stupid. Pray to him, as he is my reference.
In His name,
I think I turned her into some kind of Catholic hooker there. Anyways, being completely unreasonable and a notorious hater of fun and/or lulz, she refused to allow me to send this. So Nancy, I'm sorry you so rudely received no response (You're reading my blog, right? Cool). She'd love the position. Stay in touch.