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Baby Sitting Group

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Baby Sitting Group

Postby TCB » 24 Aug 2006, 17:31

We are wondering if there might be 3 or 4 people who would be interested in forming some sort of baby sitting group. Without parents in Taiwan it can be tough to get a few hours free. Maybe each person could look after the kids half a day per week at their own house giving the others 2 - 3 half days off.

Any thoughts / interest ?
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Postby rikelina » 06 Sep 2006, 23:23


I am here in Taipei until December to study Chinese at Shi-Da and I brought along my almost 2 year old. I am still looking for a babysitter, so maybe we should get connected!

Rike :)
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