Who is a "babysitter"?
A babysitter is an individual who temporarily takes care of children in the absence of their parents or guardians. They ensure the well-being and safety of the children by attending to their personal needs, such as feeding, bathing, and maintaining a clean and nurturing environment. Babysitters may also engage in play and provide companionship to promote the emotional and social development of the children under their care. Their role in personal care extends beyond supervision, encompassing tasks that contribute to the overall care and welfare of the children in their charge.