||A Jewish Babysitter's
primary responsibility is to care for the child, including entertaining the
child, making sure the child is fed according to parents' instructions, and
generally providing for the well-being of the child/children. For
younger children, responsibilities may include diaper changes, feeding,
and holding; on the other hand, babysitting older children may involve
driving them to soccer practice or helping them with their homework.
nanny, a Babysitter's
responsibilities typically do not extend to other household and extensive
child-related responsibilities (e.g., there is usually no light
housekeeping, meal preparation, transporting children, running errands, etc.
involved). Such additional responsibilities may certainly be negotiated with
a Babysitter, but are not
typically part of their job description.