Nanny in Leader
My career as mom-at-home has come to an end. They were truly the best years of my life, although I could have skipped the late teens. Anybody who says the terrible twos are bad have never delt with a teenage girl on a daily basis. Not saying my son was an angel, but he knew when to just go and do something.... While my kids were growing I babysat in my home, volunteered as noon supervisor at school, in class assistant to the teacher and later I started my own preschool. Preschool was a rollarcoaster ride of pure excitement, thrills and chills and I never laughed so hard in my whole life as when I was talking with them. I was extremely proud when the vice principal of the local school said that I was the best and that she hopes her kids always receive the kind of schooling they got with me. The kindergarden teacher was a little miffed though because I had already taught them Most of her curriculum....Boasting aside I love the little people waiting to grow up and become wonderful adult people. They are the joy in this world. But that comes with respect, responsibility, accountability and truly loving motivation. Every child deserves a loving, respectful, fun loving, and somewhat immature adult in their life. That goes for every adult as well. Oh, and besides being my kid\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s meemo (as my daughter calls me) I have gained extensive experience in every other field even remotely associated to motherhood along with plumbing, electrical, appliance repair, major and minor construction and I can even redo your kitchen if I got some down time! I have raise my own two children. A boy, no a man, Eric who will be turning 21 this September. He is a welder's helper and just bought his first home. He loves his job as a welder and is planning to get his journeyman certificate after which he will start his own business. He loves small town living and opes to someday have a family....he loves kids, and the simple things in life. My daughter Amy turned 18 in March and is attendIng UBC in the fall. She graduated with a 94 average and I am proud to say that she received $5,700.00 in scholarships through her community volunteering and working with the local bank as a junior board member. She worked while going through high school and, except for a very messy room, is a joy And happy and excited to start her life. Over the years I have provided daycare in my home, outside my home and for 4 years owned and operated a preschool School in our community. they were the best 4 years. When the time came that I starting suplimenting with my personal money to keep the preschool going I had to close it down. It was one of my hardest decisions to make. I absolutely loved working with those bright, funny, outgoing, shy, loving, quirky kids. I see them today, some going into grade 8 and I can't believe how much they have grown. I really miss those Iittle people.
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