Use A Cheap Picture Frame As A Re-Usable Babysitting Info Form

January 24, 2016 - photo frame

You’re finally out on a kid-free night with your spouse, though afterwards we realize we haven’t told a sitter about your kid’s allergies or special bedtime protocol or who to hit if we can’t be reached. With a babysitter info sheet, your bases would be covered.

The idea, common on Apartment Therapy, is simple: Print out a critical information in a blueprint of a form with vacant spaces. Then hang a piece into a print support so we can change sum as indispensable with a dry erase marker. In a instance below, a information piece has: a kids’ ages, parents’ names, home series and address, parents’ mobile phone numbers and puncture contacts (including neighbours). The non-static things we can fill in embody where you’ll be and what time we design to be home.

Just keep a dry erase pen divided from crafty kids who competence change that “bedtime at” time.

How to Make a Reusable Babysitting Info Board [Apartment Therapy]

Turn a Dollar Store Frame into a Reusable Babysitting Info Board


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