Health insurance information you may need

  • Insurance company:

  • Group/policy number:

  • Policy holder's name:

  • Policy holder's identification number:

Details about our children

  • (Input child's full name, age, weight, height, nap and/or bed times, plus special instructions--food allergies, medical condition(s), names of medication(s) and dosages, special instructions)

  • (Input child's full name, age, weight, height, nap and/or bed times, plus special instructions--food allergies, medical condition(s), names of medication(s) and dosages, special instructions)

  • (Input child's full name, age, weight, height, nap and/or bed times, plus special instructions--food allergies, medical condition(s), names of medication(s) and dosages, special instructions)

  • (Input child's full name, age, weight, height, nap and/or bed times, plus special instructions--food allergies, medical condition(s), names of medication(s) and dosages, special instructions)

  • (Input child's full name, age, weight, height, nap and/or bed times, plus special instructions--food allergies, medical condition(s), names of medication(s) and dosages, special instructions)

House rules and routines

  • Television programs and movies that are acceptable or unacceptable:

  • Foods that are acceptable or unacceptable:

  • Guidelines for outside play:

  • Guidelines for company:

  • Bedtime routine:

  • Special considerations:

  • Our discipline philosophy:

  • Never leave children unattended with food.

Special requests

Please write down details about your day/night with our children.

  • What and when did they eat?

  • What time did they nap/go to bed for the night?

  • Were they well-behaved?

General safety rules for babysitting

  • Avoid giving: raisins, hot dogs, raw carrots, celery, grapes, nuts, hard candy, gum, popcorn, raw pears and apples to children under age four years. For ages four to six years, be sure to peel and cut apples, pears, and carrots.

  • Never drink or eat anything hot while holding a baby or young child.

  • Never leave a child unattended with food. Make sure any food given to children under age four years is cut into tiny pieces (about the size of a fingertip).

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