Elizabeth L. is a passionate young college student who has been babysitting since she was 11. She is currently a political science student with a minor in women and gender studies. She has experience caring for children ranging from 2 months to 14 years old. She has also nannied for families with up to 4 children. Elizabeth has always had a passion for working with kids and absolutely adores every child she cares for. She used to volunteer for a preschool program at a local church every summer from fifth grade to the end of middle school, too. In high school, Elizabeth spent most of her afternoons babysitting for local families in her neighborhood and families she met through her mother’s classroom. Elizabeth has experience working with a wide variety of families with children on the spectrum with autism and different learning disabilities. She also has extensive experience working with children who have specific dietary restrictions. During her summer and winter breaks, at USF, Elizabeth spends her time babysitting for her regular families. During the pandemic, she also nannied for a neighborhood family, so the parents could continue working. Elizabeth is always very engaged when babysitting. Many times Elizabeth will bring crafts over for the children to complete such as art activities, jewelry making, puzzles, and board games. Elizabeth truly finds joy in the time she spends working with children.
Newborn & Infancy Experience:
Elizabeth L. has cared for a handful of newborns in her babysitting career. She babysat for twin girls from when they were 2 months old to 4 years old until they were 4 years old. She has experience changing diapers, rocking, feeding, and especially cleaning. Elizabeth also worked as a mother’s helper for a child from 3 months until she was 1 year old.
Elizabeth L. is a dedicated student. She is very passionate about her educational career. While she’s not studying, she is completing work for her fellowship at Ruth’s List Florida. She also enjoys sewing, jewelry making, reading, and painting.