I have been working taking care of children for over 4 years, during this time I worked with different children's ages.
Currently I'm taking care of two kids, the ages are 1 and 3 years old, and my work resumes to help them with everything since wake up in the morning, give them breakfast, get ready for school, pick up them from school, play with them, give them shower, change diaper, cook for them, feed them, put to bed, and whatever they need from someone who takes care of them. Always trying to be very careful because they need a lot of attention since they are little kids, I started to take care of the little one he was 2 months old, so I tried to give them many love and affection I could.
I also worked taking care of two boys which the ages were 5 and 8 years old, I used to wake up with them, get them ready for school, give them breakfast, drive them to school, pick them up, drive them to extra activities, cook for them, give them dinner, give them shower, put them to bed, play with them, and I took care of them for 1 year, they were very good boys and they helped me with my English and also they taught me a lot, was a good experience. During this time I tried to make them trust in me and think I was there to help them with whatever they needed trying to give them attention and love.
What I was taught by my family and I always try to do with the children I take care is give as many attention as possible, love, caring, and understand what they really need and what is the reason for the way they act, children always know what they need and what they are looking for in someone to take care of them.