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Posted in Babysitting on 16th March 2013

How would you respond to this text? Q. EASY?
Mom and dad split up years ago and I live with my mother and I attend college Monday to Friday, which is about 20 minutes away from my dad on the bus, in fact my father has done everything for me, he has always been there for me and He would do anything for me, but he texts me not long ago, and said he needed someone to “baby-sit” (feeding, walking, etc.) the animals while he’s away from Mon-Thurs … I’m at school on these days, and it’s hard for me, my guitar and the school need to take, I mean Mondays art folder (A2) must bring, I know the bus times … its all a big RisikoIch do not want to disturb him or him feel bad to me … what can I do Best Answer (s):

response from far
Tell’em you can not. He will understand.

response from Nylltak
Tell him the truth.

response from RJ
He has done so much for you. Even if it is uncomfortable, you should put the effort in order to help him when he needs it. You have only one Father in life. Can

answer I believe it!
I wonder that once this question. How is it that you do, with the exception of all the love and care of your dad, and then feel a little favor in return? Definitely you have to babysit! You can ask your Dad’s house Sunday night to move ’til Friday morning, that would eliminate your holding your guitar and stuff. You there for the animals in the morning and at night. Otherwise it would be sooo ungrateful to your father, and could really hurt him.

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