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Married with kids
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Thirteen-year-old Peter is left in the care of a babysitter not much older than he. This leads to a bizarre series of events in which he is disguised as a girl and comes close to being seduced by a lesbian. He later finds himself in grave danger, fighting to save a girl he hates from the...
He knew better. He knew better than to let a woman into the family. He knew that the kids would just get attached and she would leave, just like she did.
I donâ€™t know what he wants from her. The kids say that sheâ€™s awesome, this Natalie girl. But, they said that about her,...
By Elsa Marie
What has the families pet dog on edge a babysitter wonders?
A sweet story about a couple for all the people out there who believes that love dies after marriage but is it true?
Little Joey is like no other
Keira and Kyle are twins. There life is normal but a bunch of fun and they love to play, but when a babysitter comes round one night and asks them there wish, they get swept away on an adventure that will either give them there one desired wish...or destroy them both
Alison Edge has left her drug addicted mother to go live with her dad in New York City. Her dad, Scott, told her that he got her a job as a babysitter for the family next door. But her first day on the job turns into something she never thought would happen. The little girl who she is supposed...
Annie is an orphan. A 14 year old orphan. Join her as she tries to figure out who her mom is, why her previous babysitter died, and why she even ended up being an orphan.
Novel | Updated Sep 25, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Angie, a tall blond seventeen year old girl, has agreed to spend her fourth of July babysitting Mikey Jacobs, an adorable four year old,who's mother is a bit too nutty when it comes to her beloved garden. The reason why, is what Angie least expected.
Short Story | Updated Jul 7, 2009 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Mr Benn
I wrote this a few years ago for my 2 boys. They thought it was funny (well, they were only 7 & 8 years old at the time!)
Poetry | Updated Oct 20, 2006 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 5