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Dean's First Babysitting Job
, Could Dean handle it?
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Dean's Second Babysitting Job
"Dean, I think you need to give this babysitting job another try." Sam said, tapping onto an old newspaper article that they found not too long ago. "I know you can do it this time. Come on, big bro."
His older brother, Dean, made a frightened face. "But, but... what if I turned into another one of those mad men?" He shouted. "You know, I had nightmares the first night I babysat someone."
"That was last time," he reassured him. "Now, I think you should just go do it one more time, and see if you do a good job, which I'm sure you will."
"Fine, whatever. But, you promise me, right?"
"Right, I promise you."
A couple of minutes later, someone rang up Dean's phone. He quickly picked it up, and answered, "Hello?"
"Hi, is this Dean Winchester?" A woman's lady asked with a polite voice. "You know, the babysitting guy..."
"Yeah," he said. "Hi."
"Oh, good. I was just looking for a babysitter, and found out your article. Would you mind if you babysit my three year old girl and five year old boy?" She asked, nicely. "I'm going to a party downtown tonight, and I need someone to take care of them while I'm gone. I'll probably be back around midnight, so you can still stay that late if you'd please."
"How much will you pay?" Dean replied.
"More than you think I would," she answered. "So, will you take the job or not?"
"I will," he said. "Just give me the details, and I'll be right there."
After introducing himself to the children and to the woman, she handed him a paper full of the details of the children and the information of what Dean needed to do and stuff. "Now," she said. "Dayna needs to take her medicine because she has a cold, and Steve always needs to be read a story during the night time so he'll fall easily. You think you got that settled? I have everything settled down in the cupboards, and inside the rooms, so don't worry about finding the medicine and the books."
"Sure," Dean shrugged. "I guess I have everything settled."
"Okay, good then." She said. "Since I already got ready a little, I think I'm going to go early. I need to run a few errands before I go to the party, which is an hour later."
"See you later, then. I hope you have fun." He said, smiling politely, trying to be like one of the best babysitters he can ever be.
"Why, thank you. I hope you have fun with my children, too. Buh-bye." She said, and then walked outside the door.
Dean closed it behind her, after she reached into the car and drove away. Then, he turned around to face the children.
"So," he said, clapping his hands together, excitedly. "Who wants to have some fun?"
To Be Continued...