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Joseph is 3 years old. He has a speech delay, and we're awaiting an ASD diagnosis. He's a sweet child that acts like a younger kid. He will be attending a special needs preschool at our local school district most weekday mornings. We basically need someone to watch him for lunch and in the afternoons. The mother (myself) is originally from Kansas. My husband is originally from Maui with Native Hawaiian heritage. We've been living in Honolulu for about 6 years now. For fun we like cooking with the grill in our backyard. My husband likes to go fishing, and I enjoy reading. Sometimes we'll take the paddleboard to the beach or just go swimming. I also enjoy participating in beach clean-ups. My husband is an outdoor smoker. He'll smoke outside behind the house near our grill. He's an excellent chef. His schedule is variable; sometimes he works mornings and sometimes he works evenings. If you're interested in traditional Hawaiian foods, he can prepare and introduce you to some local favorites. Our son's preschool is a few blocks away (Lincoln elementary school). He'll need to be taken there in the mornings (not applicable if you are a local baby-sitter or want to do a live-out nanny job, in that case I'll take him to preschool). You can take him there with a stroller because it's within walking distance, or we can make our Jeep available if you prefer to drive. He'll need to be picked up at 11am, given lunch, and watched until I get home about 5pm. A good activity would be to take him a few blocks away from our home to a public park where there is a playground. He also enjoys books. His language is behind other kids his age, but he can recite sections of his favorite books. The neighborhood of Honolulu where we live is called Makiki. I'd say that we're middle class. The Bus #4 and Bus #18 lines have stops near our home, so you can easily get around by public transport if you're so inclined. University of Hawaii Manoa is also reachable by bus.
Toddler (3 yrs old) in Honolulu needs childcare after morning preschool. We have a private room available in a little house. Can pay $300 per week, plus more if you're interested in baby-sitting on the weekends (your choice). Mother works Monday through Friday for the City of Honolulu and father works in the hospitality industry in Waikiki. The closest beach is Ala Moana, but Waikiki beach is pretty close too. We have a paddle board that you may borrow if you're interested in beach activities.