When your babysitter arrives, there’s always a long list of things you need to go over with her before heading out the door. But when she shows up seven minutes before you have to leave for your meeting or to watch your bestie walk down the aisle, it can be hard to remember all the important things she’ll need to know while caring for your kiddo for the next few hours. Sure, she can text you a dozen times during your very important thing you’re leaving to do, but now Alexa can help avoid all that.
Yes, Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa, can use an easy Babysitter Blueprint to help your kid’s caregiver with the important info they need to know. You fill out a form and customize it so your babysitter can ask Alexa things like where to find extra diapers, which TV shows are not allowed and the name and number of your emergency contact.
So no more writing it down and taping it to the fridge or getting a flurry of non-urgent messages from the sitter while you’re at that work thing or wedding. And it keeps your babysitter from having to be the bad guy when your little one asks to stay up late. Your sitter can just say, “I’m sorry, but Alexa said your bedtime was nine.”
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