Love The Bachelor? You’ll LOVE the Babysitter…a Hilarious Parody for Mums!

If you’re a mum, you know how hard it can be to get a great, reliable babysitter.

Heck, its almost like winning the lottery! Probably easier.

This side-splitting, spoof video captures all the ‘real feels’ with a hilarious twist on The Bachelor.  Forget a red rose, be awarded a sippy cup or you’ll need to take and moment and say your goodbyes.

Finding a babysitter that’s your perfect family match is actually like being on The Bachelor. Mums often find themselves pondering is their quest unattainable? Is there even someone out there that ‘gets’ me? Will I sit at home for the rest of eternity waiting for someone who fits the bill? Yep, its pretty much the same thing. Enter this funny-because-its-true spoof about finding the one. The ‘one’ babysitter we mean!

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Contestants at the weekly sippy cup ceremony wait nervously to see if they’ll be ‘taking a moment’ to say goodbye…

In this witty, parody clip, a group of women from What’s Up Moms? decided to put the idea behind the Bachelor reality show, into the search of finding a babysitter. 11 hopeful women subsequently compete for the eye of Brooke, who is a mother of two young boys.

“It’s crazy to think that one of these incredible girls is going to be babysitting my kids,” Brooke says to the camera as the women roll up her Los Angeles driveway.

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There’s plenty of Bachelor in-jokes from the notorious cast-bitch, to the ill-intentioned villain, the one who seems perfect then turns out to be so-not-right and plenty of drama unfolding between the potential sitters.

“I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to make 15 dollars an hour,” Leslie, a 23-year-old former pageant winner explains and “I don’t want to gossip, but there’s some girls here who are not here for the right reasons,” says Carrie, a play dough enthusiast.

This video will make you laugh and certainly remind you how hard it is to find reliable childcare. As the final scene closes, mum Brooke tearily whispers, “I’m just so scared that I’m going to go through this whole process and end up alone … with my kids.” We can’t help but laugh but yep. YEP.

We know how you feel Brooke… WHERE ARE ALL THE GOOD BABYSITTERS?

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Wait! Where is she? High level drama unfolds at the sippy cup ceremony…

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Mother-of-two. Tea lover. Lego Ninja. Expert in carpet Play Dough extraction. Victoria Louis is a 30-something writer based in Sydney, NSW. A former marketing manager who loves to laugh there’s no topic she won’t explore. Victoria is full of opinion, big on kindness and believes the day is always better with a dash of lipstick.

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