"I do everything from preparing his meals to getting him on a normal sleep schedule," says Cana Wootton, describing her daily duties.
Wootton is a 19-year-old nanny, who seems to move non-stop while caring for a 2-year-old with special needs.
"We do educational time in the afternoon and we do at least three outings a week," Wootton says.
The family she works for lives in Fayetteville, and thanks to their glowing recommendation, Wootton has found herself in the national 'sitter' spotlight.
"My boss Christina nominated me in a national competition through Sitter City," Wootton says.
It's a competition looking to crown the nation's top babysitter.
And after 500 applicants, Wootton has landed in the Top 10.
"She's been such a tremendous help to us," says her boss, Christina Serrano.
Serrano says the family had never even used a sitter before hiring her full-time in January.
But something about Wootton's interview helped her win the job.
"Like she didn't even say 'Hi' to me at first, she said 'Hi' to my son," Serrano says.
"You can tell she just really loves kids."
Despite the chance at a $5,000 prize and receiving the ultimate reference, to Wootton, the responsibility is rewarding enough.
"It's not just a job, it's a whole lot more than that for me," Wootton adds.
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