sw02-0224-0001-A001-01 o A.1 utt1: Okay. /
sw02-0224-0002-B002-01 o B.2 utt1: All right. /
sw02-0224-0003-B002-02 qy B.2 utt2: {F Uh, } do you have any friends that have children? /
sw02-0224-0004-A003-01 na A.3 utt1: I do have friends that have children, /
sw02-0224-0005-A003-02 ny A.3 utt2: yes. /
sw02-0224-0006-B004-01 qw B.4 utt1: {C And } what do they say about finding adequate child care? /
sw02-0224-0007-A005-01 % A.5 utt1: They, -/
sw02-0224-0008-B006-01 sv B.6 utt1: I think that may be the key word. /
sw02-0224-0009-A007-01 aa A.7 utt1: I think that's correct. /
sw02-0224-0010-A007-02 sd A.7 utt2: There, {F uh, } relatively nonexistent [ from, + {F uh, } from ] what I hear from my friends. /
sw02-0224-0011-A007-03 sd A.7 utt3: It seems like, {F uh, } even when they have consulted day care centers that are quote unquote reputable, that are sort of like a chain,
if I can use that word --
sw02-0224-0012-B008-01 b B.8 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0013-A009-01 sd A.9 utt1: -- {F uh, } still you have to deal with the people that, {D you know, } happen to be operating it locally /
sw02-0224-0014-A009-02 sd A.9 utt2: {C and, } {F uh, } it's just a matter [ of, + of ] trust, {D you know, } /
sw02-0224-0015-A009-03 sd A.9 utt3: I think they feel that these people are, {F um, } under qualified basically and underpaid, /
sw02-0224-0016-A009-04 sd A.9 utt4: {C and } I think that sort of goes hand in hand /
sw02-0224-0017-A009-05 sd A.9 utt5: {C so } [ it's, + it's ] difficult for them. /
sw02-0224-0018-B010-01 ba B.10 utt1: {D Well, } we certainly found that to be true. /
sw02-0224-0019-A011-01 b A.11 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0020-B012-01 % B.12 utt1: {F Uh, } indeed we've, - /
sw02-0224-0021-B012-02 sd B.12 utt2: our children are now eleven and nine. /
sw02-0224-0022-A013-01 b A.13 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0023-B014-01 sd B.14 utt1: {C And } we moved away from institutionalized child care --
sw02-0224-0024-A015-01 b A.15 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0025-B016-01 sd B.16 utt1: -- if we can call those chain (( kind of things )) ,
sw02-0224-0026-A017-01 b A.17 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0027-B018-01 sd B.18 utt1: like that. {F Uh, } by that name.
sw02-0224-0028-A019-01 b A.19 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0029-B020-01 sd B.20 utt1: And found that, {F uh, } more creative avenues were the right answer for us. /
sw02-0224-0030-A021-01 b A.21 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0031-A021-02 b^r A.21 utt2: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0032-B022-01 sd B.22 utt1: {F Uh, } at one point in time we've had au pairs,
sw02-0224-0033-A023-01 b A.23 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0034-B024-01 sd B.24 utt1: by trading services with them, /
sw02-0224-0035-A025-01 b A.25 utt1: # Huh-uh. # /
sw02-0224-0036-B026-01 sd B.26 utt1: # {C and } # that worked for a while, /
sw02-0224-0037-B026-02 sd B.26 utt2: {C but } [ they were really, + adequate ones were really ] tough to find. /
sw02-0224-0038-A027-01 ba A.27 utt1: I'm sure that's true. /
sw02-0224-0039-B028-01 sd B.28 utt1: It takes that mixture of a very mature college student,
sw02-0224-0040-A029-01 b A.29 utt1: # Huh-uh. # /
sw02-0224-0041-B030-01 sd B.30 utt1: # who # wants to do something and yet is willing to give the time,
sw02-0224-0042-A031-01 b A.31 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0043-B032-01 sd B.32 utt1: and the interest to the children. /
sw02-0224-0044-A033-01 b A.33 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0045-A033-02 sd A.33 utt2: I do have a friend that, {F uh, } {F uh, } - /
sw02-0224-0046-A033-03 sd A.33 utt3: she and her roommate became live-in care givers /
sw02-0224-0047-A033-04 sd A.33 utt4: {C and } they loved it. /
sw02-0224-0048-A033-05 sd A.33 utt5: They had stayed with this family from the time these children were small, {D you know, } four or five years old,
up until they were well into grade school. /
sw02-0224-0049-A033-06 sd A.33 utt6: {C And, } {F uh, } she was paid very well because [ they, + ] the parents trusted them /
sw02-0224-0050-A033-07 sd A.33 utt7: {C and } they, {D you know, } had done such a good job. /
sw02-0224-0051-A033-08 sd A.33 utt8: {C So, } {F um, } I can see where someone, {D you know, } in a position like that, in a live-in capacity,
would definitely be the way to go if [ you're, + you're ] lucky enough to have the financial (( )) to be able to do that. /
sw02-0224-0052-B034-01 ba B.34 utt1: {D Well, } that's true, /
sw02-0224-0053-A035-01 b A.35 utt1: # Yeah. # /
sw02-0224-0054-B036-01 sd B.36 utt1: # {C and } # that's something that we're struggling with now. /
sw02-0224-0055-A037-01 b A.37 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0056-A037-02 sd A.37 utt2: I think it's just a matter of priorities. /
sw02-0224-0057-A037-03 sv A.37 utt3: [ It's, + {F uh, } {D you know, } it's ] a terrible thing to say when your speaking of children in that way, /
sw02-0224-0058-A037-04 sd A.37 utt4: {C but } you still have to be realistic, as well, I think. /
sw02-0224-0059-B038-01 aa B.38 utt1: {F Oh, } yeah. /
sw02-0224-0060-A039-01 b A.39 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0061-B040-01 o@ B.40 utt1: (( )) .
sw02-0224-0062-A041-01 b A.41 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0063-B042-01 sv B.42 utt1: Much as other cultures disagree, our lives don't revolve around our children. /
sw02-0224-0064-A043-01 b A.43 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0065-A043-02 b^r A.43 utt2: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0066-A043-03 sv A.43 utt3: {C And } [ [ that's, + that's, ] + that's ] bad to have to admit, too, /
sw02-0224-0067-A043-04 sv A.43 utt4: {C but, } {F uh, } {D you know, } it's just, there's so much pressure when you're talking about two people that work outside the home /
sw02-0224-0068-A043-05 sv A.43 utt5: [ {C and, } + {C and } ] I think that is one reason why I continue to be without children. /
sw02-0224-0069-A043-06 % A.43 utt6: I, - /
sw02-0224-0070-A043-07 sd A.43 utt7: it's just such a responsibility [ {C and, } + {C and } ] when I've had friends that have said, - /
sw02-0224-0071-A043-08 sd A.43 utt8: when you hear people say, [ it, + it ] alters your life forever, please take heed , {D well, } /
sw02-0224-0072-A043-09 sd A.43 utt9: I realize that's true /
sw02-0224-0073-A043-10 sd A.43 utt10: {C so } it's, {F uh, } such a responsibility. /
sw02-0224-0074-B044-01 aa B.44 utt1: {D Well, } it certainly is. {F Uh, } /
sw02-0224-0075-B044-02 ad B.44 utt2: if I can (( )) the other side of the coin for a moment. /
sw02-0224-0076-A045-01 b A.45 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0077-B046-01 sd B.46 utt1: It is such an honor and a thrill,
sw02-0224-0078-A047-01 b A.47 utt1: # {F Oh, } yeah. # /
sw02-0224-0079-B048-01 sd B.48 utt1: # to be # a parent,
sw02-0224-0080-A049-01 b A.49 utt1: # Huh-uh. # /
sw02-0224-0081-B050-01 sd B.50 utt1: # that # most of the time, it's worth it. /
sw02-0224-0082-A051-01 b A.51 utt1: Yeah . /
sw02-0224-0083-A051-02 sv A.51 utt2: Most of the time . /
sw02-0224-0084-B052-01 sd B.52 utt1: {D Well, } I just have to be honest about it. /
sw02-0224-0085-B052-02 sd B.52 utt2: It's not always,
sw02-0224-0086-A053-01 b A.53 utt1: # Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0087-A053-02 ba A.53 utt2: {F Oh, } sure. # /
sw02-0224-0088-B054-01 sd B.54 utt1: # worth it. # /
sw02-0224-0089-A055-01 b A.55 utt1: Sure. /
sw02-0224-0090-A055-02 b^r A.55 utt2: Sure. /
sw02-0224-0091-A055-03 b^r A.55 utt3: Sure. /
sw02-0224-0092-B056-01 sd(^q) B.56 utt1: There are those times when I think, {D gee, } if I didn't have children I could be out playing (( bridge )) or golf. /
sw02-0224-0093-A057-01 b A.57 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0094-A057-02 b^r A.57 utt2: Right. /
sw02-0224-0095-A057-03 b^r A.57 utt3: Right. /
sw02-0224-0096-A057-04 b^r A.57 utt4: Right. /
sw02-0224-0097-A057-05 sd A.57 utt5: {C But, } {D you know, } it's funny. /
sw02-0224-0098-A057-06 sd A.57 utt6: [ I did, + I had ] a friend that said, {D you know, } before we always said we don't want children because we can't go off
on the spur of the moment or this or that and the other /
sw02-0224-0099-A057-07 sd A.57 utt7: {C and } she got older /
sw02-0224-0100-A057-08 sd(^q) A.57 utt8: {C and } she said, {C but } {D you know, } we never do those things anyway. /
sw02-0224-0101-A057-09 ^q A.57 utt9: {C So } [ why + , why ] am I waiting, {D you know, } /
sw02-0224-0102-A057-10 sv A.57 utt10: [ it's, + it's ] just the way your attitude changes /
sw02-0224-0103-A057-11 sv A.57 utt11: {C and } you mature I suppose. /
sw02-0224-0104-A057-12 sd A.57 utt12: {C But } the thing about the child care [ I, + {D you know, } I ] have friends that struggle financially
[ {C and, } + {C and } ] they both do have to work. /
sw02-0224-0105-A057-13 sd A.57 utt13: It's a matter not necessarily, {F uh, } that she might want to stay home or he, as well, /
sw02-0224-0106-A057-14 sd A.57 utt14: {C but, } {D you know, } they need the money. /
sw02-0224-0107-A057-15 sd A.57 utt15: {C And, } {F uh, } when I seen some of my friends that have taken that six week old baby, {D you know, } to someone else,
it's just, I can imagine how emotional it must be. [ [ And, + and, ] + ] {D you know, } multiplied by the fact that
you don't really trust the person or you're uncomfortable with the situation (( )) , as far as child care, {F um, } /
sw02-0224-0108-A057-16 sv A.57 utt16: it's just a scary thing. /
sw02-0224-0109-B058-01 sd B.58 utt1: {D Well, } we were lucky when our children were that age, /
sw02-0224-0110-B058-02 sd B.58 utt2: {C and } having lived in a community for a while [ and + ] we knew the person to whom we were entrusting our children. /
sw02-0224-0111-A059-01 b A.59 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0112-A059-02 ba A.59 utt2: (( That's a big plus )) . /
sw02-0224-0113-B060-01 sd B.60 utt1: {C And } felt [ that, + that ] (( )) ,
sw02-0224-0114-A061-01 b A.61 utt1: # Right. # /
sw02-0224-0115-B062-01 sd B.62 utt1: # [ and # + ] feeling of safety. /
sw02-0224-0116-A063-01 b A.63 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0117-B064-01 sd B.64 utt1: {C And } were leaving them (( )) small children. /
sw02-0224-0118-A065-01 b A.65 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0119-B066-01 sd B.66 utt1: {C But, } we also learned something from that experience as our children got older. /
sw02-0224-0120-A067-01 b A.67 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0121-B068-01 sd B.68 utt1: It's that care givers are not omniscient -- /
sw02-0224-0122-A069-01 b A.69 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0123-B070-01 sd B.70 utt1: -- they are not all things to all people --
sw02-0224-0124-A071-01 b A.71 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0125-B072-01 sd B.72 utt1: -- or all children. /
sw02-0224-0126-A073-01 b A.73 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0127-A073-02 b^r A.73 utt2: Right. /
sw02-0224-0128-A073-03 b A.73 utt3: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0129-B074-01 sd B.74 utt1: The ones that are good with babies tend not to be good with toddlers. /
sw02-0224-0130-A075-01 b A.75 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0131-B076-01 x B.76 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0132-A077-01 b A.77 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0133-A077-02 sv A.77 utt2: I think it takes a, - /
sw02-0224-0134-A077-03 h A.77 utt3: I don't know, /
sw02-0224-0135-A077-04 sv A.77 utt4: I think your patient level [ must, + needs to ] increase as the child gets older . /
sw02-0224-0136-A077-05 sv A.77 utt5: I think that might be part of the problem with some people. {D You know, } /
sw02-0224-0137-A077-06 sv A.77 utt6: taking care of a baby, I know, is not an easy thing, /
sw02-0224-0138-A077-07 sv A.77 utt7: {C but } when you have them in, [ their, + their ] little feet are moving /
sw02-0224-0139-A077-08 sv A.77 utt8: {C and } you have to chase them down constantly. /
sw02-0224-0140-A077-09 sv A.77 utt9: I'm sure that's a whole new ball game. /
sw02-0224-0141-B078-01 b B.78 utt1: {F Oh, } yeah. /
sw02-0224-0142-A079-01 x A.79 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0143-B080-01 b B.80 utt1: Yeah, /
sw02-0224-0144-B080-02 sd B.80 utt2: I have a nine year old that I would trade happily for a baby (( )) . /
sw02-0224-0145-A081-01 b A.81 utt1: {F Oh, } really. /
sw02-0224-0146-A081-02 sv A.81 utt2: {D Well, } you sound like your pretty well passed the worst of it as far as worrying about, - /
sw02-0224-0147-A081-03 sv A.81 utt3: since they're both in school, you don't have to worry about a full-time person to take care of them. <> /
sw02-0224-0148-B082-01 sd B.82 utt1: {F Oh, } you don't know what happens after they get in school. /
sw02-0224-0149-A083-01 sv A.83 utt1: That's something altogether different, {F uh. } /
sw02-0224-0150-B084-01 aa B.84 utt1: {F Oh, } yes. /
sw02-0224-0151-B084-02 sd B.84 utt2: {D Now } we have, {F uh, } one takes piano lessons,
sw02-0224-0152-A085-01 b A.85 utt1: # Huh-uh. # /
sw02-0224-0153-B086-01 sd B.86 utt1: # somewhere # on one afternoon /
sw02-0224-0154-B086-02 sd B.86 utt2: {C and } the other one, of course can't do the same thing. /
sw02-0224-0155-A087-01 ba A.87 utt1: {F Oh, } of course not. /
sw02-0224-0156-B088-01 sd B.88 utt1: It has to be somewhere else /
sw02-0224-0157-B088-02 sd B.88 utt2: {C and } no /
sw02-0224-0158-B088-03 sd B.88 utt3: it's not adequate to sit and wait. /
sw02-0224-0159-A089-01 ba A.89 utt1: You can't do that. /
sw02-0224-0160-A089-02 aa A.89 utt2: No. /
sw02-0224-0161-B090-01 aa B.90 utt1: No. /
sw02-0224-0162-A091-01 aa A.91 utt1: No. /
sw02-0224-0163-A091-02 aa^r A.91 utt2: No. /
sw02-0224-0164-B092-01 % B.92 utt1: That just, - /
sw02-0224-0165-B092-02 sd B.92 utt2: that will not do. /
sw02-0224-0166-A093-01 aa A.93 utt1: That's out of the question, /
sw02-0224-0167-A093-02 ba A.93 utt2: I'm sure. /
sw02-0224-0168-B094-01 aa B.94 utt1: Of course. /
sw02-0224-0169-A095-01 x A.95 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0170-B096-01 sd B.96 utt1: {C But, } we are helping, {D you know. } /
sw02-0224-0171-A097-01 b A.97 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0172-A097-02 b^r A.97 utt2: Right. /
sw02-0224-0173-B098-01 sd B.98 utt1: We are being cooperative, /
sw02-0224-0174-B098-02 ^q B.98 utt2: what's wrong with you? /
sw02-0224-0175-A099-01 b A.99 utt1: Right. /
sw02-0224-0176-A099-02 b^r A.99 utt2: Right. /
sw02-0224-0177-B100-01 ^q B.100 utt1: You don't understand this. /
sw02-0224-0178-A101-01 b A.101 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0179-B102-01 sd B.102 utt1: That's just the way their minds work. /
sw02-0224-0180-B102-02 sd B.102 utt2: {C And } it's almost everyday. /
sw02-0224-0181-A103-01 ba A.103 utt1: That's amazing. /
sw02-0224-0182-A103-02 sv A.103 utt2: It's amazing that people actually, - /
sw02-0224-0183-A103-03 sv A.103 utt3: the stamina that you must, {D you know, } draw from yourself to deal with it. /
sw02-0224-0184-A103-04 sv A.103 utt4: It must be interesting. /
sw02-0224-0185-A103-05 sv A.103 utt5: I guess you find out that you're a much stronger person than you thought, maybe. /
sw02-0224-0186-B104-01 sd B.104 utt1: {D Well, } I've been finding out that I really am a nice person. /
sw02-0224-0187-B104-02 sd B.104 utt2: (( )) hit for many years. -/
sw02-0224-0188-A105-01 x A.105 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0189-B106-01 sd B.106 utt1: (( )) {C because } I didn't need it. /
sw02-0224-0190-A107-01 b A.107 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0191-B108-01 sd B.108 utt1: {C And } now, I need it. /
sw02-0224-0192-A109-01 sv A.109 utt1: Now it's just a reservoir that you tend to regularly, I'm sure. /
sw02-0224-0193-B110-01 b B.110 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0194-B110-02 sd B.110 utt2: {C And } it stays low a lot . /
sw02-0224-0195-A111-01 x A.111 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0196-B112-01 x B.112 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0197-A113-01 qy A.113 utt1: {D Well, } are your children now, - /
sw02-0224-0198-A113-02 qy A.113 utt2: do you feel comfortable, {F um, } with them coming home after school until you and your wife get home /
sw02-0224-0199-A113-03 % A.113 utt3: {C or, } -/
sw02-0224-0200-B114-01 nn B.114 utt1: Absolutely not. /
sw02-0224-0201-A115-01 b^m A.115 utt1: No. /
sw02-0224-0202-A115-02 b A.115 utt2: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0203-B116-01 sd B.116 utt1: {E I mean, } (( )) one of them [ I would, + I would ] leave unsupervised any time, any place, any where. /
sw02-0224-0204-A117-01 b A.117 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0205-B118-01 sd B.118 utt1: {F Uh, } the other one I wouldn't leave unsupervised two minutes. /
sw02-0224-0206-A119-01 b A.119 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0207-A119-02 b^r A.119 utt2: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0208-A119-03 sv A.119 utt3: That's just a difference in kids, I suppose. /
sw02-0224-0209-B120-01 ba B.120 utt1: That's true. /
sw02-0224-0210-A121-01 b A.121 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0211-B122-01 % B.122 utt1: What, - /
sw02-0224-0212-B122-02 ^q B.122 utt2: one leads the other? /
sw02-0224-0213-A123-01 b A.123 utt1: Huh-uh, /
sw02-0224-0214-A123-02 b A.123 utt2: yeah. /
sw02-0224-0215-B124-01 % B.124 utt1: {C And, } {F uh, } -/
sw02-0224-0216-A125-01 sd A.125 utt1: {C and } [ it's, + it's ] the one that's going downhill, - /
sw02-0224-0217-A125-02 qy A.125 utt2: [ is it, + is it ] the one that [ needs, + needs ] more supervision that has a bad influence on the older or more mature one? /
sw02-0224-0218-B126-01 na B.126 utt1: Of course. /
sw02-0224-0219-A127-01 b A.127 utt1: Yeah . /
sw02-0224-0220-A127-02 sv A.127 utt2: How unfortunate . /
sw02-0224-0221-B128-01 sv B.128 utt1: [ You don't think, + you don't think ] that good prevails. /
sw02-0224-0222-A129-01 sd A.129 utt1: {D Well, } [ [ I, + I, ] + I'm ] living in a dream world, /
sw02-0224-0223-A129-02 h A.129 utt2: what do I know. /
sw02-0224-0224-A129-03 sd A.129 utt3: As I said, I don't have kids /
sw02-0224-0225-A129-04 sd A.129 utt4: {C and } I'm an only child /
sw02-0224-0226-A129-05 sd A.129 utt5: {C so } I've never been around children. /
sw02-0224-0227-A129-06 sd A.129 utt6: {C So, } {F uh, } I'm sort of at a loss where that's concerned. /
sw02-0224-0228-A129-07 sd A.129 utt7: {C But } I do hear my friends talk about it. /
sw02-0224-0229-B130-01 sd B.130 utt1: [ We, + we're ] having such fun, /
sw02-0224-0230-B130-02 sd B.130 utt2: my wife and I were both only children. /
sw02-0224-0231-A131-01 b A.131 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0232-B132-01 sd B.132 utt1: {C And } we just couldn't wait to have two children so they would be such friends. /
sw02-0224-0233-A133-01 b A.133 utt1: Yeah . /
sw02-0224-0234-B134-01 ar B.134 utt1: Wrong. /
sw02-0224-0235-A135-01 sv A.135 utt1: That's like World War Three every minute . /
sw02-0224-0236-A135-02 h A.135 utt2: I don't know /
sw02-0224-0237-A135-03 sd A.135 utt3: [ [ I, + I, ] + I ] have to admit, I was [ self-, + selfish ] as a child. /
sw02-0224-0238-A135-04 sd A.135 utt4: I didn't want a brother or sister. /
sw02-0224-0239-A135-05 sd A.135 utt5: {C And } now that I'm older, of course, it's different. /
sw02-0224-0240-A135-06 sd A.135 utt6: {D You know, } I think about, {F uh, } wouldn't it be nice, /
sw02-0224-0241-A135-07 % A.135 utt7: {C but, } {F uh, } {D anyway. } -/
sw02-0224-0242-B136-01 sd B.136 utt1: Just make good friends. /
sw02-0224-0243-A137-01 b A.137 utt1: Yeah, {F oh, } /
sw02-0224-0244-A137-02 sd A.137 utt2: I have wonderful friends. /
sw02-0224-0245-A137-03 ba A.137 utt3: That's true /
sw02-0224-0246-A137-04 sd A.137 utt4: my best friend is one child of ten. /
sw02-0224-0247-A137-05 sd A.137 utt5: {C And so } they just sort of, {D you know, } adopted me as their eleventh child /
sw02-0224-0248-A137-06 sd A.137 utt6: {C so } that worked out pretty well. /
sw02-0224-0249-A137-07 sd A.137 utt7: She never had to worry about taking anybody to child care because there was always somebody there older to deal with them, /
sw02-0224-0250-A137-08 sd A.137 utt8: {C so } I guess, that's an alternative. /
sw02-0224-0251-A137-09 sd A.137 utt9: If you could just, {F um, }
sw02-0224-0252-B138-01 ^2 B.138 utt1: # Have enough. # /
sw02-0224-0253-A139-01 sd A.139 utt1: # have a # whole bunch . /
sw02-0224-0254-B140-01 x B.140 utt1: .
sw02-0224-0255-A141-01 sd A.141 utt1: By the time the youngest ones are there, you'll have older one to take care of them. /
sw02-0224-0256-B142-01 ba B.142 utt1: That's true. /
sw02-0224-0257-A143-01 h A.143 utt1: I don't know. /
sw02-0224-0258-A143-02 sd A.143 utt2: When you see all these horror stories on television about child care /
sw02-0224-0259-A143-03 fe A.143 utt3: {C and, } gosh, /
sw02-0224-0260-A143-04 % A.143 utt4: I just, - /
sw02-0224-0261-A143-05 sd A.143 utt5: I was seeing something on the television earlier about a little girl that's been telling her mother these terrible stories /
sw02-0224-0262-A143-06 sd A.143 utt6: {C and } of course people are denying it. /
sw02-0224-0263-A143-07 sv A.143 utt7: {C And, } {F uh, } it's just frightening. /
sw02-0224-0264-A143-08 sv A.143 utt8: It really is. /
sw02-0224-0265-B144-01 sd B.144 utt1: {D Well, } [ what, + what's ] frightening is a parent to see things [ that, + that ] you don't really don't understand. /
sw02-0224-0266-A145-01 b A.145 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0267-A145-02 b^r A.145 utt2: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0268-B146-01 sd B.146 utt1: {C And then } you don't really know what happened. /
sw02-0224-0269-A147-01 b A.147 utt1: Yeah. /
sw02-0224-0270-B148-01 sd B.148 utt1: We gave up on one baby sitter because we came home one night and found pieces of, {F um, } [ ribbon, +
sw02-0224-0271-A149-01 b A.149 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0272-B150-01 sd B.150 utt1: {D you know, } hair ribbon ] --
sw02-0224-0273-A151-01 b A.151 utt1: Huh-uh. /
sw02-0224-0274-B152-01 sd B.152 utt1: -- tied in a chair. Where obviously she [ had, + had, ] -/