You might work in childcare if:
1) You cough into your elbow (to avoid spreading germs)
2) You avoid touching children's elbows, knowing that they just sneezed into them.
3) You know what lice look like, and can identify a nit.
4) You can discuss exploding diapers without flinching.
5) You find yourself singing the clean up song as you clean your apartment.
6) You have four spare pairs of gloves in your winter coat for the children who don't have any or forgot theirs at home.
7) You use positive reinforcement and avoid negative statements. "Use your walking feet!"
8) You find yourself telling someone to not lick the window, and then wonder how you could have phrased it positively.
9) You've ever had to explain why your pockets were filled with toy cars and plastic monkeys at the security checkpoint at a hockey game.