I am all for helping people out when I can, but I feel like my neighbor is asking a little too much from me. I have never been a fan of babysitting, but in the past I have done it for my neighbor when she needed the help. Well, last school year, I watched her son in the mornings for about 1 1/2 hours before school then took him to the bus stop. No big deal. But since I have been pregnant it has been hard for me to get out of bed in the mornings and when P sleeps in, so do I. Well, now she asked if I could do it again. I told her I don't know what it is going to be like when the baby comes and I am struggling now as it is. If the kids sleep in, then I don't want to have to wake them up or get up myself. I told her in an emergency I could take him to the bus stop, but I don't want to commit to anything right now and then leave her stuck if I can't do it. So then she asked if I could drive him to school if she couldn't be home. I told her that I don't think I could do that. If everyone is sleeping, I am not going to wake them up, get them dress, take them out in the cold to take her kid to school on the other side of town. I just feel like that is a little much to ask someone with a newborn and a toddler. I told her if he could just ride the bus those days I could walk him up there. The bus stop is at the end of our street, which is very short and if I had to leave them in the house sleeping for a few minutes, I could. All summer she has just let her kid run around the neighborhood, he just turned 7 and no one watches him. My husband and I are constantly telling him to get out of the street and when I tell her that he was in another part of the neighborhood, she just says thanks. What would you do?