Hi guys , so I live in Texas . The family I am working for currently is expecting a mother child on the way so I'm set to work overnight when the mother has her baby .
They have a two year old boy and I can't for him 3 days a week from 8am-6:30pm . I get paid 11 an hour , but with this overnight I have no idea what to charge.
We figured a flat rate would be best since we don't know when she's going into labor. What do you guys think would be safe bet ?
I feel horrible, but I can no longer take having to be a live in! I'm a nanny to fraternal twins that just turned 3. I started about three weeks ago and I've just been not having the best time. I think mainly with the whole live in part. I work Monday-Friday and occasionally work Saturday morning. Family is super nice...but I miss home a lot. I'm 24 years old and I've never been so stressed out before. The kids refuse to sleep in their own bed, so they want to always sleep with me, basically I get no sleep.
I'm done. And at this point, I feel it is not fair to the kids for me to be their caregiver. However it's, slightly more complicated than that...
So I am a full time nanny to a 4y (tomorrow!), a 2y5m and they're expecting a newborn in late march/early April. I've been with them for the last almost 2 ½ years now and absolutely love them. They at dream children and although it was rough at first, I've come to really appreciate their parents.
They crept on me to do parents laundry. There's three baskets, one kids and two parents. They have me do all three baskets a week. How do I only do children's now. I don't want to be rude. I've been doing it for about 8 months now but it's getting to be too much on my back in the house with stairs. Laundry room is down stairs
I've been a nanny for this family for almost two months. I moved in at the beginning of august. I work for a single mom in the military. Honestly, this has been the worst job. I make five an hour and the children are horrible. They don't care about anything I have to say and they hit me and bite me which have left marks, they scream all the time and cry and it's exhausting to have to deal with. I'm a great nanny and I love children. I've done this for a couple years now and never experienced any of this before.
Hi all, I have a few concerns. How many of you get paid gas compensation? I nanny for a 19 month old girl and have been with her since she was 3 months old. I got paid $600/ week when I started which is quite low for this white collar area. I work almost 50 hours a week. It came out to be $12/ hour plus change. When I hit a year, which I bit my mouth through the whole thing hoping I’d get a good raise, I got $25/ week extra. A normal nanny in this area should get a minimum of $25/ hour. Every month it seems a new task is added to my job.
So I have been talking back and forth with a family. They seem(ed) pretty cool and flexible. I have been a full-time nanny for a couple years but I am going to be transitioning into another career (being a full-time Ph.D. Student). So my time in the nanny industry is ending soon. :(
So my situation as a nanny is a little different. I have been a Live in nanny for about a month now. I nanny a 2year-old boy and 2-month-old boy. The kids are great and the family is nice. My duties include taking care of them, cleaning up after them & myself, and only a couple chores. The only problem I have is compensation. I'm going to school online and I do not have a vehicle. The family and I set up a contract that was never signed by either party.