I am a nanny of two boys (ages 4 and 5), we have grown attached to each other but I am still struggling to get them to behave. I thought it was a flaw in my abilities as their nanny until I closely examined their behavior with their parents. They kick, scream and are completely rude to their parents, their parents let them walk all over them and do whatever they want. When I arrive I am expected to give them the only structure they ever see, needless to say it is a struggle to get them to do small tasks such as brush their teeth and get dressed without screaming fits.
Your nanny family hires a babysitter for a few hours instead of asking you first ?
Ive been working for a family for almost two years now and they used to ask me to stay late sometimes which id do for free since they go on vacation a lot and i still get paid for the whole week.
After over a month of serious thought, I have finally decided to quit my current nanny job. I have posted on this site, the ridiculous hours I have, the micromanaging, and the simple fact that she won't let me or the charge go outside for a walk which is extremely hard when I work 14 hour days. Not only that, but I'm also not allowed to open any blinds or windows, but get guilt tripped often about her AC bill.
I know this is random, but I'm watching the saga of the live-in nanny who refused to move out on Dr. Phil. I had seen the story on the news and thought I knew the story. I'm starting to have second thoughts and wanted you guys' input.
It seems to me that the nanny isn't quite the villain they made her out to be. She's no nanny of the year, but the family seems suspect. I've mentioned before that families who offer no pay for live-in are scammers. Also, IF she was overworked, mistreated, uncompensated etc then she may have been maligned in public.
I took care of a baby girl since she was 6 months old. She just turn two as of last week and the parents put her in preschool. They said they would give me 2 week severance pay but I had to go to their house each Friday to pick it up. ok no problem. A few weeks ago I asked the mom on a Monday are you putting the baby in preschool when she turns two which was two weeks before she turned two. The mom says oh no not until June. OK well that Friday both parents come to me and say I was correct and they are putting her in school in two weeks so there goes their credibility.
So I've been working with my kido for over a year.I spent the whole first year inside the house so by the time that I got the ok to go out I was desperate for interaction. I was surprised to discover that many of the moms didn't really want to be my friends they all have little cliques and I'm basically not allowed in them. so far I've only made two friends the rest just kind of ignore us.I was just wondering if that happens to you guys to
After what the previous nanny wrote about SAHM's I would like to ask you guys an opinion about what Ive been dealing with...
I babysit an adorable little girl (4 months old) and the dad "works" from home for the time being.
I start at 6 am everyday. The wife leaves for work when I get there, and the dad, goes upstairs to "work"
After the wife leaves, the dad comes downstairs, goes out to grab coffee, then piddles around the house ALL day. It's like he doesn't even work!!!
I am a very patient and cooperative person. The stay at home mom I work for micromanages everything I do. Can anyone share tips or their personal experience? Even though the moneh is excellent, I am sad and angry working here (not towards the kids). I'm ready to quit! Help :(
Hi y'all, so this little girl I watch is almost two and I've been with her for 5 months. The first thing I noticed was the she was very bow-legged and had trouble getting around and she didn't say any words (maybe Mama at first, or that came soon- she calls me Mama). I thought maybe it was her hearing but she can imitate tunes so I don't think that's the case. She mainly just babbles like a baby. My son is 2 so being with him as definitely grown her vacab, she can say Cat, Dog, Cup now so that's good... I don't know how to describe it but she's just.. off.