Are there any nannies in the Portsmouth, RI area? I’m 26 and I look after two girls ages 2 and 4 months! We’re always looking for stuff to do to get out of the house!
Hi I'm new here but I really need advice. I'm starting a new job next week and it will be my first time with 2 infants. I'm doing a nanny share with a family that had a 8 week old and a family with a 10 week old. Do any of you have tips on how to handle 2 infants at once or any advice on how to make it easier?? Really anything helps at this point.
I am brand new to this site. I am doing a trial with a new family this week. They have a 2 month old and a 6 month old. I was wondering if anyone has any advice for someone caring for two infants together for the first time.
I interviewed for a nanny share today in the DC area and I'm unsure about how much to charge each family. I told them that I would send my desired salary to them by tomorrow along with my resume and references. I was thinking $16 per hour per family, but is that insane? The job is part-time and both families would only need a nanny for their two newborns on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Started working for a new family, and have been happily employed for the past 4 months, until recently...
The MB has begun showing signs of extreme micro-management, and checking on me (and her husband) constantly, about the baby. Provided, she works away from home 2 days a week, and isn't there. So, I understand her need to be informed, and I use an app which I update every hour of everything that is done in their home. (not including housework) And, now she's begun to question my work ethic.
I'm in the interview phase for (what seems like) a great job. It's technically a nanny share; two families who want their kids to grow up together, so I'd be watching all of them at the same time in the same place. It's a regular 40 hour per week schedule, and by the time I start, the kids will be 17 months, and a set of 3 month old twins. I have no idea how much to charge if they ask, or how much to agree with if they offer the number. All I know is they prefer to pay a weekly rate rather than hourly. I have about 10-12 years of experience, and the job is in a relatively big city area.
I have been a nanny for a number of years and am due with my 1st baby in August. I will be leaving my current FT nanny job in August, my current charge is 22 months and mom is due with #2 in 2 weeks, 2 infants and a 2 year old would be a little much.
After taking 8 weeks maternity leave, I will be the FT nanny for a then 5 month old out of my home. The baby boys will be 3 months apart. While I am looking forward to the babies getting to socialize, and I am happy I get stay home with my son, I am looking for advice!