Alayna was great with our children as a nanny for two summers. She was punctual, trustworthy and had good communication skills with us. She also has her drivers license and took the kids to different activities and planned fun outings. Our kids really enjoyed their time with her. She had a high energy level and was always in a great mood. We would recommend using Alayna as a nanny. - Kathy
She made time for my kids to play with them. Took them to the local parks (which they loved). She was very kind and if I forgot something she didn't mind helping me out by providing it for me. - Victoria stumbo
I used Charmain on a regular basis when I needed child care for my twin girls. She always put them first and made sure they were safe and had fun. They loved it when she was watching them, they would get so excited. That gave me so much comfort. - Lisa Weiss Wolkerstorfer
Nanny Lane is a child care website to help you find child care near your area in Minnesota. Our child care services include background checks, PLUS, and payroll.
If you’re looking for affordable child care, you should explore the different types of care and how they compare to each other in Minnesota. What are the differences between a solo nanny and a nanny share? What about a nanny share vs. daycare? Or nanny share vs. nursery school? Or a solo nanny vs. an au pair? What is a nanny share?
There are lots of options to find affordable child care that works best for your family, and Nanny Lane’s child care services is here to help along the way.
There are various types of child care (solo nanny, nanny share, etc), with different levels of costs. For how much to pay a nanny, key factors that determine cost are experience, the number of children, where you live, and much more. In addition, during the hiring process, you should be considerate of how to handle expenses (e.g. gas, food, etc.).
If you choose a nanny as the best child care option for your family, there are ways to save on nanny costs like an afterschool co-op or having relatives who live close offer child care support on certain days.
Alternatively, you can [split the costs of a nanny)(/guide/nanny-share/cost/how-to-split-nanny-share-costs). There are lots of different nanny share setups that highlight how to make nanny shares even if the kids are different ages. With a nanny share, you can find a family first or hire a nanny and consider creating a nanny share. Either way, a nanny share is the most affordable way to employ a nanny.
Find what works best for you and your family. Nanny Lane’s child care services are here to help you along the way.