I've been taking care of kids as a nanny seven years.
= Since November 2014 until the end of March 2015, I took care of 3 months old Emerson in East Side Manhattan, doing all that is required to take care of an infant: feeding, naps, bottles, changing him, playing, singing and dancing with him.
I also keep a daily log .I can advise, about supplies, kind of bottles, pacifiers, toys, clothes, etc., that are more useful, economic and liked by babies.
Emerson started daycare on April 2015.(Reference)
= August 2014 till November, took care of 3 months old Maddy. Again, all baby related duties , always including keep her areas and clothes neat. (Reference)
= Since July 2013 until June 2014, I took care of my SECOND SET OF TWINS. They were 2 weeks old when I started. I worked 10 hours a day during the week, by myself. I took care of all aspects of their caring during their first year. That included their feeding, sleeping schedule, entertainment, etc. The parents trusted me with the decisions about schedules, changes in them, and the caring in general and I would, communicate and check with them every step. What made possible for me to do this was my experience.
By the end of June 2014, as planned, they started daycare. (Reference)
= In 2011, I took care of twins for the first time, as a live in nanny in Long Island, since they were 3 month until they were 10 month old (they were on a schedule). I fed them, entertained and put them to sleep by myself.
= Since 2008 until 2011, for two years and a half, I worked as a live out Nanny in Midtown Manhattan. I took care of a boy, Max, since he was 8 month old until he was 3 and half years old, but, please for more about my work history check my profile.
A FEW IMPORTANT ITEMS:
- I'm CPR certified.
- I've studied two years of Communications and two of psychology in College back in my country of origin, Uruguay .
-I live in Astoria Ditmars.
-I don’t spend all the time on my cell.
- I'm fluent in English and Spanish.
- I don't smoke.
- I'm OK with light housekeeping for and around the baby (baby's meal, baby's laundry, bottles, vacuum around baby’s area.).
Looking forward to hear from you!
And thank you for taking the time to read,