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Brooklyn, NY
2 kids
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Hi! I'm Sherraine and my baby is Athan. I'm a social worker and doula and I go back to work mid April when Athan will be 6 months.

Athan is an adorable ham. You will need to be able to handle his transition to bottle feeding and tendency to want to fight sleep during nap time.

I am looking for care 9-5pm on Monday and Tues and some hours on Friday. I am possibly looking for additional hours and can discuss options. The Monday and Tuesday hours/ possibly Fridays would be shared care with a 12 month old baby, Amara who lives 10 minutes away. The budget for this is $25 per hour but we are open to discussion.

My work requires travel every couple of months so I am also looking for someone who can travel with me to Atlanta or LA occasionally. However this is not a requirement. If you were available for this, you would have your own hotel or Airbnb room during travel and the budget for this is $15-$18 per hour.

As a single parent I am potentially considering a live in childcare provider with housing provided plus additional monetary compensation. Some of the days would be shared care with Athan and Amara and some days would be baby Athan. The budget for hours with only Athan would be $15 per hour (in addition to the housing provided). The budget for the shared care would be $25 per hour but open to discussion.

Hi! We are Rachel and Gary (Amara's parents!). Amara is 12 mnths and a smiley, easy going baby. We are looking for care 9-5pm Monday, and Tuesday and possibly some Friday hours shared with Athan starting in April. We have a good sized home & backyard for the kids to play. I work from home in an upstairs office and Gary also works from home part times. Amara is easy going but needs extra attention to finish her meals (she hates the constraints of a high chair). She can be put in her crib to put herself to sleep for naptime. She is crawling and pulling up on things. She walks with assistance. Our budget is $25 for the shared care with Amara & Athan.

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The different types of nanny jobs impact nanny responsibilities. The boundaries for nannies duties vary from family to family. In general, a nanny is responsible for making sure the children's needs are met, including things like ensuring they have opportunities to play and be active. When tasks go beyond child care, for example, housekeeping or meal preparation, it’s good practice to communicate your expectations with the family.

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