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The Buchanan Family
Mid City, Los Angeles$15/hr  |  1 kid
- Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday / 9am-3pm (6hrs per day)
- Open to Nanny Share
- CPR Certification/ Recent Use of CPR
- Responsibilities: light cleaning, prepare baby meals and snacks for mother, wash/dry and fold baby clothes, and take care of baby. Prefer for sitter to have driver’s license, background check, reliable transportation.
The Le Family
Tarzana, Los Angeles$15/hr  |  1 kid
We are a fun-loving and very active family who values treating everyone with love and respect. We have a super cook 2 year old daughter and a very friendly 7 year old frenchie. We need temporary, part time live-in childcare to start asap. Basic chidlcare for approx 4 hours/day, days/week with ability to be flexible and occasionally work more if need be. Thank you so much in advance!
The Feldman Family
Echo Park, Los Angeles$15/hr  |  1 kid
We need someone to care for our sweet and super smart 10 month old! Looking for a mother’s helper type person as well who is up for helping me with some meal prep and light cleaning when I am around to play/feed/comfort her. Otherwise when I am gone, I’d love someone who can play with her, give her naps, prep food, clean up her areas, and treat her with respect :) We use montessori and RIE-based methods with her!
We also use some sign language and would love for her to learn another language like Spanish!

Anywhere from 5-8 hours 2-4x per week
Starting anywhere from 8a-10a

I’d love help with prepping her food (we follow an infant nutrition program), engaging her in play and learning activities (love Montessori and RIE, we use sign language too with her), encouraging independent play, organizing/cleaning up her things, naps, etc

I might be home but in another room to get some work done, take a nap, eat in peace (lol) or go for a walk or run an errand but she is still breastfed (I can put some in bottles too and see how much she drinks with you!) and we rock/hold her for naps so not sure if you ever babywore or have experience with it.. or want to help support me in transferring her and coaching her to sleep in her crib 😇

Our current schedule is loosely:
Wake
Eat
Play
After 2-3 hours of awake time, breastfeed and nap
Eat
Play
After 2 1/2-3 hours of awake time, breastfeed and nap
Play
Breastfeed then eat dinner
Bath
After 2-3.5 hours of awake time Breastfeed to sleep
Obviously “play” could mean lots of different things but just to give you an idea :)

Let me know any questions!
It would be awesome if some days when you get here in the morning (possibly a little early like 6-7) you could help us by making breakfast! Like oatmeal or eggs or something vegan/Dairy free (I can’t have dairy for her) healthy and delicious that you come up with! And possibly help prep dinner or something before you leave (if I am nursing her or give her a nap and you’re here).
The Freeman Family
South Los Angeles, Los Angeles$15/hr  |  2 kids
Hey there my name is Folicsade but you can call me Promise.. I am a single mom of two boys. One 9 hes a football star and 4.0 gpa kid.. and a 2 month old he’s precious but definitely a boobie baby they’re the best! I work full time and attend college. I’m looking someone in to help me take care of baby meal prep (sometimes) and help me clean 10-20hrs a week... bilingual is a plus, cpr/first aid certified, and car with drivers license.. ( I am open to nanny share) Some days I’ll be home but still need someone here. Anyway we r easy going full of lots of love and we love Jesus..
The Wright Family
Mid City, Los Angeles$13/hr  |  1 kid
We are looking for a nanny for our 11-month-old son in Los Angeles. Some light housekeeping is required. We have a small dog. Responsibilities would also include prepping his meals, keeping his play area clean, and some cleaning and organization projects around the space. Assisting with folding and putting away his laundry would be asked from time to time. We care deeply about engagement and early childhood development. We live in a small apartment, and currently, due to COVID, my husband and I are working from home so please consider your comfortability that when applying. Lastly, safety is very important to us. We are actively practicing social distancing and we wear our masks when leaving our home. We ask that anyone interested also to the same for the safety of everyone.
The Daniela Family
Encino, Los Angeles$20/hr  |  1 kid
Mother to a sweet 7- month old boy.
Looking for an experienced nanny for part-time work.

Responsibilities:
Sticking to baby’s schedule
Feeding solids/ preparing food. Familiar with different weaning methods (BLW/ purées). Help baby eat independently.
Play with baby, interact, lots of communication.
Light housework

Available for a few evenings a week would be great too!
The Merrie Family
Northridge, Los Angeles$13/hr  |  1 kid
My child is special needs but high functioning autistic. Looking for options starting in May. Hourly wages negotiable. Will require after school 12:30-6PM
The Porter Family
Central LA, Los Angeles$16/hr  |  1 kid
Hi, looking for a part-time nanny/sitter for 1-3 children under 3 between two families. It will be unlikely that you will need to watch all three children at once (two max). Looking for someone who may be available when one family is out of town. Weekend help may be need as well. The two families live in Mid-City and Santa Monica, a car would be beneficial. Santa Monica parents work from home. Duties would include interactive play, reading books, being imaginative with activities, feeding, naps, diaper changing, walks. I can provide more details and better explain the needs in preliminary phone interview. Thank you for your interest!

Samantha
The Fuccio Aksalic Family
Van Nuys, Los Angeles$20/hr  |  2 kids
My children as active sweet very bright kids. They are used to being with me often but now peeping a restaurant downtown I’ve had to give my nanny more hours. Currently looking for someone to fill in some hours and even come downtown near the restaurant when I bring the kids.
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