Carolina is very patient and caring. She gets involved with the kids by completing activities and projects. Is always on time and never called out during her time with us. I highly recommend her. - Maylin
Arianne was our little girl’s nanny for 4 years. She’s a warm, loving and flexible person. Our family is really attached to her. We have left NYC 2 years ago and have kept in close touch with her. We warmly recommend her. - Yonatan
Gladys taught my daughter (who is 3) at Metrokids and she was fantastic. She has an early childhood Associates Degree and a real gift for children. We engaged her to teach our son (who is 5) Spanish after school every day. I think he made good linguistic progress and had good fun with her -- he is very fond. I’m confident you will feel lucky to have her help with your children. - Ines
Nanny Lane can help you find a toddler nanny that fits your family’s needs. We offer nanny services including background checks, PLUS, and nanny payroll. Start by posting a profile with a job description and then, you can start talking to candidates about your housekeeper nanny position.
A toddler nanny will have experience caring for toddlers. They are equipped to handle a toddler’s newfound abilities and desire for independence while cultivating a safe and stimulating environment. A toddler nanny's responsibilities can include organizing activities, preparing meals, handling child-related errands, and others. A toddler nanny can be a full-time, part-time, or live-in position. It is essential to consider these factors when determining how much you should pay a toddler nanny.
A nanny share is a great way for toddlers to make friends and learn how to compromise with other children. A nanny share also allows for families to save on the cost of a toddler nanny as well as [other benefits](/guide/family/identifying-your-needs/solo-nanny-vs-nanny-share.
In a nanny share, two families share one nanny. Nanny shares usually take two forms: 1) the nanny cares for both children simultaneously, or 2) the nanny splits their time between two families.
Once you find a great candidate, you can invite them for an interview. It’s important to learn about if this candidate would be a great fit for your family in an interview. Here are some examples of questions you can ask:
At this stage, you should ask for their references in order to ask their references some questions some questions. Once you’ve prepared the job offer or contract, we recommend that you run a background check.