This month we will delve into what childcare looked like for each of us during our first year as twin parents. Hopefully our different perspectives help you in making the best childcare decision for you and your family! Before we get into the details, the most important message we wish to share is ASK FOR HELP! Twins are an incredible blessing, but it can be a lot more challenging if you do it alone.
inding and employing the right nanny for your baby is a complicated process, which requires a lot of time and research.
All mother’s who have a nanny are always concerned that their nanny and baby have an excellent relationship. There are signs and clues to knowing the quality of your baby’s relationship with her nanny.
It is quite normal that the search in the beginning may seem a bit daunting, though as you slowly begin the process, you’ll see that there are many great caregivers out there – it’s in finding the right fit for you and your family.
No matter what your reason, you don’t need to over communicate the reason behind letting your nanny go.
They are specialists who love and care for your kids in your absence and for many families, their nanny is more than just someone who works for them. Many times, nannies become a part of the family and are involved in the children’s lives for years to come, well after their “job” as a childcare specialist is completed. If you’re looking to hire a nanny, here are some important must-knows before you start the hiring process.
Mommybites Nanny Board has become the go-to place for families in the greater New York City area looking for nannies or looking to help find their nanny a new childcare position.
As you close in on your due date, most expecting parents will begin to think about “scheduling.” Will I feed on demand or every 3 hours? Will my child nap on a schedule or whenever they’re tired? Should napping always happen in the crib or can they nap in the swing, car seat, stroller, as […]