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When you're working parents, one of the hardest decisions you've got to make is finding the right childcare for your family. Many families choose to hire a nanny to have a more personalized and one-on-one interaction with their children. But when you're hiring an individual, how do you ensure you're finding someone you completely trust with your child and your home, who's reliable, honest and great with kids? It's like hiring a second (or third) parent for your children. For many parents, it's hard to find the right match.
On this episode Lindsay Thompson and Anna Stivers of The Nanny League are on to give you tips on how to find the right nanny, including:
* What to look for in a nanny
* What to think about when writing a job description
* Suggestions for interview questions, reference checks and background checks
* How to do a trial run with prospective nannies
* Standard benefits for nannies and basics on the legal aspects of hiring a nanny
* The benefits and costs of nanny placement services
* A special offer for LezBeMommies Radio listeners
Find out more about the Nanny League at http://www.thenannyleague.com/, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thenannyleague and on Twitter @thenannyleague. Lindsay can be reached directly at (310) 893-9355.
Find LezBeMommies Radio online at http://www.lezbemommies.com/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LezBeMommiesRadio.
It was during the UNLEASHED CONFERENCE that Paula Furr Knight White de Cain introduced the new nanny "Pushie" to her children the members of New Destiny Christian Center Church. Tune in as Wolf Tracker further exposes Paula's new agenda for New Destiny Christian Center Church.
Wolf Tracker cordially invites Paula "Paulacchio" White to be his guest on today's broadcast. Paula can call in by dialing (347) 308-8221. Wolf Tracker wants to give this two-bit hustlers the opportunity to debunk everything he has to say about her!
A dedicated philanthropist and former nanny, Florence Ann Romano has always kept a special place in her heart for children.
Romano started caring for kids before she was a teenager, and she shares those experiences in her first book for children and their parents. Mascot Books releases “Nanny and Me” in May 2015. A woman with a charitable spirit, Romano spends time working with nonprofit organizations. Inspired by her younger brother, whom is autistic, she is the founder and president of a junior board that supports awareness for children, adults and families touched by Autism.
I recently had a simply delightful conversation with Florence about her children’s book, Nanny and Me, and a wide range of topics from what parents should look for when hiring a nanny, to mommy guilt and growing up with a sibling who lives with autism. Please take a listen.
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MGN Radio welcomes Jennifer Kuhn, Editor of Nanny Magazine to our show. Jennifer Kuhn is a writer/editor based in the DC Metro area. She holds a master’s degree in Publishing from The George Washington University. She has written for 303 Magazine (Denver-based fashion magazine), The Frisky, Southern Writer Magazine, and numerous other publications, and Jennifer is a freelance editor. Jennifer has also taught writing at Montgomery College and worked as a substitute teacher in multiple school districts in Connecticut. She enjoys the rigors of a full-time career in nonprofit STM publishing, attending conferences and networking with other publications professionals, and reading. Before beginning her career in publishing, Jennifer was a… drumroll, please… nanny! She has worked as nanny in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland, caring for dozens of children in total, including twins, triplets, and children with learning and social disabilities.You don't want to miss this show on Wednesday at 9pm EST. Check out http://nannymag.com
Our guest today is Jennifer Hayes who has an amazing story of how she rescued a dog and the dog rescued her! Isn't that always what our pets do for us? Join us today, you will enjoy learning about this facinating Lady Jane.
Personal Assistant for a Lady Jane
Are you a Lady Jane who needs a personal assistant, housekeeper, nanny, or caregiver?
I am a girl Friday who is skilled in the following:
Organization, housekeeping, care of children, caregiving, pets, errands, and sipping tea.
My qualifications are the following: *25 years of sparkle means 25 years of professionalism, dependability, and exceptional service. *Obsessive attention to detail means you can expect perfection, every time. *Premium products and quality processes allow for an unmatched caliber of clean. *Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or one-time clean. *Hardworking, flexible, unwavering optimism and a passion for helping people and family pets.
My solid reputation is based on compassion and concern for children, and seniors. I love to cook, create, clean, nurture, inspire.
I am proactive in creating wonderful Nanny/Family relationships. For the family, I offer peace of mind and quality of life for your child.
If you need a well-rounded individual who thinks quickly on her feet, can use elbow grease, polite, well-mannered, plus more, then I welcome a phone interview to start.
Tune in to learn more about the care of Humans and Animals and the connection that exists between us.
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