Hi! After being on every wait list in the area, and getting some red flags from places I checked out I decided that one way or another I wanted to keep my son out of them.
And because of my very early mornings, and not wanting to get every germ that comes around, I decided to get a nanny.
She is a certified caregiver with experience with a medical background. We are a 32 yr old single mother and a 10 month old boy. We live in a townhouse with 2 yards and lots of age appropriate toys. I think the cornerstone to well-being is nutrition and will ensure that all the food reflects that. We are active and will make sure they get outside time any reasonable day, and think they should be able to nap when THEY need to. Books and music are important, as well as activities.
Because my home is infant-centered the biggest benefit to this situation is it's in the child's best interest. I am only willing to share with 1 other infant. Two hands=two babies. No crowded germy daycare or dayhome with kids of all ages and needs. And the love and attention they deserve!
-Must live nearby.
-Parent(s) embrace a healthy lifestyle.