[Parentsgroup-list] reaching out for the holidays

JAsante at post.harvard.edu JAsante at post.harvard.edu
Thu Nov 29 10:56:15 EST 2012

Dear Parents
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On 2012-11-28 10:22, Kimberly Bertrand wrote:
> My husband and I are looking for a full-time nanny/babysitter to care
> for our 7-month old daughter in our home. Ideally, the hours will be
> Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 5:45 pm.
>  We are looking for a caring nanny with previous experience caring 
> for
> infants and who is reliable, mature, responsible, trustworthy,
> energetic and will interact and play with our daughter. She is a
> quiet, happy baby who smiles a lot and likes to be held. We expect 
> our
> nanny to provide a safe and nurturing environment for our baby that 
> is
> also stimulating and fun. Responsibilities include:
> 	* Giving lots of love and cuddles
>  	* Bottle feeding and first foods
>  	* Frequent diaper changes
> 	* Helping baby fall asleep for naps
>  	* Playing and reading books
> 	* Taking baby for stroller walks around the neighborhood
>  	* Willingness to do light chores (e.g., dishes, laundry) during
> nap-time is a plus
> We also have an easygoing 3.5-year old son who attends preschool but
> may require occasional care, to be negotiated.
> This is a live-out position. We live in Brighton very close to
> Brookline in the Cleveland Circle/Washington Square neighborhood,
> accessible by T (the B-line is 2 minutes away, the C-line is 6 
> minutes
> and the D-line is 10 minutes). We’d prefer to hire someone who lives
> close by.
>  If you are interested in learning more about the position or know
> someone who is, please email me at kimberly.bertrand at gmail.com [1].
> Non-smokers only, please. In your email, please tell me about your
> previous experience caring for infants as well as your expected rate,
> availability and phone number. If it seems like a good fit, I will
> call you (and later request references).
> Links:
> ------
> [1] mailto:kimberly.bertrand at gmail.com

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