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Lindsay Heller has been an invaluable asset to many families beginning their search for that perfect person to care for their children. During your initial consultation, Lindsay will help you determine your needs and set a plan and a timeline custom tailored to your family. Lindsay is available to review possible candidates, guide you through the interview process, and even pre-interview your selected pool of applicants.
Sometimes you may feel like throwing in the towel when really there may be a better solution that will be in the best interest of your children and your family. Are you considering letting your nanny go? Let Lindsay guide you through this decision making process. She can get down to the heart of the matter that’s keeping you and your nanny from seeing eye to eye.
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May 22, 2013
Keeping the boundaries between nanny and housekeeper is sometimes a hard line to define. Some families don't have the resources to employ a full-time housekeeper. However, overloading nannies with household chores and duties can be both exhausting and frustrating; after all, a nanny's main focus should always be on the children. The best way to keep boundaries firmly in place is to have a … [Read More...]
May 16, 2013
Do you often marvel at the weight of your diaper bag? Have you been asked by others on the playground "What's in there? Bricks?" Is the bottom of your stroller so full that you often leave a trail of belongings behind you? Maybe it's time to take a simpler approach to going out on the town with children. It's easy to overpack–bottles, diapers, toys, books, etc. all seem to jump right into the … [Read More...]