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Amber J.|Nashville, TN

$15-35/hr 10 yrs exp 32 yrs old

Loving, Very Qualified Nanny Available. Pet Care Included!

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I am a nanny in Nashville relocated from San Francisco. COVID: I take precautions against the corona virus very seriously and I am looking for a family who does the same. I will only have contact with my care family. I am only considering families where both parents work from home. I am currently not considering families who send any of their little ones to daycare's or social settings. I have been a nanny in California since 2010. My background is in Animal Science, Fine Arts and Vocal Music. I have also been a music teacher in California. I love playing outside, going to parks, painting, drawing, reading, writing, tea parties, and educational activities. I limit screen time in favor of interactive activities and fun in real life. I am extremely comfortable with pets of all sizes and offer pet care included in my rates. I also offer tutoring, music fundamentals, basic sight-reading, chess lessons, art lessons, and more included in my rates!
Reviewed by Stephanie L. 5/5 stars
Amber is a fantastic nanny. From day one she had a great relationship with our 9 month old son. He was so excited to see her every morning. She was very engaged with him, always singing, reading, talking, and teaching him things. She is very creative with kids. She is also very educated about childhood development. We were concerned about finding a nanny during COVID-19, and we were so relieved to find that Amber has taken it as seriously as us. We felt comfortable leaving our son with her, knowing how responsible she is. We highly recommend Amber!
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Danita A.|Oak Hill, TN

$20-25/hr 10 yrs exp

Date Night Babysitter

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I am a registered nurse with experience in the OR (mainly ENT, plastics, and other outpatient procedures). I started babysitting when my 2 daughters went off to college. When they were young, I enjoyed picking them up from school, taking them to volleyball, gymnastics, cheer leading, and acting classes. I also enjoyed making cookies with them and taking them to various historical sites and fun activities around town. I often helped them with homework. I speak a little Spanish, but not fluently. I am into nature and gardening. I love animals however, I am allergic to cats. I don't smoke, and can't stand being where I can smell it. I served on the Metro Council for 8 years, so I'm into politics. I can handle myself in difficult and stressful situations. I have excellent written and communication skills. I am available for date nights & for stay at home moms that need to run errands. I babysit in the Oak Hill, Forest Hills, Crieve Hall, Lipscomb, Melrose/Berry Hill areas of town.
Reviewed by Kyle B. 5/5 stars
Danita (goes by Michelle) rescued us when we needed last minute child care! She was terrific. It's terrifying as a parent to leave your child with someone you don't know, but we quickly felt complete trust in Michelle. So kind and treated our son like her own. We were lucky enough to have her care for our son several other times after this and would certainly use her services again. As a bonus, she really seems to love dogs too and this made for a perfect match for us.

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FAQs for finding child care in Nashville

How much does it cost in 2021 to hire a child care provider in Nashville, TN?
Hiring someone on Care.com to provide child care services will cost an average of $15.00 per hour as of June 2021. This rate may vary depending on the experience each child care provider has, how many kids you will need them to watch, the age of your children, and whether you need part-time or full-time child care.
How can I find child care help near me?
Care.com currently has 1,231 child care providers Nashville, TN. You can search for caregivers by their distance from Nashville and by hourly pay rate. Then you can compare their experience, specific services they offer and what age groups of kids they specialize in caring for. You can also read reviews from other families in Nashville that have worked with the child care providers you're interested in.
What interview questions should I ask a child care provider?
You want to find a child care provider that will get along with your kids, but also follows many of the same parenting ideas you have. Structure your questions around how your kids behave in certain situations and what the provider thinks is the best action to take. And because there are plenty of activities to do in Nashville, you should ask questions about the fun things each child care provider would do to keep your kids happy and entertained. Finally, ask each provider about their past child care experience, references from other families in Nashville and if they are certified in first aid and CPR.