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Charlsie M.|Arlington, VA

$10-15/hr 1 yr exp 27 yrs old

Vaccinated Nanny

Hi there! My name is CC, and I am a stay at home mom of a 1-year-old baby girl offering regular drop-off and single day babysitting in my home for one child at a time. In addition to being fully COVID vaccinated and wearing a mask, I also perform daily temperature checks and surface cleanings in my home to ensure safety and peace of mind. I have professional day care experience in a Montessori setting as well as being a mom with plenty of "on the job" experience and would treat your child as my very own. I am able to provide real-time updates of your child's day (ex. diapers, naps, snacks, pictures, etc) through an app that you can see straight from your phone. Your child will have plenty of daily curriculum, enrichment activities, outdoor time, food and nap time, as well as the added benefit of having my daughter there for socialization. I'm flexible to all sorts of need and schedules, lets chat!
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Reviewed by Kelly V. 5/5 stars
CC is one of those wonderful human beings that are so rare in this life. She is caring, compassionate, responsible and a wonderful mother. She has an amazing bond with her wonderful little girl and I think anyone that hires her to care for their little ones would be lucky to have her. She loves all creatures, human and animal. She has a rare touch love with everyone and everything she comes in contact with. I would hire her and know, without a doubt, my little one would be cared for and nurtured.
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Leidy M.|Arlington, VA

$25-50/hr 9 yrs exp 32 yrs old

Experienced Babysitter/Nanny

Responds within a few hours
Hi Parents! I am a nanny/babysitter who loves kids and has experience with different ages from newborns till preteens. I worked as a teacher assistant in an institute and a daycare and also was a Red Cross volunteer. I know about CPR and first aid, I am good in math, algebra, physics, calculus and most of the subjects related to numbers, I was also a private tutor in my home country. I speak Spanish and I am willing to teach your kids some basic words if you agree, I also can understand and speak a little Portuguese. I own a very sweet cat so I am very comfortable around pets. I may also be available for one time babysitting jobs. Send me a message for availability. Experiences with children have made me appreciate the little things of life and have helped me to be a better person, I am really excited to know a little bit more about your family. PD: if it matters to you I'm legally allowed to work in the US and I'm fully vaccinated.
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Reviewed by Zoheb Z. 5/5 stars
Leidy is an excellent sitter! She is punctual, flexible, and a great communicator. We have a 4 month old son and a pretty shy dog and she is great with both of them. We appreciate everything she does to make us first time parents feel at ease when leaving our babies and pups at home. We will definitely look to have Leidy come watch our little ones whenever we need in the future, and would definitely recommend her to anyone looking for a responsible and dependable sitter for your kids. Thank you so much Leidy!

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Little Trooper Home Day Care

3623 Malibu Circle, Falls Church, VA

Starting at $12/hr

According to the United Nations publication on the Inequities in Early Childhood Development, the first 1,000 days of a child's life is the most important part of intellectual development. During this stage, a child absorbs information like a sponge. Experiences are stored in the brain to form a long-term memory that will be embedded in their personality. I treasure this information based on my personal experience. A cousin of mine when she was over a year old, did not say a word and barely responded to any form of communication. I noticed that her facial expression changed whenever she heard music. I sang to her everyday before she went to sleep. One day, as my aunt was singing the song I sing to her, she started singing. The rest is history.

This is a home day care limited to only 5 children. I focus on developing a child's sense perception by letting the child experience what he/she is learning. In this way a child not only learns faster but remembers effectively. I have tried this method with my other cousins as well and it was highly effective. They have grown to be academically outstanding. I have also volunteered in remote areas to prove my method and it has not failed me once. Experience is the best teacher indeed BUT sensory perception plays a big role in early childhood development. It is the bridge that develops a child's brain, hence, should be nourished. I assure you that your child will reach his/her highest potential with my guidance.

I encourage reading, playing, listening to music (melodic genres), constant communication (speaking to a child even if he/she is not capable of responding through speech yet), and story telling (voice inflection, facial reactions, body language, correlation of abstract and non-abstract objects, empathy, and self-awareness).

About Me:

I have a degree in Philosophy and a Master's in International Relations. I believe in one thing when it comes to children: Aside from genetic factors, a child is molded by the environment.

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Additional features and facilities are listed below.

In Home:
Play Area.
Bath and Toilet.
Sleeping Room.
Tables and Chairs.
Food (Varies With Age/Optional).
Music Player.

Picnic Area.



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