I really don't think I can say enough amazing things about our Mo-Mo! Interviewing and selecting a nanny is one of the scariest things I have ever done! I'm laid back, but my postpartum wasn't, and in general have random severe anxiety. This was a big deal, and I can't tell you how easy Morgan made things. She was entirely professional but in a warm way. Open dialogue and direct communication is one of her biggest strengths. She even sort of helped me figure out what I needed from her!
I mean, I could go on and on about how fun and loving she is with my son! Most people seeking a nanny job probably have this part of the gig covered. But, to be thorough, she is aware of normal child things, respectful of our rules, fully engaged, rarely on her phone, skilled in child care, safe, (I mean the girl replaced a new great car with an even better new one - once she realized she was going to stick to nannying for a while.) She takes him on an adventure most days, does not stick him in front of the TV. They sing, dance, laugh all day!
But additionally, she rocks our world around the house! She loves organizing, and the house is always tidy when we come home! She did so great as a part timer that it made it really easy for me to eventually return to full-time. Who wouldn't want to come home to a well-fed, tired from play, happy, child and tidy home? She really is the jackpot! I'm mad at you for being able to hire her bc that means she's leaving me (which she is bc of a move). Heck, she even wrote half the advertisement for my current listing that replaces her!
She is a safe person to me. Not just in the traditional sense. But, in a we-can-be-as-we-are! I know she loves us and wants to help in any way she can! That's how we feel about her too. I'm crying as I write this. She is family! She will be so good to you. I promise.
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