Weekend Child Care in Centreville

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Erica H.|Centreville, VA

$20-25/hr 10 yrs exp 49 yrs old

Full-Time Nanny (Experienced Mother Of Three)

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I am a 48 years old and have over 20 plus years of experience caring for children of all ages! I am CPR certified and hold a certificate as a newborn care specialist. Currently I am looking for a full time position Monday thru Friday only that requires at least 40 hours of work per week. Passion, honesty, dedication, and punctuality are some of the qualities that I possess and feel are very important as a child care professional. I genuinely love caring for children as it is very rewarding to be a part of a child's development process and also because everyday is a new learning experience. I would love to bring my professionalism, passion, and dedication to you and your family as your newest child care provider! I am confident that you will find me to be an outstanding fit for your family's childcare needs. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience to arrange an interview. Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you soon! Sincerely, Erica
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Reviewed by Sarah T. 5/5 stars
As a new mom, I really didn't know what to expect going back to work after maternity leave with my daughter. After I met Erica, I knew my daughter was going to be in excellent hands. (I also learned quickly that I was in good hands with her, as well.) Her experience, care and counsel has made all the difference in this new chapter of becoming a family of 3!
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Marina C.|Centreville, VA

$15-20/hr 10 yrs exp 45 yrs old

Responsible, Loving, Hispanic Nanny

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Hello! My name is Marina. I am a mother of two kids and I have been a nanny for 10 years. I love playing outside with the children. I have a lot of patience with little ones that most people can't handle. I enjoy taking the children to the park. And when I take care of children I tend to teach them some Spanish since they have the ability to learn to languages better than adults can. This a note from my employer. On behalf of our beloved nanny, Marina, we are writing an advertisement to help find the perfect placement for her. After 7 years of employment, our two boys, ages 8 and 10 no longer need full-time daycare. She has become like a family member to us over the years. Marina came to my family in April of 2008 when our boys were 1 and 3. Very good friends of ours were seeking daycare for their 1-year-old son, so we decided to seek a nanny-share. For the first three years Marina watched our friend's child 5 days per week and my two on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. In 2011 we transitioned to using Marina full-time as my eldest transitioned to kindergarten, our friend's son, sister was born, and we added a fifth child from the neighborhood, to our mix. Marina taught our children Spanish, taught social nuances of manners, sharing, courtesy, gratitude and respect for others. She weaned them from bottles to big-kid cups and even potty trained each one. She never forgot to bring them a present for their birthdays and Christmas. They welcome her with hugs and kisses and seek her for comfort when hurt. Together they frequent parks, have picnics, take hikes and swim at the pool. When school is in homework is completed before play, playrooms are tidy and dishes put away. They go on scooter and bike rides and have a wonderful time. The TV is almost never on unless the kids need quiet time and watch a movie for a treat. We will miss Marina dearly once she is gone and feel compelled to make sure she finds a good fit with a family, or families, that will appreciate all the love she will bring to your home. Her last day is September 4, 2015. Please contact Marina to discuss further employment opportunities and don't hesitate to contact me for a reference.
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