||The first five years of a child’s life are the most important, according to many scientific studies.
||One-on-one interaction is needed to adapt to your child’s learning style and personality.
||Nanny and parents work together to build a foundation and structure in the home.
||There is more flexibility in your child’s natural schedule vs. a forced structure and routine at preschools.
||A variety of activities, such as swimming, Gymboree, gymnastics, trips to various parks, all meaning more trips in the great outdoors.
||Built in flexibility for your nanny to work more hours for date night or weekends, or even to travel with you.
||A little help around the house. Most nannies will care for all things related to your child, and that includes, laundry, light cooking, tidying and sanitizing the toys, and much, much more. The upshot is that your time is freed up to be with your child when you’re at home.
||If your child is sick, she stays home with the nanny so you won’t miss any work time.
||You build a strong relationship with the primary person caring for your child.
||Your child forms a strong bond with one person.