The misconception is that families need a nanny during summer months more than ever. Kids are out of school for vacation, meaning more time at home and more hours where supervision is needed. While the number of hours may expand from June to August, the responsibilities don’t. Read on to learn why having a nanny is as beneficial during the school year as the summer — if not more!
In our last post we discussed the difference between a nanny and a nanny housekeeper, two types of candidates we match families with here at our Vancouver nanny agency. This conversation raised an important question about another one of our candidates — the all-powerful household manager.
There are many reasons families choose to hire a nanny, and it is important to understand what your household needs before you start looking for a caretaker. Are you looking for someone to solely watch over your children? Or are you searching for an all doing multitasker that can care for the kids and whip up dinner, all while your dirty clothes are in the wash? To help you better understand the different nanny services Vancouver offers, and determine which type of help is the best for your family, we are breaking down the difference between a nanny and a housekeeper.