Looking for work as a nanny.
- 2 years paid experience
- Age 29
- Nanny in San Pedro, CA 90731
- Comfortable with pets
Hello parents...I’m currently looking for work ,I have little experience babysitting children as an actual profession,but I have two kids of my own and also a special needs sister that I’ve been caring for since the day she was born...I am a professional line cook,I have ran my own kitchen multiple times,meals and cleaning would be no problem at all,I even have a serve safe certification...I’ve also recently helped a friend with her son for about 12 months while she worked late nights...her son was allergic to dairy and I learned to meet his needs no problem and I actually really enjoyed the time we spent together and watched it as it progressed from his being so shy with me to loving me unconditionally!my girls are almost 11 and my youngest is 7...I’m a very experienced mother and normal sitter hopefully you guys will take me into consideration I love Read more taking care of kids and I love to cook and make there Tummy's happy!
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