For Moms

The Nanny Advisor says there is nothing more important than taking good care of our children.

Because the nanny-family relationship is so important to the well-being of our precious children, I want to share what twenty years of service as a nanny have taught me about how to find and keep the very best childcare. Whether you use an agency or conduct the search for childcare on your own, the process can be confusing and stressful.

The articles, tips and books on this website are crafted to be of service to families, to engage them in some fun self-discovery, to assist them in making the best choices about childcare and to provide practical, expert advice on how to sustain and nurture the nanny-family relationship. As a nanny, I can only work with one or two families at a time. Through this website, my books and workshops, I can share what I have learned with thousands of families.

Everything involving our children offers us an opportunity for self-discovery and growth that can be enlivening and rewarding. During my years of experience with many different types of families, I have identified some simple tools and methods that can help any family go through the process of finding the perfect childcare with ease and even enjoyment.

When you start with the best choice, it is more likely that you will have the kind of long term relationship with your childcare provider that gives the continuity children need. This helps create the stable foundation that is so important for the growth and learning of our young ones.

I offer this information with love and with gratitude for being of service to the most important people around….our children.


This is where it all begins. Your success at finding and keeping the perfect nanny is founded on your ability to be clear and honest about who you are as individuals and who you are as a family. Bringing a child into your life presents an unparalleled opportunity for self knowledge. The process of finding and keeping a great nanny in your life can be part of this.

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