I have been working in the child care world for my entire professional career. I have experience working as a full time nanny to infant multiples, a daycare center attendant, babysitter, and volunteer mentor. During my years of in the child care industry, I have had experience working with all different age groups from newborn infants to middle school aged children. I have also been lucky enough to work with a newborn triplets and enjoyed being their nanny immensely.
Along with my years of child care experience, I also have a bachelor's degree in Psychology. I feel that this degree has been immensely helpful in my work in the child care realm.
Carol's childcare philosophy:
I believe that children need a warm and nurturing environment in order to grow and reach their full potential. While discipline is important, I feel that it can be conveyed in a way that lets the child know you care about them and their best interests.
GET TO KNOW
Will work for family that smokes:
Will work in the following state(s):
I have a CPR certificate or I will get certified:
Would like to bring her child to work:
PROVIDES THESE ADDITIONAL SERVICES:
Cook for the family
CAROL'S SKILLS AND INTERESTS:
Outdoor activities &
Play an instrument
Arts and crafts
HAS THE FOLLOWING QUALITIES:
Quiet and Reserved
Upbeat and Positive
WILL PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING IF REQUESTED:
HAS NEWBORN-INFANT-TODDLER EXPERIENCE WITH:
Experiences with newborn/infant/toddler:
Feeding, dressing, sleep
Has recent references for work with
newborn-2 year old:
Familiar with newborn/infant/toddler:
Tell us your experience working with newborns and infants. What did you find most
What did you find most rewarding?
My first nanny job was working with a family who had 4 month old triplets as well as one slightly older child. While I had worked with infants in a daycare and babysitting setting before this job provided me with so much training and invaluable experience. This experience was incredibly rewarding to me as I got to be a part of so many milestones in these young persons lives. I was honored to be there for the first time they crawled, walked, and spoke.