gulsemin nanny Gender:Female Age:36 Preferred Wage ($/Wk): 700 - 800+ Ref ID:83726
|5 years Nanny||4 years Babysitting|
|Can care for|
|Early Morning (6a-9a)|
|Late Morning (9a-12p)|
|Early Afternoon (12p-3p)|
|Late Afternoon (3p-6p)|
|Early Evening (6p-9p)|
|Late Evening (9-12)|
Position Duration:No Preference
Would prefer to:Live-out Preferred States:NJ, NY
My past childcare experience: From the time I was a child, I have been aiding in raising children. My own sisters have been given my personal art lessons as well as my practical skills, such as teaching patience, creativity, and respect. While I was studying at Rutgers and Kean, I was a nanny to thefamily from June of 2004 until June of 2006. I was at the beck and call of the new mother, raising her newborn son. I was with the family until they left for Turkey in 2006, in which time they relocated. This is when I dabbled in eldercare. The Duyar family moved back in late 2006, and then I returned to their aid. They only needed me part-time, which allowed my to further my education. By word-of-mouth, the Duyar family suggested me to a friend of theirs who was pregnant at the time and wanted a wet nurse who could stay with them throughout their son's childhood. I was at the baby's side 24 hours a day, which helped me to bond with him and the family. Since it was her first child, I helped to instruct her on infant care and went with her to the many important doctor's visits. When the mother started to work from home, I assisted her in childcare duties. I have been with that family until 2 months ago, when they moved to London for business opportunities. The hardest part about leaving this job was that I did not just leave an employer, but what felt like my own family. I was like a second mother to Yusuf, and we still keep in touch, with regular Skype conversations and telephone calls. In the time when Yusuf's mother did not need me around the clock, the called me when they learned they were pregnant with their second child. In 2008, I helped with infant care, which became my specialty, and then was there for them when their mother needed Girl's Nights Out and the likes. With now 2 children, and one in school, I did homework help and had special time each day set aside for artistic activities. With art being my first profession and passion, I taught the children the basics of watercolor, oil painting, clay, and sketching. Being boys who only wanted to be active, I entertained them with cooking with a twist. We made tradtional baked goods in a creative manner that kept their attention while teaching them practical kitchen skills. I seek to give children fine motor skills by encouraging activities such as kneading dough, decorating cookies, building sand castles, etc. I love to travel, and am willing to bring children on day trips in the area to help them appreciate the outdoors and the arts around us. I believe that camping is a great family activity that teaches children important skills and gives them an adventure while learning.
Additional Comments: Please contact me for a face to face interview, so that we may get acquainted better.