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We found a wonderful nanny in response to our advertisement on nannies4hire.com. The premier background check for her was very easy to use, with a rapid turnaround time. The sample contract and interview questions on your website, along with the resource center, were invaluable to us and to our new nanny, particularly insofar as tax calculations and expectations of a live-out nanny. We interviewed several candidates from the responses, and we hired Alison as the best candidate. She has been with us now for 4 weeks, and our kids love her. We are planning for her to be with us full time for at least 3 years, and we plan to support her as she begins courses to obtain her master's degree in education beginning next fall. Thank you, Nannies4Hire, for helping our dual working parent family find a loving, caring young woman who is responsible to help us with our two young sons as they grow and learn. I have been recommending Nannies4Hire to everyone I know who is looking for nannies or babysitters in the Atlanta area.


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Book List

100 tips for nanniesThe advice in this book comes from Candi Wingate, President of Nannies4hire.com.

The Nanny Factor bookThe latest book from Candi offers more valuable advice for nannies and families.

Got a Shy Kid? Here's How to Help Him Make Friends

The following article was published in iVillage.com and includes ideas from Candi Wingate.

Sign Up and Lend a Hand

Join and participate in a local organization as a family. Faith-based and community-focused groups -- art centers, museums, community gardens -- offer ample opportunity to connect with families in your community and can help expand your child's social network, says Candi Wingate, president of Nannies4Hire.

You can also create your own friendly, volunteer project to help your kids make friends. Daniel Rothner, founder of the Jewish service organization Areyvut, says service is a fun way to get to know each other.

Try these:

  • Plant a garden at a local nursing home.
  • Organize a park clean-up.
  • Sell lemonade and donate the proceeds to you favorite charity.