Find a Nanny Now!

Enter your zip code and find the perfect nanny in your area!


Access our complete database of nannies, families and other resources.

Resources

tips for nanniesVisit our Resource Center for a wealth of information for both Families and Nannies.

Testimonials

I wanted to write to say, "Thank You"!!! Your site has been a Godsend and I believe we have found an almost perfect match, if not a perfect match:) Your site has been so fantastic. I love that privacy is protected, that we can log on and read, reread any communication and we can keep notes. Your sample interview questions, reference questions and sample contract have also been immensely helpful. I am so blessed to have found this site and am very blessed to have found someone so compatible with our family and our needs. Again, we are most grateful!!! Thank you!!!


Pete & Julie,Goffstown, NH

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.