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Annemarie Sansom


Hi, my name is Annemarie and I am the Client Services director for Night Nannies. I use this blog as a way to give you tips and idea's in all areas of childcare and development.

Posted 02 December 11

New Years eve Babysitter package

Get in quick to secure a professional and qualified Nanny for your event on New Years eve. Prices are currently between $30-35 per hour minimum of 5 hours and $33 booking fee.

Email us to make a booking:

Posted 02 December 11

School holiday Nanny

Sydney & Melbourne Babysitter package: $100 for 4hrs after 6pm if you mention this ad.

NSW Summer holiday Babysitter Packages Central Coast Babysitter packages 4 hours after 6pm = $84 South Coast Babysitter packages 4 hours after 6pm = $84

VIC Summer holiday Babysitter Packages Peninsula Babysitter Packages 4 hours after 6pm = $100

QLD Babysitter Summer holiday Packages Gold Coast Babysitter Packages 4 hours after 6pm = $100

Nanny for the School holidays? $22 per hour plus booking fee of $20 per day for a fully qualified and background checked Nanny.

Posted 02 December 11

Is your child sick and cannot attend Daycare? Book an emergency Nanny

If your child is ill and you are unable to stay at home because of your work committments we can provide a fully qualified and experienced Nanny with 1-2 hrs notice depending on your location by calling 0448430370 anytime.

Posted 02 December 11

Facts about Travelling with your Nanny

June 8, 2011 By lorabrawley

I always get lots of questions this time of year about traveling with a nanny. Here are the facts you need to know.

When a nanny travels with her employers on business and family trips, travel time begins when the nanny leaves the family’s home and ends when she returns to the family’s home.

The nanny’s travel schedule is determined by the family’s needs. It’s not uncommon for the nanny to be on call throughout the trip or work in flexible blocks of time throughout the day (e.g. from wake up until after breakfast, during nap time, from dinner through late night).

During trips, employers are responsible for all travel related costs including transportation, lodging, car rentals on location, meals, and any entertainment fees the nanny incurs while working. The nanny is responsible for any expenses incurred on her personal time. She should be given a meal allowance for meals off duty or be allowed to charge them to the family’s account. Sightseeing tours or nights out are personal excursions a nanny can choose to skip. Meals are a necessity and should be covered by the employer.

Many nannies require private sleeping quarters. That may be a bedroom in a two bedroom suite shared with the children or a hotel room shared with another nanny. The specifics are less important than making sure the nanny receives some downtime. Traveling with employers is often stressful for nannies and getting away to take a quick nap, watch some TV or catch up on Facebook can make all the difference.

And remember, even when traveling nannies must be paid for every hour worked and if she’s working a shorter than normal work week, she still receives her guaranteed weekly salary.

Posted 21 December 11

Sleep Guidance Specialist Training NSW

Night Nannies is hoping to run the popular Sleep Guidance Specialist training in Sydney in February. If you are interested in attending the full day workshop please email us to to let us know if youre interested.

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