Would you call yourself an active family? So many of our families are CEO’s, Doctors, Nurses, Business Owners, Go-Getters, and overall just the kind of parents you thought only existed on Pinterest. Yes? That’s you? You’re in good company.
Having a loyal and experienced assistant in the home can do wonders for your family.
We realize that the modern family (especially with little in the picture) have a lot to juggle. And, so many of us nowadays live far from family (or even if we’re geographically close, they are living the same hectic lives we are and can’t always help out). With all of this responsibility on our hands, how do we deal when there’s a new baby, less sleep, more work, more laundry, more errands and even less time?
Household managers, nannies (day and night) and newborn care specialists can literally give you extra helping hands (and a sympathetic, listening ear).
So what do they all do and can I afford this? (You may be asking yourself). Yes. Yes you can. We have service levels for nearly every budget, and you can also just schedule help for when you need it. Need a couple weeks of daytime newborn care to help with laundry, holding the baby while you finish that work project, or go grocery shopping? We are here for you. Our maternally inclined nannies are only chosen based on experience, education and personality. Our family support specialists are constantly praised for knowing what you might need before you even think of it, becoming almost like a mother to you and to your little one(s).
Our family support services are concierge-based which means they are customized to your needs and budget.
If you’re expecting now, it’s smart to try to find a family support professional as soon as you’re able to tackle the project. We make it easy with our personalized interviews to find out just what type of nanny or household support expert you might need for the challenges you are facing (or will be in the near future!).
Our sisterhood of professional postnatal support staff can help you with the basics like laundry, driving, errands, breastfeeding support, and a friend to share your thoughts with.