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Monday, February 3, 2014

Seeking to help nanny find fulltime employment

1. Sabina 2. Contact Info: Sabina [dot] zabell [at], or call at 917-558-0957. Amanda, our nanny, is a ‘baby whisperer’. I am devastated that we cannot retain her, but because of changes in employment, I can no longer afford to pay for a full or part-time nanny. She has worked with us for over a year with our now 22 month old son. My son adores her and we often get comments about his ‘grandmother’; people mistake her for family because she cares for him so much. She is bilingual and has been teaching our son Spanish. She has also helped reinforce some sign language that we taught him early on. She is great with numbers, letters, colors and shapes – our son has been speaking since 7 months and knows all of the aforementioned very well. She takes him to the library for story time and crafts, as well as to local sing-alongs and other children’s events and classes. She has also developed relationships with other nannies and has set up play dates for my son when there are no classes and/or it’s too cold to go out. Our Nanny also previously worked with a child that had special needs and received PT and OT, and is very good with reinforcing recommended treatments. Amanda is allergic to cats, so a pet-free household is best. Feel free to contact me for a referral and/or reference at Sabina [dot] zabell [at], or call at 917-558-0957.

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