Characteristics That Make a Good Nanny [Infographic]

For people who believe being a nanny isn’t a real job, here is a newsflash: Taking care of children is a full-time job that requires a lot of hard work, commitment and patience. In a way, nannies are the third parent, and as any stay-at-home mom will tell you, parenting is tough, and your responsibilities don’t end the minute the baby falls asleep.

Since nannies spend a lot of time taking care someone else’s children, it is vital that they are trustworthy and reliable. They also need to retain a sense of integrity and strong morals that can contribute to the healthy development of a child while teaching them important values and help them become more mindful individuals. 

See Also: What Communication Skills Are Important to a Daycare Director?

This infographic from Sleeping Angels Co, tells you everything you need to know about being a nanny. Whether you are interested in working at a daycare center or as a part-time babysitter; you need to be aware of the opportunities in the profession, its challenges, as well as the characteristics that will make you a successful nanny.

So, are you interested in becoming a nanny? What do you think is the biggest challenge in the profession? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below…




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