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Nanny share -- NE Seattle (Nov 2016)

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Might seem an odd forum to ask, but was hoping to team up with another family to do a nanny share... if other family are climbers, I figured it might transition well into logistics for getting some mellow rock time sorted out too.

 

The pertinent details:

 

  • Located in NE Seattle (Maple Leaf); small house but workable for nanny plus two blobs. Also willing to switch weeks etc.
  • Not sure about schedule: hoping to only do 4, possibly 3 days of day care a week.
  • Looking to start mid-November (due beginning August)
  • Immunizations a must

 

 

[img:left]http://www.supertopo.com/photos/8/31/204642_26145_L.jpg[/img]

 

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We've hired nannies through care.com. Sittercity is another good spot. Services like Annies Nannies are $$$.

You might post on Craigslist and see what comes back.

Oh, and you might not want that image on your profile for services, though it is cute.

Good luck!

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Cool thanks Rad - I'll check out those sites too. We've had a few other parents we've been talking to, but it just occurred to me that if we shared some outdoorsy-ness, it'd be easier to coordinate a day at the crag together too or whatever.

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That picture is pretty awesome. Nothing like a J-tree midget toss to get the blood flowing.

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though it's probably assumed it wasn't mine, I should say, it's a Patagonia ad from... 80s? flipped through their book they put out of catalog photography... worth a borrow from the library!

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