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    I would go with the older! Our FDC lady is around 70 and she is fantastic, only downside is she may want to retire soon?...

    On another note, our neice came to do some au pair work for us and some friends, she was a disaster. She was bored and although had experience minding kids before she just wanted to party...

    Id be all for the older lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyNanny View Post
    I would have a trial day with each of them and then choose, I'm sure you'll know after spending a day with each of them
    This is a great idea!

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    or give each one a day. your bubba will get exposed to different sorts of care-giving and allow you the flexibility to chose in a few weeks which one suits you better.


 

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