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    Less expensive nanny options could be a "mummy nanny" - often charge a little (sometimes a lot) less than a regular nanny . So often the nanny has 1 child as well so your child has a carer who is a mum - id still want a mummy nanny with experience and/or qualifications etc.

    Or a share nanny? With a friend or through something like gumtree get another mum who wants the same hours as you and share the costs of a nanny.

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