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    Oh thank you! I forgot about nanny agencies.

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    I work unstable hours, and have a nanny. My hours p/f don't change though but the days do though I can elect now trained to not work certain days for family reasons.
    I would look at nannying of f/t child care in the short term if the job could lead to permanent set hours (short term loss for long term gain).
    Good luck, it's not easy!!

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    I'd recommend you put your bub into care the days you know you will get work ie thurs/fri and then get a nanny for the other days as needed.

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