I find myself without a nanny and I am returning to work next Wednesday. I really could cry - in fact I have. I am just so daunted by the thought of yet more interviews, short lists and trial days all to be fitted into one short week. It really does seem to be a very fickle world - my lovely mothers' help had two sole charge jobs lined up and then cancelled at the last minute and this is the second nanny to change her mind for me. Is it always this hard?
agree with nannyl - i have 2 months notice in my contract - do very unlilely that a good nanny will be free and availble next week - unless a temp
def dont rush into finding a nanny, if possible I would ring agencies and hire a temp nanny for a month to give you some breathing space while you hubt for the perfect nanny - yes more exspensive - but not in the long run iykwim
Thanks for your messages of support and advice. I have got onto the local agency and they have come up with some possible temps. It will all be ok I am sure. I am not in London which is probably part of my problem!