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Christmas present for our nanny

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Swippy Fri 08-Dec-17 00:11:41

What would be a good gift and roughly how much should we spend? Do people get a bonus?

JoJoSM2 Fri 08-Dec-17 15:48:21

I’m sure she’d be happy to get a bonus.

In terms of a good present - what are her hobbies? Taste in stuff? If you’re stuck, just get her a gift card for a department store.

PowerPantsRule Fri 08-Dec-17 19:27:39

There are lots of threads on this if you search...I get mine something silly from the kids like a personalised bauble or make up bag and a bonus - usually of a week's pay but depends on how long she has been with us. I am not the norm though if I remember from old threads.

Mind you I can also recall a nanny getting a month's pay as a bonus on here!

Loverunandwine Fri 08-Dec-17 19:29:21

We gave a scarf from the children and £500, her gross salary is £2700 (4 days)

Callaird Sun 10-Dec-17 16:17:08

I’ve had a months salary, gross.
I’ve had a cuddly teddy!
I’ve had a weeks salary, gross.
I’ve had a new camera (love photography)
I’ve had a huge mans coat (do not feel the cold (still wearing a cardigan))
I’ve had a kitchenaid mixer (my favourite!)
MB and I share a love of a certain designers handbags, I’ve had two of those.
I’ve had a bunch of flowers.

I’ve always had a present from the children too. Something they have chosen them selves (with a little prod in the right direction from MB)

Something they know I would like is appreciated. A little thought. Something I wouldn’t buy myself. The monitory value doesn’t matter, something special is more important.

(However, I’d never turn down a bundle of cash!!)

wizzywig Sun 10-Dec-17 16:18:52

Wow some nice gifts!!

Swippy Mon 11-Dec-17 19:57:40

Thanks for the replies sorry I now see it’s a question that’s been done before! Actually she’s quite young and trendy. My kids are quite young but I may help them make a card and then a gift card for ASOS or somewhere? Maybe a bonus and some
Little bits too... thanks for the ideas I feel
Like I was quite tight last year now

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