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To Have A Confinement Nanny Or Not?

[fa icon="calendar"] Oct 6, 2017 4:22:05 PM / by Nadiah Rafhanah

A confinement nanny is someone you would definitely want to have by your side during your confinement period. After giving birth, your mind and body will be exhausted and you will need the rest to fully recover. Having someone with years of experience and knowledge about confinement and the best ways to handle, feed, and take care of your child is exactly what you need during this period.

Not sure if you should get a confinement nanny? Read more about how a confinement nanny Is the pillar you need during your confinement period.

Michelle went through a smooth confinement month with a nanny by her side. “Having someone with experience helped me a lot because I needed to rest and I was still learning the ropes,” she said.

"I was considering the costs, which made me question, 'To have a confinement nanny or not?'"

If you are a price conscious mother like Michelle, don’t fret. The help you get and things you learn is worth every penny you pay. “CaregiverAsia was supportive of my financial needs and was able to adapt to my requests,” the first time mom said with relief.

Even if you’re already a mother, you might still want help from a confinement nanny. In fact, having a confinement nanny is even more helpful because you need the rest, and having more than one child to take care of will be exhausting.

Are you welcoming a little one and need an extra pair of hands to help you during your confinement month? Click below to book or call us at 6258 6683!

Book a Confinement Nanny Today!

A mother of three realized how helpful having a confinement nanny around her when she hired one for her third child. Audrey explained that confinement nannies not only help with the house chores, but they also give mothers emotional support. “I always thought that I didn’t need one, but she was actually quite helpful. I learned more about how to take care of my baby,” she commented.

“I have three kids to take care of now. So having a confinement nanny to help out helped me ease into it.”

Confinement nannies are not the only option. If you are an experienced mother and just need the extra hand so, you can always hire part-time nannies as well.

Related articles that you might like:

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What Type of Confinement Month Mommy Are You? We Analyse the Options!

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Nadiah Rafhanah

Written by Nadiah Rafhanah

When she’s not watching every show on Netflix or interning at CaregiverAsia, Nadiah enjoys taking photos of people and sceneries. She finds joy in doing things spontaenously and turning every day into a fun day.

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