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Blessed Nannies candidates are recruited for their strong backgrounds in child development/education/child care, their commitment to providing quality childcare, and their enthusiasm for working closely with families.
Blessed Nannies provides nannies, mother’s helpers and in home childcare placement services and maintains a large database of screened candidates to fit every household. Give us a call and we would be happy to let you know how we can help. Our clients include private families, high profile individuals and celebrities as well as businesses and corporations.

What to Know

Many People think that a Nanny and a Babysitter is one and the same thing. The reality is that they are different, and it is very important to understand the difference before committing oneself into hiring one. The difference might not seem huge, but without understanding these differences, one might end up dissatisfied with the service simply because they hired the wrong services. Small as the deference might appear, it might affect the outcome of your expectations if you choose wrongly.

Baby Sitter

A Babysitter is mostly someone who takes care of a Child or Children on behalf of Parents or Guardians. Contrary to popular belief, a Babysitter takes care of children of all ages and not only toddlers as many may think. Babysitters are mostly hired on Part-Time basis, though an arrangement can be made to redefine their role as per the hiring family’s needs. They might be used to fill in when the parents or guardians have other schedules to attend which might mean working only on selected days per week.


A Nanny is somewhat an advanced level from a Babysitter. They are totally responsible for every aspect of the child’s well-being and development. A Nanny takes full responsibility of schedules in a child’s life ranging from activities aimed at mental and physical wellness of the child to diets and emotional growth of the Child. Due to these responsibilities, Nannies are mostly considered part of the family and in some cases they are even considered co-parents due to their parent-like responsibilities.