Nannies for Twin Babies and Children
Nannies specialising in the care of twins, babies to school aged. Representing only the best professional nannies with twin experience throughout London and globally.
Our twin experience nannies are professionals. They understand the challenges and joys parents experience when twin babies are born into their family.
Twin babies nanny specialist consultant Elvira Tufariello is highly experienced in the placement of nannies with this skill set. Elvira represents only the most knowledgeable candidates.
"Little Ones twin experience nannies have an inherent understanding of what twins need from their caregivers – from birth to school. They understand the importance of establishing a routine early on and gentle methods to do so. They are nurturing and adore the challenge and rewards twins bring."
– Elvira Tufariello, Little Ones twins consultant
A Little Ones twins nanny has experience establishing routines, sleeping through the night, feeding multiples in a sole charge capacity, interaction with multiples, education and play.
Our twins nannies are available on a permanent and temporary basis – both in London and world-wide.
Our twin experience nannies hold the highest level of education and years of experience in childcare. We also take care to match the right candidate to your family’s ethos and individual requirements.
For information on our recruitment and vetting procedures, please visit Parents & Employers.
Speak personally with a twin's and multiples nanny professional
To meet our twin experience nannies simply contact Little Ones on 0207 580 3113.
Here’s what to expect from your twin experience nanny
Twin experience nannies work between 5 and 12 hours per day, 2 to five days per week.
A twins nanny may work a 24-hour shift or 5-6 day shifts for a higher salary.
Our twins nannies are qualified to care for children of any age, from newborn. Little Ones will only put forward nannies who have experience with children of your family’s age group .
- educational activities such as teaching a second language
- establishing routines and sleeping through the night
- arranging play-dates and social schedules
- ensuring children’s bedrooms are clean and tidy
- homework assistance
- washing and ironing the children’s clothes
- preparation of meals fo the children
- driving the children
- planning children’s extracurricular activities
- keeping the parents informed of developmental progress