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Linda L

$170 per Day
Accepting Job

Female, 59 years old

Linda L

59 years old

Female

$170 per Day
Accepting Job
Location
Harris County, Texas, United States
Experience (Years)
8 (Taken Care of 5 kids / 0 seniors)
Fluently spoken language(s)
Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Cantonese
Responsibilities
Child Care
Nanny, Daycare Teacher
Domestic Care
Cook, Cleaner, Housekeeper
  • Child Care
  • Senior Care
  • Domestic Care
  • Family Assist
  • Learning
  • Nanny
  • Sitter
  • Postpartum Nanny
  • Daycare Teacher
  • Companion Caregiver
  • Patient Caregiver
  • Cook
  • Cleaner
  • Transportation
  • Housekeeper
  • Personal Assistant
  • Language Tutor
  • Art/Music/Science
  • Health/Wellness
  • Has Driver License
  • Has Car
  • Comfortable With Pets
Reviews (2)
  • I had her help me 3x. 2x on Monday while I was working and 1x on a Saturday. I did not feel like she could manage two kids on her own and I had to help out. Based on the time I spent with her, I'd be willing to pay her 15-17/hr work. I would prefer better childcare and less nagging. Maybe with more time, she would have gotten more adjusted, I just did not enjoy the time I had her there and felt like she was overpaid for the level of engagement she provided. My thoughts on Linda Ayi: She is very willing to help, learn, has experience with infant care, to cook and tidy up. Very affectionate the first time meeting them and very confident in her skills. She is more old school child care where she will coddle toddler and is proud to be doing everything for the kids. She has her moments of sweet moments with the kids, but not consistent and found myself not wanting to spend too much time with her. Downside: Not enough energy for an infant, let alone a toddler and infant. The below downsides are just preference: I think with communication with her she might change? I have a different preference in care taking styles. -Inconsistent engagement - she would engage/sing/talk/read if I was present or close by, but sometimes would sit in silence and not do anything (other nannies would multi task and tidy up/do something productive). She does not play on her phone in front of the kids, which is a good but also an expectation. -She is more old school child care where she will coddle a toddler and is proud to be doing everything for the kids. Nags a little, which I did not enjoy. -Sometimes she likes to give her assumptions and opinions over a crying baby to prove she knows what the baby wants instead of taking action to help soothe the baby. -Managing crying toddler/baby - she would raise her voice over crying and repeat don't cry. I would prefer calm/comfort to identify what the issue is to help toddler/baby to emotionally regulate.
    2024-05-20 18:32:04
  • We hired Linda as a live-in nanny a few months ago and she has been a huge help. She takes great care of our two sons (1yo and 5yo), cooks at least one meal for the whole family everyday and does a great job keeping our house clean. She takes instruction really well and the kids have really taken to her. We only have good things to say. The only reason we have to let her go is because my parents are coming for Christmas and plan to stay for an extended period of time. They will help with the children and we just won’t need her services for awhile. The kids will be sad to see her go. If you have any questions。
    2020-03-16 22:01:01
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