You may view yourself as Mother of the Millennium, and you may, in fact, be worthy of such a dignified title. But would you be up to the challenge of working as a Hollywood nanny? The complexities of such a career might be more complicated than you think. Test yourself within these 10 imaginary scenarios, and see how you'd fare as a nanny in Tinseltown.
Celebrities always seem to be getting a bad reputation for having a nanny (or two or even three!) to take care of their kids while many "normal" moms struggle to find ways to keep the kids under watch while they go to work. However, it seems that the trend is reversing, and now celebrities are looking more to family members, usually their moms, for help with their little ones.
In-home care, in which your child's caretaker comes to your home, is in many ways the most convenient for parents. In-home sitters range from trained nannies, who may have training in child development and first aid, to women who, although not trained formally, have had many years' experience caring for children, including their own. Or you might opt for an au pair, a young person, usually a woman in her early twenties, often from abroad, who lives with your family.