||[Jul. 7th, 2012|09:59 am]
The Question Club
So, the other day I interviewed for a nanny position. It went really well, and based on that, I'm really hopeful. The dad contacted me this morning and wants me to meet the little girls (ages 4 and 6). Normally, I'd bring (parent-approved) sweets or little toy things to kind of get the kids to warm up to me, but the littlest girl is very sick with cystic fibrosis and celiac disease, so I'm not comfortable bringing edibles when I'm not sure what her exact dietary restrictions are, and the girls' family is filthy rich so they have all the toys they'd need, I'd imagine.|
Is there anything else I can do to really go above and beyond and show an interest in the kids/have the kids think I'm like THE MOST AMAZING THING EVAR?
For reference, the oldest girl has an interest in dance and performing (I was a musical theatre major, so I can at least pursue that topic) and the four year old is just you typical four year old from what I've heard. Both girls love school, apparently.