Since we have a nanny starting with us part time as I take on a new position as a special education director using my administration license, I had to get organized with schedules and the communication I expected from the person caring for our children on those days. There was a lot to take into account for three kiddos. Eva needs to get on and off the bus each day, three meals and two snacks have to be prepared, outfits need to be picked out, Cici needs to be nebbed twice daily, activities need to be chosen, and light cleaning needs to be done. Thank goodness for Care.com, because we were able to find many great candidates, plus back-ups (background checks were included as well). The interviewing process was fun (we created our own set of interview questions), and making a final decision was tough. Testing them out on date nights was a great way to ease into it as I begin training for the position and when I actually start my position. Here are the "nanny notes" I created for our nanny to fill out daily while she works for us. In the end, I am glad that I am able to explore a new position, while still being home three days during the work week and being able to bring Cici to preschool, Eva to and from school, and Beckham to baby story time.