“They ask specifically how the sitters and nannies have been social distancing and who they have been interfacing with,” said Charlupski.
Parents are becoming a new kind of cautious about nannies, said Rachel Charlupski, founder and CEO of The Babysitting Company, which provides child-care services in NYC, the Hamptons and beyond.
After all, the daily routines of parents, children, spouses, partners, roommates, nannies, baby sitters and even pets have all been disrupted and now it’s about to happen again.
Most weekday mornings, Reuben Yonatan has breakfast with his wife and kids, walks into his home office and locks the door.
Yamiller “Yami” Castillo, a 21-year-old nanny from Sag Harbor, has also taken on virtual baby-sitting assignments, giving parents a period of time to focus on work, a relationship or anything else.