Having a hard time finding this answer on the internet so thought I'd try my Elpha fam.
I'm a founder, pregnant FTM, WFH with a partner who's also a founder and is WFH. My company's in a super critical place right now (great for the company but shitty timing for me) so I'm not in a place where I can just stop working and take a full maternity leave (not looking for advice or comments on not taking maternity leave). Long story short, we're looking to hire an infant nanny pretty much right away.
What I'm trying to figure out is -- what should we expect out of them and how should we best use that resource? I know babies sleep a ton, especially in the early months, and I know that some nannies do housework, cook, run errands, etc. that's more about taking care of the family than exclusively childcare. But as a FTM, I'm just not sure what I should expect from a nanny and how to best utilize our time with them. If you're a founder, you know the work never really ends, and obviously the nanny's there for a limited number of hours per day, so if you've been in a similar place and hired a nanny (esp. an infant nanny) how did you best use that time?