A U.K. family wants their nanny to pretend to be a Disney princess at all times, and we have questions
Nannying is a tough gig. You’re often under-appreciated, underpaid, and childcare is plain exhausting. So can you imagine doing it dressed as a full-on Disney princess. That’s what one U.K.-based family is hoping for. In a recent post to a British childcare job board, a family in Brookmans Park wrote that they’re seeking a part-time nanny to care for their 5-year-old twin girls after school. And while the job description involves standard tasks like cooking dinner and putting the kids to bed, the parents also ask that their employee dress like a different Disney princess each month.
And while we’re not sure how we feel about this, the job does comes with perks. The employers are offering £40,000 (about $53,000) a year for four days of work a week. The job also comes with 25 paid vacation days and the “statutory sick day allocation” in the U.K. Applicants for the job should have “a real creative flair and passion for all things Disney,” as well as a good driving record, a first-aid certification, and prior experience.
What are your thoughts on this one?