“Wah, I never knew there were so few confinement nannies in Singapore.”
As if going through pregnancy and childbirth wasn’t tiring enough, this became a new worry for many parents during this unprecedented crisis.
Given that there is a possibility of me becoming a mother in the future, I started wondering.
With this ongoing demand in Singapore…
Is it possible for me to become a confinement nanny too?
Yes, a role which is stereotypically for motherly figures in their 50s or 60s.
But why hasn’t a 27-year-old thought about it?
It could be a prelude to mummy duties… or for me to decide whether I even want kids in the future.
I also can learn some baby caring techniques, and maybe even… have it as a side hustle?
I saw how confinement nannies could earn about $25 per hour on a part-time basis.