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BUFF 014 | Lindsay Bell – Founder & President of Bell Family Company

Arriving from Ohio, Lindsay set out to make it happen in New York City and my goodness did she ever. Her uncanny ability to get out there and get involved in NYC, without knowing a soul led to her amazing growth. Ok, I also really appreciated and enjoyed learning how Mama Bell is a key resource for Lindsay in building out her family care business.

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Nanny Know-How: Maintaining a Good Relationship with Your Caregiver

Bell founded predecessor company Lucky Lil’ Darlings in 2009, and her company has since grown to include more than 500 extensively vetted caregivers and hundreds of happy families. As the company website explains, “Bell Family is a tight-knit, loyal network; members must be referred and pass through our screening process before joining.”

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How to Find a Babysitter in NYC

Childcare can be a challenging in NYC. You want the most trusty-worthy/reliable/experienced/energetic person that can take your kids to classes or to the park or to be able to make arts and crafts without blinking an eye. That person may exist but they are not always easy to find.

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Megan's Must Haves

Mommy Must: Lucky Lil’ Darlings

If you’re tired of babysitters who fall asleep before your kids do then you MUST contact Lucky Lil’ Darlings and score a Mary Frikkin Poppins thanks to Secure Sitter Screening … background checks, in person interviews and college grad applicants only.

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New York Post

Meet the super sitters

The attractive young woman is typical of New York City’s new breed of “super sitters” — bright young professionals who have first-aid training, a college degree and the word for diaper in four different languages.

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Lucky Lil' Darlings: Ga Ga or Gag?

Just give LLD's sitters some space and they'll set up a "pop-up child center" that will entertain kids for hours on end. Expecting babies at the party? They'll bring infant toys and seats. Have a few arts-and-crafts lovers? They'll set up a jewelry-making station.

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