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A guide to your pregnancy expenses

Confinement nanny

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Confinement nannies are lifesavers for new mummies who don’t have much help once they are discharged from the hospital. Their job is to help you feed, bathe and care for your baby, will also cooking you special confinement dishes so that you can strengthen up. A stay-in nanny will set you back from $2200 to $2600 for a 28-day period.

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