My name is Sinay Paradas, I am 25 years old, I was born and raised in Venezuela, my native language is Spanish and I am fluent in English as well. By speaking two languages, I can give children contact with another culture so that they grow up learning to respect and value others. I have three older siblings, two sisters and one brother, I am the youngest of all, I come from a small city where I studied all my studies from college to university, studied law, and obtained a Law degree. In the last two years of my career I got a job as an assistant teacher in a bilingual daycare, in which I was with children from 1 to 3 years, I worked there for two years.
In 2016, when I arrived in the United States, I worked for a year and a half in Dallas, Texas with a 3-month-old baby until he was 18 months old. In mid-2018 I decided to move to New York and worked for one year with a baby (6 months) until he was 16 months old when the family had to move to Canada. From the end of October until now I have been working with a baby who was 4 months old when I started. They just moved to Long Island. In the last three jobs I had similar responsibilities: I prepared the milk bottles, I cooked for the babies when they started eating solids (I love the kitchen), I cooked for the entire family, took the babies to her music or gym classes, organized play dates, did her laundry, arranged her rooms, and kept the houses clean.
What I like most about babies is that they teach you how quickly time passes and that every second counts; every day they learn something new, so it is very important to motivate them, stimulate them in their initial stage, and learn to value each step they give.