I wanted to hear from others what are some responsibilities you have your nanny do for your child and home. When we hired our nanny our goal was for her to provide safe care to our child and help develop her cognitive skills. She's been with my daughter almost for a year, (since she was 1 years old). In the begining we didn't really find any fault with her, no issues with feeding or care. Now that my daughter is older, my daughter wants more attention and time to help her learn day to day toddler skills and play. I've asked my nanny to read to her and play games to help her learn colors and animals and songs, help her eat on her own, using a fork and spoon, and potty train her. Nothing too crazy. Recently my daughter has been petrified of eating, so I wanted to see maybe something happened while I wasn't home with the nanny so I watched the drop cam. I noticed that my nanny kind of force feeds my baby instead of showing her how to use utensils and is constantly on her phone either talking to her family or watching movies on my iPad, while my daughter is awake. Is this common? I wanted to see if I am overreacting. I know I probably should have watched the dropcam daily to see how they interact but I trusted her and thought everything was fine. But now that I am seeing this I am very upset that I am basically paying for her to come over and be on her phone. What do your nannies do? Do they interact with your child the entire time while they are awake, or are you guys ok with them being on their phones?