No matter how long you have been a nanny, how many children you have cared for, how much education or experience you have or what your level of expertise is, in our profession, there is one undeniable truth that none of us can avoid. Nanny jobs end. Children grow up, parents’ needs change, and no matter how efficient you are, there comes a time when a family has to face the harsh reality that they simply don’t need your help anymore. When this happens, it is usually painful for both parties. It can cause a lot of hurt feelings, especially if you don’t prepare for it. Even though it feels personal and it often feels like rejection, it is simply a natural process of life.