Flying Nannies to the Rescue

California company offers services to parents flying with their children.
3:24 | 03/12/12

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Transcript for Flying Nannies to the Rescue
And world news now delivers your morning it's. Cannot pay hers got a coffee. -- -- today or -- out OK so important you have yet we have that that's for later years he -- that you have a ten month -- right correct and you have yet taken an airplane that's -- you'll find out -- taking your children on an airplane is where the -- on enjoyable experiences effort not just for the parents but for everybody around OK so I have two kids and I can attest that I think this next thing that you're -- hear about from the Huffington Post is Jesus called me any in the clouds. It's a company based in California basically would be nannies that have already booked a ticket to particular destinations they -- you -- find out. They basically can sign up -- off they will sign up to offer their services which can be anything from helping you get through security too deep cleaning. They are -- -- the family your paid a ten dollar fee up front and then you have to negotiate with the family. For the rape the duties and even rearranging seat assignments that I would just tell you and I think this is. A good idea for parents and maybe flying alone with four children see that happening sometimes and it's just a very. -- very stressful experience I think it's a -- -- but I think the -- it's going to be in the execution because you haven't flown to -- -- -- the point is is that you're gonna meet the -- at the terminal -- and what if that particular individual they might be great they might be qualified but what if they don't bond with their child -- the child doesn't really -- -- they -- -- They just need to help. Potentially so and so your four. I think it's or situations definitely. -- lucky someone scratched the -- -- to tell you about a story out didn't organs Columbia River gorge it's a beautiful -- officers out there say that -- lead footed driver was in such a hurry to make a court date that he actually racked up. 2000 dollars worth of speeding tickets. And just an hour well -- 34 year old Jose room Miro. Commitment as well loved Las Vegas, Nevada we're zooming west. Wednesday morning and got pulled over three times first that a 105 miles per hour. That an idea miles per hour finally had ninety miles per hour and I just have to say that he was going to court hearing for meth possession so apparently this individual allegedly I should say had a need for speed in more ways than. You know we have a need for brunch -- could -- -- he's just I think you were only like this is just trio OK going to. Do this every morning every morning we we like to eat if we get a case so there's there's a dash study or something out basically from the documents that says that brunch. It's actually. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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