I just logged back in, TY everyone for the replies. To clarify she will absolutely NOT be a baby nurse. I had a baby nurse after my last bec I dont get an official maternity leave with my business, I needed my sleep so that I was able to recover and get back to it. Now I need something longer term.
To the people saying dont involve her in the business, I want to clarify - my business is at home ( think, a clothing business where the shelves need to be restocked at the end of the day or a pastry business where the dishes need to be done... you get the idea)
I dont plan to use an agency. I know someone with twins who has gone thru a lot of women and now she trains and takes a one time fee for long term help. I paid 65$ a week last time. I rather pay a one time flat fee...
I really appreciate everyone weighing in..