Thanks for posting Devin. I have heard your question quite a bit.
Obviously the expecting family will need to increase the rate they pay the nanny. You shouldn’t have to. Nanny share rate is typically about two thirds the single family rate.
I find it easy to agree on single family rate and work backwards….
So if single family rate is $15 per hour for one child, then it might be $18 per hour for two children. Family with one child would pay a share rate of $10 per hour (two thirds). Family with two children would pay a share rate of $12 per hour (two thirds).
Or something like that. It is all about compromise and negotiation. Hope this helps!