Definition of mother's helper in English:

mother's helper

Syllabification: moth·er's help·er

noun

A person who helps a mother, mainly by looking after her children.
More example sentences
  • If you have school age children who do not require so much intensive care, or if you work from home, you may want to consider taking on a mother's help or au pair.
  • If you are based at home and doing some of the childcare yourself then a mother's help or au pair is ideal for domestic help and childcare in one.
  • She then worked as a mother's help to a family in Somerset Avenue, Wilpshire, where her uncle was the gardener.

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