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Summertime puts us poolside, and with trips to the lake and the beach on the horizon, it’s time to evaluate the safety measures parents are taking for their kids around […]
Have you ever wondered what are some ways to help your nanny children learn to read? Don’t know where to begin? Over at The Measured Mom has some great ideas […]
This article originally appeared March 2010. Spring Cleaning Checklist by Kristen Kanoski Spring is officially here! Your house and surroundings need some spring cleaning as well! Here is a great […]
Sleep is an elusive goal for anyone who is caring for a newborn. Between around-the-clock feedings, diaper changes, visitors and housework, sleep can seem like a mirage in the desert. […]
There may come a time in your nanny career when you are faced with the opportunity to work in a home with a work at home parent (“WAHP” for short). […]
Congratulations! There’s a new baby in the house. By now, you’ve probably made all the necessary adjustments to the interior of your home. But, there’s another important thing you […]
Many parents and nannies have children in their lives who are anxious to read or begin reading. But over at The Measured Mom, shares 5 things children need to know […]
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Have you heard of the Magic Coat Trick? IF not you should head over to the Car Seat Lady’s Facebook page and read about it. Nannies are those ones a […]
How to Create a Reading-Friendly Space for Kids Former president of Stanford University, Ray L. Wilbur said, “The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in […]