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As the school year ends, kids begin to look forward to the fun and games of summer. Playing in the sprinklers, socializing with friends, and playing at the neighborhood park…
Why is that baby wearing a helmet?
You may be walking in a mall or visiting a local park and see a child wearing a helmet. As a parent or nanny, you may wonder why and when…
What is Overparenting?
There is an overwhelming amount of information and advice on parenting. Each family is unique, and each parent has their own approach which is often comprised of bits from different…
What Should Nannies Know About Formula?
A big decision new moms must make for their little one’s nutrition is breast milk or formula. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, with…
Teaching Children Cyber Security
In today’s world, children are exposed to technology and the internet from a young age. Today’s technology allows us to connect with others in ways that were only imagined a…
Caring for Multiples
With multiples and siblings, larger families often employ parent helpers and nannies for pre-school aged children as well as to help with after school care, overnights and weekends. Surrounding themselves…
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