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…
Why Top Nannies Use Baby Sign Language
When an infant is too young to speak, it can be hard to know exactly what the little one wants. While it takes time for language to develop, children can…
Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?
Parents and caregivers play a major role in preparing their child for kindergarten. But what qualifies a child as kindergarten ready? There is no easy answer as there are many…
Are Nannies Childcare Providers or Early Childhood Educators?
As the childcare industry evolves, there is a debate amongst parents and nannies about the different roles in childcare. Some families seek childcare to keep the children safe, allowing the…
Teaching Children about Personal Space
It’s wonderful to see children who are comfortable with everyone and want to give everyone they meet a hug. While this is endearing, many people are uneasy having strange children…
Incorporating Academics into a Daily Schedule
Sometimes children are home for the week and have schoolwork that must be accomplished. This can be the result of various situations – from a contagious medical condition to a…
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