Nannies Need to Know About SIDS

Nannies Need to Know About SIDS

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – Progress But No Cure – Yet Nannies need to stay current on SIDS. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is defined as the unexplained death of a sleeping infant under the age of 12 months. According to the MAYO clinic, “Infants are...
AAP Sleep Guidelines

AAP Sleep Guidelines

For the first time since 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated their sleep guidelines for infants. According to the AAP: “Each year in the United States, approximately 3500 infants die of sleep-related infant deaths, including sudden infant death...
Help Children Succeed in a New School

Help Children Succeed in a New School

by Gwen Payne Moving to a new place can present a host of obstacles for the entire family. One of the biggest challenges will be helping your child adjust to a new school in a new place. According to Psychology Today, children can experience a lot of mixed emotions...
Beat the Indoor Blahs

Beat the Indoor Blahs

Great Ways for Nannies and Parents to Get Kids to Exercise and Beat the Indoor Blahs by Gwen Payne of The Invisible Moms Did you know that when kids spend more time indoors than outdoors, their ability to learn and to thrive suffers? Essentially, when kids spend too...
New Baby and a New Business

New Baby and a New Business

According to world health specialists, there are approximately 385,000 babies born daily. Since new parents tend to be younger, there’s an overlap with those who are building a new business from home. Handling both tasks at the same time can be an extreme...
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