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September 4, 2020

5 things you can do to cope with COVID Back to School and Bad Behavior Let’s face it, this is a stressful time for everyone. Unfortunately, when we’re stressed, our kids are stressed, and often that stress will show up as behavior that is less than lovable (more on that in a moment). With the […]

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August 26, 2020

Baby Proofing Your Home: Protect Your Baby and Your Home at the Same Time August 26th by Julia Weaver of Redfin Baby proofing your home is hardly a one-time event. As your child grows, so do potential hazards they’ll face and opportunities for your child to dirty and destroy your home that you just spent what felt […]

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August 19, 2020

IS IT SAFE FOR MY CHILD TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL? This is the question on every parent’s mind right now. And with so many varying opinions flooding the internet, it has become a challenge for parents to listen to their own inner voice: What is best for my child? Is it safe for my […]

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July 21, 2020

A safe and affordable solution for your in-home childcare needs Do you no longer have in-home childcare set up since the suspension of visas for Au Pairs last month? Consider hiring a Nanny Share with a fellow friend or neighbor in your community! What is a Nanny Share, you ask? Typically, nanny shares consist of […]

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April 3, 2020

Image via Unsplash How to Entertain the Kids When They Are Tired of Being Inside By contributor: Carrie Spencer Finding entertaining indoor activities for your youngsters can be challenging, especially if you want those activities to be beneficial. We did some digging for activities that are both fun and worthwhile so your kids are not […]

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March 25, 2020

Guest Blog Post by Jessica Rockowitz (jessicarockowitz.com) Hi, beautiful friends. I recently did a Facebook Live about sudden homeschooling and home education amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. As promised, here are a list of homeschooling resources for COVID-19 quarantine to help you navigate this crazy time. First, I have a ton of great resources on my Amazon […]

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March 24, 2020

We have been inundated the past two weeks with this very question from clients across the country: Can my nanny still come to work? And similarly from nannies, Am I still able to go to work? For a brief moment in time, the answer seemed to rely heavily on one’s own personal preference and comfort […]

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February 24, 2020

Guest Blog Post: Kimberly Didrikson of Learning Motherhood HOW TO INSURE BOTH PARENTS ARE INVOLVED IN THE CHILDCARE DECISIONS AND COMMUNICATION Kimberly Didrikson In the early stages of motherhood, it is easy to find yourself caught up in wanting to do everything perfectly and on your own. Obviously this is unrealistic but it’s almost like […]

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September 4, 2019

Looking for some fun ideas to enjoy this Fall with your littles? We’ve put together this fall activity list for you guys to enjoy all season long! Visit a Pumpkin Patch! A Fall favorite is frequenting the pumpkin patch! Consider these tips before embarking on your next visit: Don’t go alone! Why reserve all the […]

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August 2, 2019

By: Jada Rashawn Back-to-School season is officially in session and I’m excited to share with you my top five tips for making this transition from Summer fun to School schedule in an effort to help kick things off to a great start! Note: While these tips are geared towards nannies, parents can greatly benefit from […]

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