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Taking care of a child is a full-time job, but even stay-at-home parents can benefit from having extra childcare help from a professional. Many parents choose to either hire a nanny or send their child to daycare. But which of these options is best, and how do you decide which one is the right choice for your family?
Sometimes parents just need a break because let’s face it, raising a tiny human all by yourself is a lot of hard work! Fortunately, there are various types of childcare professionals who can come to your rescue and provide you with some much-needed relief so you can spend time with your partner,
When Victoria called on Thursday evening she sounded distraught. She was compelled to continue working even though the father of her little charge had been diagnosed with Covid-19; the virus had just been categorized as a global pandemic and its unfamiliar nature filled her heart with fear.
Your bags are packed! You make it to the airport on time, safely land at your destination only to get stopped at Customs and discover that the domestic staff you brought to accompany you on your trip is not allowed to enter the country and you’re unsure why. For more information on how to avoid a similar situation on your travels,
A Governess is a professional caregiver who knows everything that a nanny knows – but more. Their position in the household typically entails a more comprehensive focus on education and a few non-educational components as necessary. Traditionally, Governesses have been around since the 19th century, tasked with teaching “the three R’s”: reading,
With the many joys that summer brings, one major and important task is how to keep the kids busy, happy, and safe when school is out. Hiring a Summer Nanny has become a popular go-to for parents in need of a one-on-one, more hands-on childcare option for the summer season.
It is hard to ignore that in this age of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, social media not just helps us stay connected, but also defines every aspect of our daily existence. We feel compelled to put our innermost thoughts on our social media page, post pictures that we would not have shown even to our closest friends before or engage in arguments with complete strangers for everyone to view.
I am sure most of you will agree that being a New Yorker is a very special treat indeed. With the emergence of other megalopolises all over the world, New York City still remains the capital of the world, a melting pot of cultures,
Accidents can be avoided and summer is the season for accidents. Preventing them is no secret: Accidents are caused by haste, fatigue, and distraction. So guess what? When families’ days are over-stuffed with activities, we are courting problems. Nowadays our culture seems to have an increasing aversion to unstructured time.
There are several types of childcare options available for Parents these days. Whether you are a soon-to-be parent, a new parent or an existing parent, we hope you will find this information beneficial and helpful the next time you evaluate your childcare needs. In this post, we are going to explore Nanny and Babynurse (Newborn Care Specialists) solutions.
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