Are you the type of parent or carer who is genuinely terrified of going out in public because you just KNOW one of your little ones will act out? Here ‘Nanny Hannah’ have some helpful tips to keep even the most energetic engaged within the family unit. Colouring books […]
Well this year was ‘Nanny Hannah’s first child care expo and we learnt a lot today! If you are a nanny with ‘Nanny Hannah’ then please feel free to ask for literature about home care and what it involves. We also have available to us some fantastic catalogs filled with […]
The term ‘nanny’, ‘babysitter’ and ‘childminder all have VERY different meanings. Most people don’t realise that these sectors have different responsibilities and duties and mean different things to the carer. If you refer a nanny or childminder as a ‘babysitter’ it may cause offense as a childminder and nanny do […]
Tablet ownership has more than doubled in the past few years – and as many parents are finding, children are highly proficient at using them. But are these devices harmful to their development? Or do they encourage ‘technological intelligence’? Since their launch, tablets have become increasingly popular in preschool and […]
In these hot summer days it is vitally important that we keep our Little Ones creamed up and covered up. If our children are left outside without any protection from the sun’s rays they could be at risk of skin disease. Although you may have a Little One who is […]
During these hot summer days it’s really important to keep your Little Ones hydrated, here’s some helpful tips: Encourage your children to eat foods that have high amounts of water, for example: pears, cucumbers, lettuces, tomatoes, watermelons and grapes. Rather than just pouring water into cups and glasses, get […]
If you are a Nanny in the West Midlands and you want to meet with other nannies for play dates or tips then visit: http://www.meetup.com/Nanny-networking/ this is a group where you can organise events to do with childcare and do professional networking! Don’t be shy, come along!