Spring Child Home Safety Checklist for Household Staff

With spring in the air and the kids tired of being stuck indoors, they will want to spend more time outdoors playing, riding bikes, and enjoying the pool and other outdoor activities. It is important to take the time to create a child home safety checklist and have your domestic household staff ensure they review…

By Tiffanie Kinder

5 Tips How to Help Kids with Separation Anxiety

When parents think about separation anxiety in kids, they might think about the first day of school. While this is a time when most children can feel anxious and unsure, it is just one event in their formative years that could trigger separation anxiety. Right now, with the COVID-19 pandemic and schools closed, your kids…

By Tiffanie Kinder

How an In-Home Nanny Can Keep Kids Busy During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for parents and nannies alike. With kids spending all their time at home, it is easy for them to start to get bored quickly, even with things they normally enjoying doing. There is a limit to how long streaming shows will keep them entertained. Eventually, they will become…

By Tiffanie Kinder

Rainy Day Activities to Do with the Kids

When the weather turns too wet for outdoor play, keeping kids active and entertained can be a challenge. Here are a few great rainy day activities you and your nanny can enjoy with your kids. Solve a Jigsaw Puzzle A tried-and-true rainy-day activity, working on a puzzle together is a great way to keep kids…

By Tiffanie Kinder

Allowing Your Nanny to Prepare for Your New Baby

Even for experienced parents, having a new baby always requires some adjustments to the way your home and family operate. Here’s how you can (and why you should) allow your nanny to be involved in preparing for your new family member. Communication Is Key Just as you share normal schedule details with your nanny, make…

By Tiffanie Kinder