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Having a baby, what should you bring to the hospital?

Having a baby, what should you bring to the hospital? Congratulations on adding a new member to your family soon. As new mothers, we always want to be very prepared especially when you’re having a baby. Adding a new member to the family can sometimes be overwhelming with what needs to be done before theContinue reading “Having a baby, what should you bring to the hospital?”

How to set your Nanny up for success.

How to Set Up Your Nanny for Success  You just hired a nanny to be a part of your family and are looking forward to having the support you need around the house and with the children. After establishing the written contract and pay services, there are many steps to assure your nanny is set up for success.  Introducing the Nanny Continue reading “How to set your Nanny up for success.”

Why nannying is considered a great career

WHY NANNYING IS CONSIDERED A GREAT CAREER? by Risa Ontiveros Have you ever wondered if you are on the right “career path”? What is even considered a good career? The definition of a career is simply an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person’s life. People seldom consider a nanny as a careerContinue reading “Why nannying is considered a great career”


TIPS TO BEING A GREAT BABYSITTER Babysitting is a great way to get more experience caring for children, and to make extra money. Plus, working as a babysitter offers you a chance to get your “foot in the door.” When you’re a trustworthy and hardworking babysitter, you can work your way up to becoming aContinue reading “TIPS TO BE A GREAT BABYSITTER.”


Before the coronavirus pandemic, around half the families in the United States reported having trouble finding child care. Post-pandemic? That number jumped to nearly two-thirds of families because of business restrictions, school closures, and stay-at-home orders.  There’s no doubt about it: the nanny industry has changed in the wake of the pandemic. Our team atContinue reading “Covid-19”