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February 15, 2019

Infant Sign Language

The stage that all babies go thru, the lack of ability to communicate with words, can be one of frustration. Not knowing what the baby wants can lead to a bumpy time for caregivers and parents. This usually happens between 8 months and 2 years old. One way to ease the feeling of frustration can […]

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January 21, 2019

Starting the Year off  More Organized

A common new year’s resolution is to be more organized around the home. Here are a few ideas to start the year off right! Tired of clutter, toys, shoes and clothes all over the place? Invest in a few baskets that can live on your staircase. Each person in the family can have one and […]

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December 15, 2018

Choosing Toys for Babies and Toddlers

It happens a lot at the holidays- you pick out the hottest, most difficult to find toy and wrap it carefully. Once the child opens it, they play with the box more than the toy! Children often want toys that are loud, expensive and tied to the newest or most popular television show. But those […]

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November 20, 2018

What is Sensory Processing for Children?

Children are in a constant state of taking in stimuli. Their brains are working very hard to figure out and sort thru information from their 7 senses. You probably already know about the basic 5- sight, sound, taste, touch and smell. But did you know there are 2 others that are equally important. Vesticular Sense […]

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October 22, 2018

Classes for infants! Benefits, please?

Available these days, there are a whole host of classes for infants and toddlers but are those classes really beneficial to your little one? Well, there is little hard evidence but let’s investigate. Music Class for Infants Music classes, like the ones offered by Making Music, really makes a difference. This study found that babies […]

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September 15, 2018

A Peaceful Home With a Toddler

As your baby grows into a toddler, you may find that it is time to start practicing setting limits and helping your child regulate his emotions and behavior. At this age, there are many developmental reasons that your little one will dump food on the floor or swat at you when frustrated. But it is […]

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July 15, 2018

How to Choose the Right Books for Kids

Summer time is time for playgrounds and beaches – but what about reading? Summer reading and leisure trips to the library. Local libraries have summer reading programs for free- even if your little ones are too young to do the reading themselves. And if you can’t get to the library? Try reading programs at Barnes […]

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June 15, 2018

Thinking About Kids and Nutrition – What Kids Eat

Picky Eaters We are always concerned with kids and nutrition. Whether it’s first foods, picky eaters or just what to give hungry little ones- there is lots of information out there. Here are a few tips we love.  Most experts agree that forcing kids to try certain foods only increases the emotional battle, exactly what […]

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May 15, 2018

Baby’s Brain

First Three Years….. In the first three years of life, more than a million neural connections are made each second in your child’s brain. These connections do not just affect cognitive abilities like reading and math, but also affect their relationships, social skills and our emotional health as adults. The brain also goes thru a […]

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April 23, 2018

Getting Kids out the Door

Anyone with a small child knows how hard it is to get young children out the door. Unless you are headed to the ice cream parlor, you have to have a plan or your three year old’s need to put on his own shoes will eat away any chance that you can stop for coffee […]

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Events

PNN Get Together – Dinner and Meet the Author! – December 13 at 7pm

Come hear from one of our Elite Nannies, Arlene Wray, author and book publisher of Snorkkel Whalengton.  We are raffling off 3 signed copies! Let’s treat ourselves!  We’ve worked hard all year, and let’s enjoy hearing Arlene’s story, meet other nannies and enjoy a Mexican feast! Besito Mexican Restaurant 105 Coulter Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003 December 13 […]

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National Nanny Appreciation Week September 24-30

National Nanny Appreciation Week was created by a group of dedicated industry leaders and nannies, and 20 years later, it continues to live strong in the hearts and minds of nannies across the country, and internationally.  We love our nannies and want them to know how critically important they are to parents who must work […]

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Nannypalooza in Philadelphia

November 2-3, 2018 – Learn with other nannies…and have a ton of fun!

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