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Although a nanny works in a very informal setting, it’s important to remember that she is still a childcare professional, and performance goals should be an expected and regular part of the job. Here are a few ways these goals serve the nanny, the parents and the child.

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The trampoline is a backyard fixture for many American families; however, their popularity doesn’t mean that they’re completely safe. For parents that are considering giving in to the begging, pleading and bargaining from their kids by getting them a trampoline, here are a few things to think about.

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Tackling tough subjects like cancer with a child is one of the hardest parts of being a parent. How do you explain something that you’re having difficulty coming to grips with yourself? When it comes time to talk about cancer with your children, especially if the disease strikes your own home and family, you need all of the support and resources you can muster. That’s where this next list of books comes in.

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We all know one of those people that are impossible to buy gifts for because they buy what they want, when they want it. You have the option of giving them a gift that they may or may not want, buying them a gift card that they may or may not use, or giving them an alternative gift.

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Many parents introduce their children to a new language at an early age, and for good reason. Not only is learning a new language easier for young children, doing so can help boost academic performance later on.

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Autism is a developmental disorder that first becomes apparent in early childhood and will affect every aspect of a child’s development.

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When you hire a nanny, especially for the first time, it’s natural to have lofty ambitions of securing a private childcare provider that’s part Mary Poppins and part adopted member of the family.

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Hating your parents taste in music seems to be a rite of passage these days, and is something that probably started back when Elvis came along and introduced rock and roll. Parents weren’t fans of his swiveling hips and new style of music, and thought that rock and roll would corrupt their kids.

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For many parents, bedtime is a time of stress and strife. Many kids simply won’t give in to the Sandman when it comes time to end the day and crawl into bed. Their reasons range from fear of the dark to fear of missing out on some exciting late-night adventure that they’re sure will begin just as soon as they drift off to slumberland.

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While working as a nanny may seem like child’s play, there is a business side to nannying that cannot be overlooked. Like with any other job opportunity, when considering employment as a nanny it’s vital to assess job risks and liabilities.

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Perhaps it’s your turn to host your family’s annual Christmas brunch, or maybe you’re interested in starting a new holiday tradition with your own family and friends. Maybe you’ve always wanted to host a holiday brunch, but haven’t been confident that you could pull it off. Well now there are no more excuses.

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Even the most dedicated de-clutterers have a box or a container stashed somewhere that’s housing mementos and keepsakes from their children’s early years that they aren’t yet ready to part with. While some may keep more than others, there are a few items that are universally kept instead of discarded.

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Even the most dedicated de-clutterers have a box or a container stashed somewhere that’s housing mementos and keepsakes from their children’s early years that they aren’t yet ready to part with. While some may keep more than others, there are a few items that are universally kept instead of discarded.

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Few things are as nerve-wracking as realizing that you’re lost, whether you’re in a completely unfamiliar city or simply a neighborhood in your hometown that you don’t know very well. It wasn’t so long ago that you’d be left to fend for yourself, asking strangers for directions until you found .................

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Kids typically love to give their parents gifts, but they often lack the money needed to buy them, and it can seem silly to spend mom and dad’s money to buy them a gift. Instead of buying a gift, there are many things that kids can make for their parents to give them.

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Hating your parents taste in music seems to be a rite of passage these days, and is something that probably started back when Elvis came along and introduced rock and roll. Parents weren’t fans of his swiveling hips and new style of music, and thought that rock and roll would corrupt their kids.

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There are a lot of things that cause people to have bad breath. Usually, brushing your teeth and tongue will get rid of annoying bad breath, but sometimes there can be something more serious causing the problem. How do you tell if there is a problem with your child’s breath?

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Family vacations are a time of excitement, entertainment and making memories with the ones that you love the most. The technological advancements of modern life are making it easier with every passing year to streamline and simplify many of the things we do, from accomplishing everyday tasks to navigating around a foreign city, allowing us to make the most of each moment as it happens.

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Working as a nanny can be a stressful job, as nannies often work in isolation, take on tasks far outside the typical job description, and struggle to maintain a healthy nanny/family relationship. Burnout is common, and is harmful to both the nanny and the family she works for.

10 Ways to Prevent Nanny Burnout | eNannySource

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A nanny share can be a great childcare choice for families who can’t afford a nanny on their own if you’re able to find the right family to share with. But what should you look for in a family? Here are some questions to guide you through the process of choosing the right family to begin a nanny share with.

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Do you hate it when your kids are constantly coming home with spots on their clothes, or worse, when the clothes come out of the dryer with stains? If either of those scenarios sounds familiar, there are some things that you can do to take care of the drips and spills before they set in and become stains.

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Online nanny job sites have become a popular way for nannies to find jobs and for parents to find nannies. While most of the people on those job sites are legitimately searching for an employment arrangement, there’s always the chance, no matter how slight, that a predator has slipped through the cracks and found his way into the family pool. You can protect yourself from these people by taking the following simple precautionary steps during your next nanny job search.

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If you have teenagers, then you know that there are a lot of ups and downs with raising them. They are pushing the boundaries and getting ready to leave the nest. They are often rebellious and will fight with you and their siblings over the silliest of things. But in a time when you think that your teenagers should be getting closer, why do they still have such big fights? Check out 10 common reasons why teen siblings fight.

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Few words strike fear in a parent’s heart like “fire.” There are many different ways for children to inadvertently start or be injured in a fire, and the potential for destruction is so great that the mere mention of fire can set off a panic among parents. Here are 10 of the most common dangers of fire in relation to children.

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Online nanny jobs sites are an inexpensive and effective way to find a nanny, and both nannies and nanny employers alike are utilizing them more frequently these days. Here are 10 tips that will help make your online search more successful.

10 Tips for Parents Hiring a Nanny Online

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