Rainy Day Activities April

April showers may bring May flowers, but also stir crazy children. This is no problem for a creative and organized super nanny. Just because it’s raining, it doesn’t mean you have stay cooped up indoors all day. A rainy day is an opportunity, never a problem!

Toronto and Vancouver Nanny Spotlight

From March 15th – April 30th, any nanny placed in Vancouver or Toronto (short term, part time or full time) will be entitled to a special offer: Placement fees are 10% of the Nanny’s salary (minimums in place – $3000 for full time, $2000 for part time and $1000 for short term). Please note that all our full time placements will include payroll services for 12 months for one nanny.

5 Spring Break Staycation Activities

Spring break is around the corner for the many children who attend school and one thing’s for sure: you’re going to want to have some fun activities in mind to keep the kids entertained while they are home. While some families have already purchased tickets and are preparing for their exciting vacations far away during spring break, families who are staying home need to think about planning their family Staycation to break up the monotony of an otherwise boring and eventless school break.

Here’s a list of ideas to get you started on your way to a wonderful, fun-packed Staycation this spring break with the children:

Spanish Nanny from Costa Rica

Nannies on Call welcomed Jessica to our team of extraordinary nannies in November and she certainly puts the ‘extra’ into ‘ordinary’! Originally from San Jose, Costa Rica, Jessica immigrated to Canada with her family in 1988. Bilingual in English and Spanish, Jessica has followed her passion for working with children since 2000 and has over 10 years experience working with newborns to school aged children. She is a nanny who will go that extra mile; she loves nothing more than getting involved with children – teaching them Spanish, taking them on outings and doing arts and crafts with them. Past families say their children “adored her” and “She has the ‘it’ factor!”