Leaving your child with a new nanny can be stressful – but it doesn’t need to be! Here are 5 tips to reduce the tears for both you and your child.
Be careful walking into The Hatley Store: their original brand of cute is seriously hard to resist. The adorable 100% cotton designs found in the small, but welcoming boutique on Yonge (a little ways North of Eglinton) are primarily geared towards bedtime, but it’s hard not to miss the rain gear which you’ll also find yourself wishing came in your size. Oh, wait – it does! Careful, like I said, slippery slope. Clothing ranges from 3 months to seven years with tons of animal patterns your kids will love – and is even available in matching adult/child sleeper sets.
Pistachio is the eco-friendly consumer’s one-stop shop. The beautiful modern store welcomes you in with unique ideas for gifts, skincare, housewares, books, clothes, stationary – and for the eagle-eyed family shopper, this one’s a keeper: baby products they have.
Check out our amazing review in Sweetspot.ca (thank you Haley Overland!)
The atmosphere at Patachou is both chic and welcoming; un vrai petit cafe Francais! Which is welcome if you’ve been missing wonderful chocolate croissant from Montreal (like the ones at the patisserie from the train station? Right. I’m fussy.) It’s tricky to find quality French bakeries like Patachou in Toronto – they do exist, but you have to search diligently. And eat. You know, in the name of purity. I’d go on at length, but I think Erwin M, Matthew S., & Kat F. have said everything you need to know croissant-wise!
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As a household employer you are responsible for paying and withholding your nanny’s taxes.