Game of Observation

As a nanny fun does not have to cost money. This a great game that can be played anywhere, costs nothing and can be played with little preparation. It helps to develop children’s observation skills and their ability to recall information. The children will never know you have created a teachable moment.

Nanny of the Month Pla!!!!

Originally from Thailand, Pla started her Nanny career when she moved to Atlanta Georgia in 2007 to work as an Au pair. After spending 2 years working for a great family, Pla decided to make the move to Vancouver. Since being here for over 6 years, we have had the pleasure of placing her with… Read more »

Vancouver Nannies Available!

Addison is a very confident and impressive nanny! Having just graduated at the University of Ontario with her Child and Youth Work Advanced Diploma, she has a wide range of age experience from 6 months and up (including twins!). Having worked as a full time and part time nanny, preschool teacher assistant, daycare worker, regular babysitter and children’s skating instructor, Addison’s passion for children is apparent.

Nannyversary!

Theodora P.  – 5 years Theodora joined us in 2011 and has been a gem ever since, with families requesting her over and over again. She has worked with over 300 families and has completed 1210 bookings! Always enthusiastic, energetic and dedicated to her work with children!! Theodora has many families singing her praises and… Read more »

The Snow is Here.. now what?

While snow can mean shoveling, treacherous driving and figuring out childcare for parents, for children, it can be fun, fun, fun! Here are some fun outdoor activities in the snow! Tobogganing / sledding / tubing Building a snow fort Going snowshoeing Building a snowman Maple Syrup Taffy (see instructions below) Making snow angels Skiing /… Read more »

Your Kid ­Friendly Workout Playlist

Fitting in your daily fix of physical activity when you have kids is definitely a challenge. But making it fun both you and your little ones is one way to combine fitness and family time. That’s  something to look forward to! Now all you need is some kid ­friendly (read: clean lyrics) tunes to  get everyone pumped and moving. Here’s your playlist… 1. Avicii ­ Wake Me up 2. will.i.am ­ I Like To Move It 3. Charli XCX ­ Red Balloon 4. A*Teens ­ Mamma Mia 5. Shawn Mendes ­ Something Big 6. Jackson 5 ­ I Want You Back 7. PSY ­ Gangnam Style 8. Pharrell Williams ­ Happy 9. Zendaya and Bella Thorne ­ Contagious Love 10. Glee Cast ­ You’re The One That I Want Shortcut: Load up these ready ­made Spotify playlists! Pop For Kids Kids Workout  

Budgets and Compensation Packages

When you first start the search for the perfect nanny for your family, most of you have sat down to do a budget up, right? You would be surprised at how many don’t

The first thing you should do when making the decision about childcare for your family is sit down and decide what you can afford. Many people do not realize that there are many different things to consider. If you hire part time it is typically an hourly rate but if you hire full time, you have the choice of salary or hourly. It doesn’t end there…