Renee has been with our agency since April and has quickly become a favourite with the families she works with. With a BA in Intercultural Studies, and volunteering abroad with children on mission internships, Renee is a true angel. Renee has experience with special needs and children of all ages.
You cannot go wrong when you bring the family to Whistler’s The Core. The mantra on their website boasts: Climbing. Fitness. Strength. And, this is what they provide to everyone who walks in their doors.
The indoor playground offers a different kind of fun for children who are three years of age and older, rain, snow or shine. In addition to the playground are a bunch of books and a chalkboard…but this is only the beginning
Now that the temperatures have dropped drastically and the weather outside is no longer accommodating for outdoor play, it’s time to discover some indoor fun. Don’t fret – we’ve got some great ideas to keep children busy, and even inspire them to use their creative skills, when the weather outside is frightful.
If you have kids between the range of 2 and 15 years old, you will want to take them to Orkidz Art Studio to challenge their creative juices. It’s a nurturing environment where children are encouraged to develop and expand their creative abilities and, no matter what they create – unlike schoolwork and homework – they are never “wrong”.
Many parents have no idea that there are foods – or ingredients – that are dangerous for their baby. Babies that are under one year old are at risk of Infant Botulism, caused by the bacteria called Clostridium botulinum. If they are fed certain foods or ingredients that contain these spores, they can get food poisoning and possibly die.
Nannies: if you’re looking for some awesome resources to help you advance your nanny career, we have the ultimate list for you. Whether you are looking for professional advice, ideas to do with children, or to expand your knowledge about children in general, you will want to check out some of these books!
Toronto, November 3rd, 2010 – Still looking for your very own SuperNanny? Hold onto your hat, Mary Poppins: Nannies on Call announced a new milestone for their Toronto office today. Extraordinary Nannies – previously only booked for the company’s on call babysitting service – will now be available via Nannies on Call Placements for full-time, live-out positions across the GTA.
Leigh Mitchell – a panelist at next week’s Blissdom Canada Conference in Toronto – is the passionate blogger and marketing consultant behind online business community Mom Entrepreneur’s Network.
Nannies on Call featured in The Province – Minding Your Own Business.
Paging Mary Poppins. As More sitter services pop up at hotels and in well-visited cities, parents are taking advantage (and taking a break).