Don’t know how to have those awkward conversations about COVID-19, holidays or politics? Need help figuring out what to say? This article covers it, step-by-step.
School Readiness – How to prepare toddlers for preschool I love my kids – the kids I nanny. Even though I’m not their parent, I still form a close, loving bond with them. Parents and nannies start to love and get attached to who their kids are right now. You never know who your kids …
Taxes are stressful. They seem overwhelming and confusing when you’re just starting out, looking at piles of invoices and receipts. On top of that, there is so much conflicting information about what is and isn’t legal. They are just so confusing!
But, all that being said, once you start to get your hands dirty, dive in, and learn just a little bit everything will start to come together.
Many nannies struggle with discipline.
How do you discipline the kids as the nanny?
How do you discipline children of different age groups?
What if you don’t feel confident enforcing discipline?
Should you discipline kids while the parents are around?
How can we set up an effective disciplinary system?
Together, Shada & I discussed what nannies need to know about discipline.
Today we interview Miss Angela Johnson, aka @ask.the.nanny! She is a bona fide and certified Newborn Care Specialist (NCS).
She’s been in the nanny industry for several years specializing in newborn care. This woman is a WEALTH of knowledge and has skills to pay the bills! But even with all that, she decided to get some additional training to become officially certified as an NCS.
We talk about what being an NCS actually is, including:
What are NCS services?
Does an NCS need to be certified?
What is the schedule like?
What is in the contract?
We also discuss the benefits of having a professional certification!