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Guest blog by Nicole Butler | Board Certified Speech Pathologist & Founder and Director of Speech Within Reach Specifically for children birth to 3 years of age. These suggestions are for everyone around the child including parents, nannies, grandparents, etc. 1.) WAIT & LISTEN -Give the little one YOUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION. Get face to face by […]

How to Celebrate Your Nanny During National Nanny Recognition Week

Did you know that it is officially National Nanny Recognition Week, September 21-27 2014? The last week in September is a week to celebrate your nanny and all the hard work, love, care + compassion she provides for your family. While you might feel stumped as to how you can actually utilize this week as a […]

Speech Tips from Founder of Little Buggy Speech & Language Therapy

Let’s be honest, you don’t want to be the adult with the screaming child in the grocery store. We’ve all been there—the shaking heads, the sounds of disapproval, and the staring, rolling, stabbing eyes of each passerby. While other shoppers flee the scene, you’re frustrated and hoping that maybe just one kind person will give […]

Trendy Mommy-Daughter Dates for Mother’s Day

There is truly nothing quite like spending quality time with your child. Here are some suggestions for mommy-daughter bonding around Los Angeles this Mother’s Day. Nannies and babysitters: as a thoughtful treat for your employer this Mo-Day, it might be fun to print out this list or to create your own suggestions! Moms and dads, […]

Attention Los Angeles Candidates: Join The Nanny Doctor Team!

Are you passionate about the nanny world? Are you social media savvy? Looking for extra income? We want to hear from you! The Nanny Doctor Consulting Services is looking to hire an excellent Los Angeles based candidate to assist with social media, blogs and clerical duties. Duties include, but may not be limited to: Writing […]

Creating a Monday Holiday Plan

Has this ever happened to you? You skim through the calendar late Sunday afternoon and you suddenly remember, “Tomorrow is a holiday!?!” For most people in the working world, this is cause for celebration. Hurray! A long weekend! But, for the rest of us in the parenting or childcare world, if we do not have […]