When you think back to last summer, do you ever think “Gosh, I wish I had spent less time outside with the kids and more time inside, cleaning up the house?” A safe guess is no! It’s more likely that you wish you had been outside enjoying the feel of grass under your feet and the sun on your face; and most importantly the ear to ear grins and belly laughter of your kids, enjoying their summer days and nights.
The challenge is that a certain level of organization and house work is required to keep everyone clean, fed and happy, even during the lazy days of summer. The solution? Do a little upfront work to make the necessary housework as effective and efficient as possible. Specifically, decluttering your house will make cleanup a breeze so you can spend more time outside playing with the kids.
Here is your new mantra:
Close out School Year, Setup Summer Gear; Minimize Clutter, Maximize Summer!
Do not underestimate the build-up of “school stuff” over the last 9-10 months, nor the increased flow (i.e. more stuff) that comes with the end of the school year. Recognize that you and your family are transitioning from the school year to the summer period and be deliberate in reorganizing and decluttering:
Some final tips: Remember that school clutter is found EVERYWHERE! Check the car, the garage, and the kids rooms too! School Year build-up has probably permeated every corner of your world so make sure to give all of it some of your attention. You are not in this alone! Engage your kids in this process: it will be a fun way to close the year and teach them some valuable life lessons. Nanny, babysitters and housekeepers can be invaluable helpers as well!
Setup the Summer Gear
Now that you have all the School Gear out of the way, it is time to get the Summer Gear out! Summer clothes and shoes. Swim Suits, Towels, Bags, Games and Toys. You know what your family uses most in the summer. Pull it out, make sure it is ready to use and make it easy and accessible for everyone in the family.
A clutter-free house is an easy to clean house. Well… easier to clean is probably more like it! After you have the kids school year and summer gear sorted out, it is time to look inward!
The key with clutter is to ensure that everything has a home. You need a space to place everything that you have and if you don’t have the space, it’s time to look at what you don’t need.
Take a tour of your house and look for your biggest clutter danger areas. (TIP? The dining room table and accent chairs seem to take the brunt of it!) Do you keep months (or years!) of old magazines? Why not tear out articles you want to read later and recycle old issues? Do you drop your mail around the house before weeding out the junk? Does your office paperwork come home with you and then spread like a mould? Does your love of knick knacks make dusting a simple coffee table a long and arduous process? Look at what doesn’t work and fix it.
With a house that is organized and clutter free, you can keep your bouts of cleaning short and focused and maximize the fun you have with your kids outside. You can also maximize your fun by getting some help—whether to clean the house regularly or for special projects; a regular nanny or ad hoc babysitter. SOSitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.
What do Moms want most? Well, after a healthy and happy family, Moms most want to be reminded that they are loved and appreciated. And how best to tell and show them that? Is it going to the local card shop to pick out a card? That’s nice. But what is even better is a gift and card made with love, and thought and the hands of their own little ones.
Crafts are a great activity for nanny to do with the kids. And arts and crafts are that much more fun when there is a special purpose in mind. Here are five crafts nanny and the kids can do together to give to Mom and that Mom will really love and cherish:
Flowers are lovely but they also have a short life span once picked. Why not make flowers that will last a bit longer and that are crafted from your own hands! There are lots of materials that can be used for the petals – colourful pages from magazines, wrapping paper, construction paper or even paper decorated with messages for Mom with crayons. Make long strips and fold them over to create layered petals or cut them into heart shapes. Staple all the centers together and glue a cut-out circle or even a button in the middle. Green pipe cleaners make great stems. Finish the bouquet off by putting the flowers into a vase or wrapping them in some paper.
Moms always seem to have lots of papers stacking up. And there always seems to be lots of action around the house that can sometimes make those papers fly! Special paperweights, made just for Mom, can solve that problem and be a constant visual reminder of just how much her kids love her. Nanny can help find medium-sized, preferably smooth rocks in the yard. Alternatively, craft stores usually have good stones that can be used to make paper weights. Either glue colourful fabric to the stone or get the paints out and decorate away. Consider putting a “M” for Mom or message like “Love you!” on top.
Moms love cookies, Dads love cookies, nannies love cookies, kids love cookies… so make some cookies! But as this is a special occasion, make some special cookies. Heart-shaped is always extra special. And with some icing tubes, kids can put special messages just for Mom.
What Mom doesn’t love jewelry?! And a pasta shell necklace in the jewelry box will be valued by Mom as much as any costume or precious pieces it sits alongside. Nanny can help pick some pasta from the cupboard – penne is always a good choice but using several types can also add interesting variation. Paint the pasta with paints from the crafts drawer and let them dry on some newspaper. Then string the pasta together on a piece of sturdy string, and with nanny’s help, tie it off tightly. Remember to make the necklace long enough so it can go around Mom’s neck.
Mom’s love to save all the wonderful art their kids do at school and home but often find they are busy and lack the time to put it all together. Collect ten or fifteen favourite pieces of artwork and stack them together. If they vary in sizes, paste individual pieces on large construction paper so your scrapbook is all the same size. Consider making a piece especially “commissioned” for the scrapbook. Choose a different colour of paper to make a front and back cover. Nanny can help punch holes through the stack, and kids can tie it all together with some ribbon or string. You could also scan some art work and frame it for Mom.
And of course, you will want to make a homemade card! Nanny can help get the needed supplies together – construction or printing paper, crayons and markers, and stickers. But the most important part of the card is the heartfelt message telling Mom how much you love her!
And for all the Dad’s out there thinking about what they can give Mom to show how much you care – consider some help in the home. Maybe someone to help with clean the house on a weekly basis or to get and stay on top of the never-ending piles of laundry? If that sounds like a good idea, you are in the right place! SOSitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.
One of my favourite pictures from childhood is of my older sister at Easter, hunting eggs and me, her four-year old little sister, sitting next to the Easter basket with a chocolate-smeared face, eating what she had hunted! That is one way to make sure the big kids don’t get all the eggs in the annual hunt!
But what if the little ones want to run and hunt too? How can you make sure that both the big kids and the little kids get an equal share of fun in finding those coloured treasures? There are tons of great ideas to make this happen. Here are just a few ways to :
—Split your hunting area into different sections based on age ranges to allow kids of different hunting abilities to all get a fair shot at finding eggs. Mark off the sections with big colourful signs to show which group should hunt in which area.
—Use different sized eggs for different ages. Use the extra-large plastics eggs for the smallest in the group. Use normal sized plastic eggs for the kids in the middle range. Use the smaller chocolate eggs, covered in colourful foil, for the biggest kids; they will enjoy the extra challenge.
—Tie balloons on a long coloured ribbon to the eggs that are for the smaller children. Let the bigger kids know that those eggs where left by the Easter Bunny for their little brothers and sisters and so are off limits for them.
So the little kids and even the bigger kids are happy, but what about the really big kids? Yes – that is you – the adults! It is all about ! If you have sectioned off your hunt by age group, make a section specifically for the adults. Use plastic eggs and put adult treats inside – such as money or tokens for bigger prizes or raffle tickets for a drawing at the end of the hunt. And if you want to be a little racier – put small bottles of alcohol inside the very large plastic eggs. Oh Easter Bunny – you should not have! But everyone will be glad you did!
Now you that you have the best ways to celebrate Easter with kids of all ages, there is only one Easter challenge to address: easy egg dying that doesn’t involve trying to BLOW the yoke out (yuck!). There are many sites online that provide instructions on how to best blow out the yoke and even some . We suggest one very simple away to avoid this challenge; hard-boil your eggs before you . Hard-boiling eggs is not only less messy and avoids handling fragile, empty eggs but it is also a more sustainable as you can eat them after the hunt!
You are now all set for an awesome Easter: You have the eggs and you have organized the hunt. You are in good shape and can be proud. If you want to … get and plan some games. Our favorite idea is to set up an arts and crafts table and let everyone make . Once everyone has a bonnet, hold a parade to show off the results. You could even have a competition with fun awards for most colorful, most inventive, most usual… the sky is the limit!
And will the Easter Bunny leave something for Moms and Dads this year? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to find an egg with the secret to finding great help in the home hidden inside? Well here is Mom and Dad’s Easter Egg: SOSitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away. SOSitter.ca makes the “hunt” for your trusted home help easy. Happy Easter!
Spring is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it means warmer weather, getting out in the great outdoors, a breath of fresh air. On the other hand, it means it is time for the annual Spring Clean!
Here are twelve house cleaning hacks to save time and money this Spring Clean:
1. Vinegar – Did you know some vinegar on a paper towel will clear up cloudy glass in a jiff? And that is just one of the things you can do with vinegar.
2. Onions – Onions are great for cleaning grills and cheaper than wire bristle brushes. Just cut one in half and have at it!
3. Lemons – Use lemons in your fridge or food disposal to remove food odours. Again, only one of the many uses for lemons!
4. Throw plastic toys into the dishwasher for quick and easy sanitizing.
5. Clean your blinds with a sock. Moisten an old sock with a water and vinegar solution, slip that sock on your hand and get wiping.
6. Use the Coca-Cola from your fridge to clean your toilet. Seriously! The acidity of the Coke makes it an effective cleaning agent. It also works on lots of other things such as removing rust and loosening grease. And it does not have to be Coke – any fizzy drink will do, whether diet or regular. Just be sure not to use the most expensive cola you come across!
7. Dryer sheets are great at cleaning dashboards and providing a fresh clean scent.
8. Clean your microwave and your sponge at the same time. Microwaving a damp sponge will disinfect the sponge and loosen food and grime inside your micro.
9. Make your home smell wonderful by “baking” a cup of vanilla extract for an hour or so. Better yet, make some cookies. EVERYONE will appreciate that more!
10. Use dampened bread as a means to pick up little pieces of broken glass. Playdoh also works wonderfully for this. And for glitter. Because that stuff never goes anywhere otherwise! Even a vacuum cleaner can’t get to it.
11. Use your hairdryer to get water rings off your wood furniture: Set the hair dryer on medium heat and hold it two inches away from the stain. As you apply heat, use a cloth or napkin to buff away the mark. Continue wiping until the surface is blemish-free.
12. Take some vodka to bed! Mix some vodka (and some essential oils if you prefer) and lightly sprinkle your mattress and let dry before re-making. The alcohol works against odour-causing bacteria.
And a bonus – when you go to the market to buy cleaning suppliers, leave the shopping cart parked. Buying only what you can carry is a great way to keep you focused on the products that you really need.
These ideas have hopefully gotten you in the mood to get going with your Spring Clean. If not, a few more ideas:
Just do it! If you put it on your list and leave it there for weeks, it will be a monkey on your back. Just do it. Get it done. Leaving it on your list will waste your time and energy.
Make a list! Lists keep you focused. Lists break up the huge tasks into smaller bite-sized pieces. Lists give you the satisfaction of the “scratch off”.
Turn on the tunes! I like Madonna’s Immaculate Collection. Nothing better than dancing and singing while you clean.
If you are looking for some cleaning help in your home – whether spring cleaning or on-going cleaning – look no further than SOSsitter.ca . There are many resources in your local area. SOSsitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.
February is considered the month of love because Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14. It is a special day that most of us have marked in the calendar, just like other holidays such as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Hallmark and the other “suppliers of holiday cheer” gear up for this date, each year.
Hurrah for Valentine’s Day when couples celebrate and show their love for one another!
Hurrah for Mother’s and Father’s Days when families show their love for their parents!
But we also say:
Why have beautiful china plates and only use them once a year?
Or in other words, why wait for a future date to tell your loved ones just how much they are loved?
For the love of Family
Use your words! That is usually an expression used to encourage children to express their feelings of frustration or anger using words in place of an emotional or physical outburst. But it applies here too! There is no better way to let your parents know how much you love them than actually telling them:
Actions speak louder than words! Definitely tell your parents you love them but also show it through your actions:
For the love of all the Family
It’s a fact that parents hold a very unique and special place in our hearts. We suggest sharing this with them in this month of love, and in every month. Let’s go even further! Why not tell all the members of your family that you love them! Grandparents, aunts and uncles and siblings would certainly appreciate hearing this as well. And don’t forget to tell your favourite babysitters or your nanny just how much you appreciate all that they do for you. Why not? It is free yet priceless!
No matter how you go about it, remember to use your “good china” every day of the year. Or in other words, do not wait for a special occasion like a birthday or Mother’s/Father’s Day to let your parents and other family members know how much you love them! Let them know today! And tomorrow! And the next day!
If someone you know is looking for a Nanny, check out qualified candidates in your area at SOSsitter.ca. SOSsitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right or your family is only a click away.
By Deborah Shure
January 1st is the day when we all get a fresh start. It’s a new year, and many of us are vowing to make 2017 our best, healthiest, most productive year yet. While motivation is high for a few days, many of us lose steam as the first week or two of January flies by. How can you make this year different and stick to those New Year goals? The answer could be in your pocket!
More people are downloading apps and using their smartphone to keep resolutions and meet goals. You have your phone with you 24/7, why not make it work even harder for you! No matter what your resolution is for 2017, there is an app out there that can help. Below are just a few examples of apps that can help you do more, get healthy, and reach those goals.
Any.do To-do List
Any.do calls itself the “all-in-1 app to get anything done with to-do list, tasks, reminders…” While there are hundreds of apps out there that will help you get your busy life organized with task list and reminders, this one is different! You can sync it with all over devices (hello iPad to work laptop to phone), and you can share your lists with other users (your spouse, your kids, your nanny!). Create your lists and get morning reminders. The app itself is free, however you will have the option to make in-app purchases.
EveryDollar: Budgeting by Ramsey Solutions
Trying to watch your budget for 2017 and finally start saving? EveryDollar: Budgeting allows you to make a budget, manage your money, and track your spending. If you’re a fan of Dave Ramsey, you know that every dollar counts. This app is free, allows you to quickly analyze your spending, shows you how much you can spend before you blow your budget, and will help you reach your money goals.
MyFitnessPal is an app that will help you figure out your calorie goal, track what you eat, track your fitness, and more. The Google Play store says this app is the world’s most popular health and fitness app and that members have lost 200 million pounds as a group! There are over 6 million foods in their food database, you can add a photo of your meal, connect with friends and cheer each other on, connect your Fitbit and see how many calories you crushed through movement, and sync other fitness apps to it such as MapMyWalk.
Do you have a different goal for 2017? Search your phone’s app store and see what innovative new apps are out there to help you! There are also apps out there that can tell you if that “healthy” diet shake is really healthy (like Fooducate), apps that can help you stay on top of household chores, apps to work on your elder’s memory skills, apps to teach tots to sign, and apps that can create workout routines personalized just for you.
Deborah Shure is the owner and founder of Nanny Tax, the premier nanny and caregiver payroll service in Canada. With over 25 years of combined financial experience, Deborah and her team are the most trusted source of nanny payroll information. When she isn’t busy providing “nanny tax frustration relief”, Deborah is spending time with her 3 kids doing all the things that supermoms do!
Tinkle. Tinkle. Tinkle. Did you hear that? That is the sound of an angel getting his wings.
If you do not know that reference, you need to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life” this holiday season! It is a classic Christmas movie and sure to be on the television line-up once or twice in the coming weeks.
In fact, have you noticed that the number of “feel good” movies have already started to increase? We are officially in the ramp-up to the holiday season and the corny but lovely movies will be rolling and everyone will be putting in that extra effort to be a little bit kinder and gentler.
All the love and kindness makes the holidays the perfect time to remind your little angels about the importance of generosity.
What is generosity, you ask? I mean, you know what it means… being generous… but you have never really thought about it before, right? Whilst Google tells us that “Generosity is the quality of being kind and generous”, Wikipedia helpfully clarifies that it “Often means to provide help to others by giving them an (unusually precious) item without thinking twice.”
You may wonder how to help your children be generous towards others, when they are mostly being generous in texting you links to the exact gifts they will be expecting this holiday season. But it can be done!
The basics of teaching your kids are like most things you teach them—lead by example; start small and build; give them choices; and be patient!
And the good news about the holidays is that there are already things happening in your community that can provide learning opportunities such as food and gift drives. I remember the Angel Tree drives when I was a kid. You choose an entire family (with their names and ages noted on an Angel decoration on the tree) and bought presents for them. My friends and I even kept it up through our teenage years. Volunteering at a soup kitchen or behind the scenes at a toy drive sorting out gifts is also a good idea.
But don’t forget your older relatives, senior family friends and elderly neighbours. A friend always tells me the famous saying:
The way you can be most generous this holiday season is by giving your time to an older person. Some ideas to get you going:
All of that sounds wonderful right!? And given the luxury of all the time and money in the world, you would be right on it. But things are busy. You are stressed. Urghh… too much to do!
If that is how you are feeling, remember that studies show that being generous can pay dividends to your physical and mental health. Connecting with people through your generosity will make you feel connected and improve your overall happiness levels.
And if you do still feel too overwhelmed, maybe it is time to be generous to yourself and get some help in your home! If you or someone you know is looking for a Nanny, check out qualified candidates in your area at www.SOSsitter.ca. SOSsitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.
There are certain holidays or events that mark the year. Remembrance Day – or Poppy Day as we called it when I was a kid – is certainly one of those events.
Poppy Day was always a signal to me that summer was long gone, that we were fully into autumn and that winter weather and Christmas holidays were just around the corner. It was (and still is!) the days and weeks leading up to Poppy Day that brought that feeling as you started to notice the poppy pins appear on people’s clothes.
You likely know the history of Remembrance Day but it is always worth for our old brains! It is a day observed in countries in the British Commonwealth of Nations to remember all those who have died in the line of duty and those affected by war. It has been held since the end of the First World War and is held on Armistice Day – the day the treaty to end World War I was signed.
Whilst the tradition of honouring those lost was started by King George V, it was a poem written by a Canadian doctor for the funeral of his friend who in perished in the First World War that introduced the concept of poppies. The poem, refers to the poppies that grew over the graves of fallen soldiers.
You may wonder and war. can be challenging, especially as they are hopefully far removed from your kids experiences to date. Try to relate it to things that your kids can understand such as separation and or the loss of loved ones. Grandparents can help as they can explain their experiences or memories. But always remember to make your child feel personally safe and secure when talking about these types of topics.
Balance the harder aspects of a discussion on Remembrance Day with a discussion on all the events and activities that are planned. Talk about the for example as well as events planned in your home town. Go online and show your kids pictures of the thousands of in 2014 that marked the start of the British involvement in the First World War.
There are also many activities that you, or your nanny or babysitter, can do with your kids for Poppy Day. There are that you can download. There are word games and puzzles and pictures for colouring.
There are different views on when to start wearing a poppy – the day after Halloween, the week leading to Remembrance Day and more! that “Veterans Affairs Canada says poppies can be worn from the beginning of the poppy drive, which this year was Oct. 30.”
If you do not have poppies for your family, this is another activity you, your nanny or your babysitter, can do with the kids. Simply get out the red and black construction paper and scissors and glue and get to work!
If you or someone you know is looking for a Nanny, check out qualified candidates in your area at www.sossitter.com. is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly.
One of my favourite parts of autumn is Hallowe’en. I have great memories of pouring my bag of candy out on the living room floor and sorting through it, followed of course, by the candy trade negotiations with my sister.
Even as an adult, I have many happy memories of Hallowe’en. I remember well Hallowe’en night in my first house. I had a dinner party and all conversation stopped as we started to hear the sound of kids running through the leaves (swish, swish, swish) and the knocking at the door.
The enthusiastic shouts of ‘Trick or Treat’ from ghosts and goblins brought smiles to everyone’s face and we equally enthusiastically took turns answering the door and handing out pieces of candy from the big pumpkin bowl.
As the hour grew late and the stream of trick or treaters slowed, the group conversation resumed and many around the table admitted that they were glad that costumes had not been required for my gathering. Last minute and ‘Do It Yourself’ Hallowe’en costume horror stories started to flow like blood in a low-grade slasher movie.
Homemade Hallowe’en costumes are sometimes the product of a creative imagination and personal ambition. More often than not, however, they are a product of lack of planning or a desire to save money.
CTV shared some interesting statistics just before Hallowe’en last year: “About 50 per cent of all searches for Hallowe’en costumes and decorations typically come within five days of the event, according to Google Canada’s figures.” And “searches for makeup have grown about 30 per cent over the past few years.”
So …the countdown is on! Hallowe’en is just around the corner and it is time to get on top of costumes! And the big question is always – what to be!
Many news outlets and costume sellers are talking about a shift in the top choice this year. The ‘princess’ has been knocked out of her tower and replaced by super heroes. How unchivalrous! Fortune Magazine reported the top ten list of kids Hallowe’en costumes this year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation:
The best news about this list? If you have left it late and the costumes shops are sold out, you can make some of these yourself and without dire consequences. If none of those costumes strikes you or your kid’s fancy, look online for ideas. There are many articles and sites with some pretty interesting and fun ideas. A few we particularly liked:
Recommendations for making “the making of the costume” as painless as possible include:
And don’t forget to get your candy bowl sorted before the stores are out of all of the good stuff. The CTV report last year stated Skittles, M&Ms and the classic candy corn as the top searches. No tricks – all treats! Happy Hallowe’en!
If you or someone you know is looking for a Nanny, check out qualified candidates in your area at www.sossitter.ca. SOSsitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.
The last days of summer have slipped away, so it’s time for you to work with your family to get school-year routines back in place. Consider introducing something new this autumn. School Lunches: Made by Kids!
D (no. of days of school per year ~180) x K (no. of kids) = A (as in A LOT!)
There are so many reasons to get your kids packing their own lunches. Who better to gauge how hungry they are and what snacks are likely to be eaten? What better lessons in autonomy and, if you make lunches the night before, the benefits of planning ahead? But the best reason – if I am being honest – was well put on PopSugar: “After all, of the thankless and often unproductive exercises parents submit to over the school year, making lunch, well takes the cake.”
Hear, hear to that! Now, you must recognise that it may make the process longer to begin with but the return is well worth the investment. And I do recommend doing it the night before as mornings are already busy: there is no reason to add to the stress.
If you have made the mental leap (I know, I know… twist your arm!), start at the beginning and let your kid choose the lunch box or sandwich bags or whatever! Let them choose how they will be carrying their lunch every day for the next year.
And set them up for success: plan ahead for balanced meals. Take your kids shopping; create their own accessible space in the kitchen; take advantage of some breaks from lunch-making such as a “lunch at school”; and make it fun!
Find time towards the end of each week to talk about what they liked and did not like about their lunches over the week and then make a plan for their lunches for the coming week. You know what they say – planning is 80% of the job!
When planning, help them consider building a well-balanced lunch. Yes, it would be nice if we lived in a world in which potato chips, sugar drinks and chocolate bars equalled good health but alas… You will likely have your own views on what constitutes well-balanced but the basics should include: protein, whole grains, dairy and fruit and veg. Don’t forget to reinforce any restrictions your school has: nuts, peanuts or other!
Armed with your plan for a week of well-balanced lunches, it is time to head to the grocery store. Not only should you involve your kids in the full “lifecycle” of lunch-making but the grocery store is also a great place to get new ideas. And when you get home, let your kids unpack their lunch supplies to a place that is their designated lunch space such as a kid-level shelf in the pantry. This will keep things focused when the packing begins.
And as with everyone thing in life, create some breaks from the routine and have some fun! It is the only way to keep things going over a long period like a school year. If your kids school offers lunch, choose a day when he or she buys versus brings. I still remember Taco Thursdays fondly! And consider introducing some fun such as “Whacky Wednesday” where the rules are loosened on what can go into that lunch box.
Congratulations! You get your first gold star of the school year! One thing off your Mommy (or Daddy!) list of things to do and a great life lesson for your kids.
In the short term you can enjoy the empty lunch boxes coming home at the end of each day. [Although not scientifically proven – it has been suggested that lunches packed by kids are more likely to be eaten.] And over the long term, you can feel satisfied that your independent and well-adjusted kids are free to pursue their big dreams and make time for fun, rather than struggling with the basic maintenance of life. And just think – all because you got them to make their own lunches. ☺
If you or someone you know is looking for a Nanny, check out qualified candidates in your area at http://www.sossitter.ca. SOSsitter.ca is a Canadian portal designed to help you find local caregivers in your area, easily and quickly. The caregiver who is right for your family is only a click away.