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Archive for February, 2011

The Nanny Network

Friday, February 11th, 2011

The Nanny Network, LLC helps families find nannies to meet their needs, and we recruit, screen, and refer nannies for positions that match their qualifications. Countless families have utilized our services to find nannies, and the number of nannies that return to us after their jobs end for new opportunities speaks to our successful track record in pairing nannies and families together.

We place:

* Full-time live-out
* Part-time live-out
* Temporary (including newborn specialists) – available from one day to three months or more
* Group child care (for special events, weddings, conferences, etc.)
* Mommy Nanny (care givers paid 20% less on average since bring their own child to work)
* Shared Care (involving one nanny and two families)

For families beginning their nanny search, we suggest planning for the search to take approximately 3 to 6 weeks (except for temporary which usually take less time).

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I HEART Children’s Bookstores

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

I don’t know how many children’s bookstores are still out there… Does anybody? I’m guessing less than we would all hope, unfortunately.

We spent the weekend with my in-laws in Memphis and my mother-in-law and I were looking to kill some time Monday afternoon. There was a little used children’s bookstore we used to frequent (I love a good deal), but my MIL told me it is now closed. No wait! I just looked it up, and I think she’s mistaken. It’s still open.

Well anyhow, we thought it was closed and so I inquired as to whether or not there might be an independent children’s bookstore in the area. She told me that she used to take my husband and his sister to a place called Pinnochio’s when they were young. But she assumed it was now closed.

She went and grabbed the phone book to look it up, and guess what? It’s still open! (I told her she needs to have a little more faith in her local children’s bookstores!).

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