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Category Archives: Advice for Parents

5 Tips for Photographing Children

A quick look at Instgram or Facebook and it’s clear; people love taking pictures of their children. But for some parents and nannies, capturing the best photograph is not in their wheelhouse. Take heart. We’ve got some great tips for … Continue reading

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Driving Records: Practically Perfect in Every Way?

For many nannies, especially those who work in the suburbs, driving children is an essential part of their daily duties and responsibilities. From taking children to school and afterschool activities, to driving them to and from playdates or appointments, transporting … Continue reading

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Nanny Cams: What You Need to Know

For parents who employ a nanny, the decision of whether or not to have and/or to disclose the use of a nanny cam is an extremely personal one. It’s a question that involves both legal and ethical considerations and, in … Continue reading

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Princess & Tiaras

Recently I had a chance to connect with Princess & Tiaras Spa Celebrations in Katy – Houston TX. Princess & Tiaras is a unique spa and beauty themed party experience for the princess at home! They have their own truck, … Continue reading

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The Great Lice Debate

Responses are provided by Deborah J. Pontius, MSN, RN, NCSN, FNASN, health services coordinator and school nurse, Pershing County School District, Lovelock, NV; and executive committee member and past board member, National Association of School Nurses (NASN). Q: What are … Continue reading

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GTM Payroll & Tax Service Options

Having a household employee can mean spending more than 60 hours a year handling tax and payroll issues, including tax and labor laws, registering for state and federal tax accounts, calculating and paying wages and taxes, and filing tax returns. … Continue reading

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Houston Nanny Agency Combats Unsafe Hiring Practices

(Houston, TX) March 9, 2017- Though over 50% of families use non-nanny agency sources to find their nannies, 25% of families who tried to find a nanny on their own end up using a nanny agency, according to the results … Continue reading

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Holiday Bonuses and Year End Tax Information

Holiday Bonuses: How Much to Give? It’s that time of year again – the holidays are right around the corner. Giving a nanny a holiday bonus is a common practice among household employers, but many families might be wondering how much … Continue reading

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When Nannies and Families Celebrate Different Holidays

For nannies and families who share different faiths or celebrate different holidays, the holiday season can be a sensitive one. As children notice new decorations go up in their home or sense the holiday excitement, they often ask questions and … Continue reading

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Is Childcare Checked Off Your School Supply List?

Morningside Nannies refers fully screened and referenced full-time, part-time, temporary and occasional childcare providers. We offer before and after school placements, childcare during school closings and holidays, and care for mildly ill children. Call (713) 526-3989 to register now to … Continue reading

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