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Steps Nannies Can Take To Prevent Common Childhood Injuries

August 13, 2012

While minor injuries are a largely unavoidable part of an active childhood, one of the most important aspects of a nanny’s job is to keep her charges safe and healthy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more … Continue reading

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9 Preventable Childhood Injuries

August 7, 2012

By Michelle LaRowe Editor-in-Chief Whenever I hear that a child has fallen out of a window or drowned in a hot tub, I can’t help but feel a mix of emotions: sorrow for the family who lost their child in … Continue reading

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Expert Insights: Shellie Braeuner Nanny Turned Author

August 6, 2012

By Michelle LaRowe Editor-in-Chief I recently had the opportunity to catch up with friend and fellow nanny turned author, Shellie Braeuner. While nannying, Shellie penned The Great Dog Wash and entered it into the first Cheerios Spoonfuls of Stories Contest. … Continue reading

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