Au Pair Weekend Classes (Education Credit + Travel!)

By |September 25th, 2023|Categories: Au Pairs|

Weekend classes present valuable academic opportunities and are one of the best ways to fulfill your education requirements. Not only do some Au Pair classes allow you to get 3-6 credit hours in one weekend as part of your continuing education, but you also get to have a fun vacation

The Au Pair’s Guide to the DS-2019 Form

By |September 12th, 2023|Categories: Au Pairs|

Working as an Au Pair offers incredible opportunities to travel, immerse yourself in new environments, build lasting relationships, and expand your personal, cultural, and professional horizons.  But before you get to all the fun and fulfilling parts of Au Pair life, you’ll need to get your paperwork and visa in

Creating a Healthy Meal Plan for Kids: Tips and Tricks

By |July 6th, 2023|Categories: Childcare Advice|

Providing kids with healthy and delicious foods can be challenging as a parent or caretaker. However, with the help of a few easy tips, you can make a healthy meal plan for kids that they'll love. Today, we'll discuss why kids need to eat nutritious meals and offer suggestions to

The 10 Most Amazing Books for Toddlers

By |June 29th, 2023|Categories: Childcare Advice|

Are you looking for books that capture a toddler's attention with bright pictures and catchy rhymes? Well, to ensure your child develops a love for reading, we've collected and curated a list of exceptional books for toddlers, including some of our favorite classic toddler books. So, grab a notebook and

Getting Kids Active: One Step at a Time

By |June 22nd, 2023|Categories: Childcare Advice|

Anyone who has seen a toddler in action knows how challenging it can be to follow their every move. Based on this, getting kids active may seem like an easy task. Yet, less than a quarter of US kids get even one hour of physical activity daily. This is primarily

Baby Reflux Symptoms: Signs of GERD and How to Treat It

By |June 15th, 2023|Categories: Childcare Advice|

Newborn reflux is so common that half of all the babies born in the US suffer from it. Thankfully, most babies tend to outgrow it, with symptoms dissipating by 18 months. However, baby reflux symptoms may concern parents, especially first-time mothers. You should express any concerns at your baby’s doctor’s

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