When it comes to teaching children about healthy nutrition choices, it’s never to early to start. From the first time a small child puts a food into their mouth, they are learning about what they like and don’t like from what they can taste, smell and feel with their mouth, so ensuring they have access to a variety of healthy food choices is essential.
Nanny Sharing is a growing trend in Australia, with many families loving the idea of having an extra family member and pair of hands to help out, however a vast majority do not require a full-time, live-in caregiver, or cannot afford it. Nanny Share is the concept of sharing both a Nannies time and costs between two families.
Compound life isn't very different to that of my home country or other countries I have been to, however leaving the compound is a completely surreal experience.
When welcoming someone into your family to work alongside you to raise your children, behaviour management strategies and parenting styles must always be at the forefront of priorities to be discussed. Australian Nanny Agency Behaviour Management consultant Elissa Pizzata explains why parents and Nannies must on the same page in this essential childcare technique.
My experience of Saudi so far has been fascinating and enlightening.
As parents and caregivers of young children, we aim to provide them with the best environment and nutrition possible to allow them to grow healthy and happy, however we can’t always be completely in control or mindful of what our kids are exposed to or put in their mouths.