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Re: Child Osteopath - looking for recommendations

Aude is brilliant at the Putney clinic on the upper Richmond road, I’ve seen her personally for migraines but I’ve had lots of friends who have taken children to her and she specialises in paediatric care.

 https://putneyclinic.co.uk/about/meet-t ... t-prevost/
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Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:26 pm

Nanny available

I’m a qualified Montessori teacher with 18 years experience working with children. For the past 8 years I’ve been working as a nanny. References, cv , peadiatric first aid and enhanced DBS available on request. I’m looking for temp work while in between jobs. Please contact me on lids.salsa@gmail.co...
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Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:00 pm

Nanny available

Hi Mums and Dads I’m a qualified Montessori teacher with 18 years experience working with children. i am hard working, fun, loving and enthusiastic. I enjoy organizing activities for children, taking them to music classes, museums, organizing play dates etc. I’m a trained cook and I love to bake, my...
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Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:25 pm

Montessori trained nanny available from October,

Hi Mums and Dads I’m a qualified Montessori teacher with 18 years experience working with children. I am hard working, fun, loving and enthusiastic. I enjoy organizing activities for children, taking them to music classes, museums, organizing play dates etc. I’m a trained cook and I love to bake, my...
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Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:37 am

Re: Taking a nanny on holida

Hi I'm a nanny and have been on holiday with families I've worked for. Depending on how many hours you need her for you could agree a fixed amount for the whole time you are away rather than an hourly rate. For example I did a weekend and had to have the children overnight in my bedroom so I changed...
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Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:12 am

Re: Fox pee smell

Hi, Foxes can be a nightmare, this is going to sound a little gross but the way to get rid of foxes in your garden is to get your husband to pee in the garden. My brother had the same problem in their garden and he and my nephews peed into a bottle and poured it into the garden and the foxes were ne...
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Mon Jun 15, 2015 1:29 pm

Re: cheating husband

I'm sorry for what you are going through, if you my opinion from another angle. My father cheated on my mother repeatdly when I was 16, and he continued for years, sleeping with a women who had cared for his old nanny who he felt sorry for because her boyfriend beat her and her son was in prison for...
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Tue Apr 07, 2015 7:48 am

Re: Help... We need a home for a month!

Hi
Try Air b and b my father lives abroad and uses them when he comes to london, its a company that rents houses, flats etc for as long as you need. Te houses are usually owned by people who want to Rent out their home because they are travelling etc.
Good luck
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Mon Jan 12, 2015 7:29 pm

Re: Toys / activity ideas for long haul flight with toddler

Hi, How about a water doodle, you can get little books that have a magic pen that you put a small amount of water in and then when they go over the page in the book colours appear and then fade after a while so the book can be used again. You can also get little doodle pads mini versions do the etch...
Forum: Travel
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Mon Sep 08, 2014 8:02 am

Re: Au pair agency missed mental health issues with our au p

Hi I am a nanny, and am not sure the same rules apply for an au pair agency, but I had a bad experience with a family and as far as I am aware the agency had to give back the finding fee if it is under four weeks. Can you call the Obesumum to get some advice,or another company that looks into how ag...
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Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:53 am

Re: Potty training a girl - we are stuck...

I agree with a lot of the advice, but I would also not put nappies on during the day if possible, as it can give children mixed messages. I'd take her to choose some big girl pants, and use a sticker chart with small rewards after a certain amount of stickers. I.e a new book, small toy sweets or wha...
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Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:47 am

Re: Playgroup/playground etiquette

Hi, Playgroup and playground etiquette is always tricky. I am a trained. Montessori teacher currently working as a nanny and I have often experienced other children hurting the children in my care or my child hurting another child. The best way I feel to deal with it is to be friendly and honest. Wh...
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Replies: 4
Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:47 am

Re: Swimming bouyancy aid for gung ho 2 year old!

I've used a sharks fin with children I nanny for, I spent a summer in Italy with a two year old, on a boat and we attached this to her back and she loved it, and could jump on and off the boat and it kept her afloat giving her confidence and keeping her safe. She also used it in the sea and in the s...
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Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:30 am

Re: Help - Educational Cartoons?

The curious George app is good and educational, it teaches children about different animals and their habitats, Also so the bugs and bubbles series is good teaching colours etc. Cartoon wise, Dora the explora can be educational and some of the baby einstien. Kideos http://www.kideos.com is a safe ch...
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Mon Apr 28, 2014 7:29 am