Today, Patrick our Super Nanny, a "big" leaves the fine team. And a little guy arrives, Lubin. First meeting and contacts at the summit. How will he be welcomed? There is change in the air. Tristan leaves us, I just learned from the mouth of his mom. Move.
Category Guard mode
Welcoming an "au pair" requires great vigilance in recruiting candidates. Better to go through a specialized agency. An agency: to avoid worries and limit the damage! To welcome at home an unknown person, moreover of foreign origin, requires adjustments and adjustments.
Finding the person to punctually guard the apple of your eye is a heavy responsibility. This requires guarantees and you do not necessarily feel the soul of a GR inspector. Why not go to an agency specialized in recruiting babysitters?
Sam's 2-year-old parents are separating. The news broke this morning. How Patrick, our Super Nanny tenderness, will he intervene? I watch Sam pushing his little train. The noise is hellish. In his mouth, it gives "chu tchou". Straddled on the locomotive, he perched Pouffi, his blanket, a rabbit that was probably white one day.
Today, at Patrick's Super Nanny, the young Sam brought back from the nursery ... small animals. The opportunity to explain what lice are and to play down the adventure in a good mood. Sam does not have any homework yet. But while waiting for a measles or bronchiolitis, he still wanted to bring back something from the nursery.
It's decided, Bambi now stays full-time in kindergarten. And the Super Nanny team is about to welcome a small replacement. First contact, first word, smile ... A new story will begin. Fatou told me during the holidays: her daughter Bambi will not come anymore. She integrates full-time kindergarten.
In March 2009, the Cnaf opened a website dedicated exclusively to childcare. Rates and availability according to your region, everything is there. So enjoy it ! The Cnaf has opened a website, www.mon-enfant.fr, dedicated exclusively to childcare. You will find all the information on existing childcare solutions, for children from 0 to 12 years old throughout France.