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Big savings if you act now! $100 off your placement fee if you complete the family profile to hire a Summer Nanny by March 7, 2011
It’s not too soon to plan summer care for your children. TLC has a great option for you, hire a TLC summer nanny! As you know, many of the caregivers on our temporary staff are college students, and with no classes for three glorious months, many of them would love to use their free time to make sure your children have a safe and fun-filled summer!
Your nanny will create individualized weekly plans for your children that include:
~Transportation to activities, camps, and lessons
~Outings to the Zoo, Science Center, Six Flags, etc…
~Supervised swimming and other fun summer activities
~Learning activities, arts & crafts, and games
To start the hiring process, simply log on to TLC’s website at tlcforkids.com and fill out the parent application. You can even indicate what personality type you’d like (athletic, studious, etc.)! I will personally assist you in finding the nanny that best fits your needs.
As we get closer to the end of the school year, more and more families will be searching for a summer nanny; getting your application in now will put you ahead of the pack. Some of our nannies are available to start interviewing right away. It’s never to early to start thinking about who will care for your children when you can’t be there. Give me a call if you have any questions.
Enter code: MRSN11 in “How were you referred to TLC” to receive discount.
It seems we are definitely in full swing of summer in St. Louis and boy, it’s hot! Now especially, it’s important to remember to put on sunscreen, pack the bug spray and watch the weather when you are taking your charges anywhere outdoors in St. Louis.
I recently had a TLC family ask, “what kind of indoor activities are there for my children, if I don’t want them only at the pool or outside this summer?”
To this I simply reply that St. Louis has a myriad of activities (INDOOR) that are fun, inexpensive or even free and a great way to beat the heat!
Some of these include the St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Science Center, both interactive and educational. For a small fee, take children to the Magic House (Kirkwood) or to the top of the St. Louis Arch (Downtown)! Become a tourist in your own city and grab an ice cream cone from Ted Drewes on the way home!
Just a few tips — nannies, feel free to leave a comment and share some more cool ideas