San Diego Nanny Easter Events 2019

San Diego Nanny Easter Events 2019

With Spring comes Easter! Are you looking for an Easter egg hunt to take the kids to? Like always, San Diego has tons of San Diego Nanny Easter events to help you fill up the calendar for the little ones to enjoy. We’ve decided to gather some of the top things nannies (and parents) can do this Easter with the kids. So grab a pen and paper, check your calendar, and lets begin. San Diego nanny Easter events Friday, April 19th The Westgate Hotel in San Diego is hosting their annual Springtime Easter Bunny Teas  between 2:30pm and 5pm. Celebrate this Easter with their yummy Easter Bunny tea, pastries, desserts, and more. They have additional dates for Saturday as well. Saturday, April 20th The Grossmont Center Courtyard in La Mesa is hosting their annual free Easter egg hunt between 10:30am and 12:30pm. Not only do treasures inside eggs contain candies and toys, but also coupons to nearby stores. They even provide the bags for kids to go hunting! The La Jolla Recreation Center is having an Easter egg hunt from 10am to 12pm. Cost is only $10 per child and includes crafts, a meet-and-greet with Peter Rabbit, and a goodie bag to take home. Take the kids to a Spring Party With Bunny at San Diego’s Botanical Gardens for a Spring to get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Go anytime between 10am and 1pm. Price is $15 per child (not including admission). Sunday April 21st The Torreyana Grille will be hosting an Easter egg hunt and a brunch buffet for the nannies and parents to enjoy this year. Seating starts at...
San Diego Nanny Spring Break Fun

San Diego Nanny Spring Break Fun

Are you ready for spring break? San Diego nanny spring break fun is just around the corner. So, that means the kids will be out of school all week. Of course, living in Southern California means there’s tons of things to do, including the beach option, which is sure to fill up the days with fun in the sun. However, if you want to change it up and find a few new educational ways to enjoy spring break this year then look no further. We’ve gathered some fun ideas, aside from the obvious beach fun, to keep the kids active, happy, and constantly learning. Outdoor San Diego Nanny Spring Break Fun Have a picnic at your favorite local park. Bring some lunch, snacks, and water so you can spend most of the day there. Also, don’t forget a blanket so you can set up near a flower patch or near the park playground. The beautiful butterfly migration this year during the super bloom is bound to make a day at the park special. If you want to go to a park you’ve never been to, visit the Kaboom website to search for local parks near you. Hike a trail or go on a bike ride. Most likely, the park you decide to have a picnic at will also have a hike or bike trail to explore. Don’t forget to pack water if you decide to hike. If you have little ones, visit Red Tricycle’s Best San Diego Hikes for Kids Under 5 article for some great hiking trails. For a more wide variety of easy to moderate to hard hikes in San Diego check out La Jolla Light’s article...
San Diego Nannies Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

San Diego Nannies Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

There are plenty of ways for San Diego Nannies to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the little ones. Whether you’re stuck at home for the day or are allowed to get out of the house with the kids, there are so many creative and exciting ways to have fun on St. Patrick’s Day this year. To help you this year, we’ve gathered some fun ideas to make this holiday one to remember. St. Patrick’s Day Ideas For San Diego Nannies St. Patrick’s Day Events in San Diego On March 16th, Balboa Park in San Diego is holding their yearly St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Irish Festival. Get dressed up with the kids and go to one of the largest parades, with decorative floats, dancers, police units and fire trucks, and more. If you can’t make the parade this year, that’s okay. Enjoy some live entertainment and go with the kids directly to the Irish Festival and teach the kids about Irish culture. Parents can enjoy a drink in the Beer Garden while the nanny and kids play in the Kids Zone.Parade starts at 10:30am. Irish Festival is between 1-6pm. For more information click here Check out Red Tricycle’s article for more St. Patrick’s Day events in San Diego the kids will love. St. Patrick’s Day Activities If you are staying at home this year, get festive with the little ones. San Diego nannies can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by getting creative with some fun activities we found. Play with some shamrock slime or make a rainbow shaker! Click here for 20 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts That Kids Will Love. St. Patrick’s Day Treats...
Famous Nannies for National Women’s History Month

Famous Nannies for National Women’s History Month

National Women’s History Month focuses on celebrating women’s contributions to society. The many roles and responsibilities of a nanny, including their amazing multitasking skills are just some of the reasons why they should be celebrated. Famous nannies played prominent roles to the parents they worked for. So, for National Women’s History Month, we are remembering some of the most influential nannies throughout history. Famous Nannies Throughout History Elizabeth Anne Everest (1832-1895) was Winston Churchill’s beloved nanny and an important figure in his early childhood. Churchill wrote in his autobiography My Early Life: “My nurse was my confidante. Mrs Everest it was who looked after me and tended all my wants. It was to her I poured out all my many troubles.” Alison Cunningham (1822-1913) known as “Cummy” was nanny to and played a large role in raising famous author Robert Louis Stevenson. He who wrote favorites such as Treasure Island and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Marie Curie (1867-1934) was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize…twice. A Renowned Polish-French scientist of physics and chemistry, Curie coined the term ‘radioactivity’. Early in Madame Curie’s career she worked as a governess at age 17. St Josephine Bakhita (1869–1947) was a African American slave who worked as a nanny and later became a Roman Catholic Saint in 2000. Mary Hodgson (1876-1962) was the nanny who looked after the Llewelyn Davies boys. They are the five boys who inspired the characters of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys. Baroness Maria Augusta von Trapp (1905-1987) is the real life nanny who’s own story inspired the Broadway musical, and famous film, The Sound of Music.  Marion Crawford CVO “Crawfie” (1909–1988) was the governess to Princess Margaret and...
San Diego Nannies Celebrate Women’s History Month

San Diego Nannies Celebrate Women’s History Month

San Diego Nannies Celebrate Women’s History Month with kids in a variety of different ways. Stop by the Women’s Museum of California located in San Diego near Liberty Station to learn about empowering women over the centuries. With art, traveling, and digital galleries, kids can explore the many exhibits they have to offer. They also provide free tours twice a month (with paid admission to their gallery) where kids can get inspired by notable women throughout history. Read an inspiring book about women who have made a difference. Social Justice Books provides a list of books worthy of reading. Want to know a cool fact? Mary Hodgson (1876-1962) was the nanny who looked after the Llewelyn Davies boys. Ring a bell? They are the five real life boys who inspired the characters of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys! San Diego Nannies and parents can create fun Women’s History Month activities for kids. There are some very important women that should definitely be celebrated like Jane Addams who is the first women to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize or Mae Jemison, the first African American woman in space! There are so many amazing women out there so let’s take time to celebrate them!      ...