I’m off to a picnic in the park today. Gorgeous food, playful kids, fun party games, and loads of local Sydney based nannies. It’s National Nanny Appreciation Week and the Australian Nanny Association is hosting picnics in the park today in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in celebration of nannies.
We’ve got treasure hunts organised for the kids, friendly entertainment, and plenty of opportunity for nannies to network (the best part if you ask me)! Plus I’ll be bringing a basket of books and toys for the kids to play with (because I have a 1-year-old that flitters between toys faster than I can give them to him). If you’re in Sydney and free, come along and bring the kids! You can find the link here to see the location + details for Nanny Appreciation Week.
All this talk of picnics and lovely summer days has got me thinking that we really need to make more of an effort to go back to our roots on the weekends and do more of these fun family style activities with the kids. Less running around between grocery shopping and kids parties, sporting activities and appointments and more just stopping to spend time with the kids. Sounds like a plan.
Connect with the Australian Nanny Association here and become a member today.
>>>How often do you go on picnics with the kids?