Nanny Magazine‘s readers are nannies who care for kids ranging in age from newborn through age 18. The magazine covers everything from a nanny’s relationship with their charges to their complex relationship with the parents. The magazine offers provoking features on hot topics such as gun control and obesity, advice for nannies who are experiencing ethical dilemmas on the job, and nanny’s personal life, including everything from the psychological issues of loving a child who is not your own to the confusing issues about tax laws and legally binding contracts. Nanny Magazine will regularly publish an Ask-a-Mom column, news blitzes, product reviews, craft ideas, and creative tips for educational fun.
Print publication is launching in 2014. Until then, we will be bringing you crafts, recipes, surveys, advice, and support through www.nannymag.com and all of our social media platforms.
Nanny Magazine will be available in print and electronic formats beginning January 2014.
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