“Prep Your Children for a Move with These 17 Tips”
Moving is an exciting life event, but it can still be stressful – for you and your kids. Your children can feel especially scared and nervous about the changes that are approaching. Whether you’re just moving down the street or moving across the country from Greenwich, CT to Los Angeles, California, OR, leaving a house can feel like a loss to your children.
To help get you started, Wee Care Nanny, along with other experts in the field, shared some of our best tips and advice with Redfin on how to prepare your kids for moving and how to make the transition easier on them. Check out what we had to say!
Stay connected with your previous nanny
Families relocating often experience a “break up” with their current nanny when their caregiver is unable to move with the family. The ideal situation occurs when the nanny can travel with the family to their new home and continue working through the transition process. If that isn’t possible, explain to your children that their nanny can remain an important part of their lives. They can exchange birthday and holiday cards, and have Facetime dates or regular Zoom calls. If both parties work together, the relationship between nannies and their charges can truly last a lifetime. It’s not unusual for us to hear from nannies that are still in touch with the “children” they cared for 5, 10, or even 20 years ago. – Wee Care Nanny Agency
Prep Your Children for a Move with These 16 Additional Tips
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