Valentine’s day is just around the corner and what better time to show some love and care to your nanny than on this special day? Express your appreciation for everything your nanny does, for you and your children, with these simple and sweet gestures that will go a long way in making them feel valued.
1. Make a handmade personalized card.
Encourage the kids to create a Valentine’s Day card for their nanny. Make sure to include kind words that show how much you appreciate their hard work and all the effort they put in. Reading these words will not only fill their heart up with love and care, but they will also motivate them to continue being the great nanny they always have been. Have the children decorate the card for a personalized touch.
2. Craft a collage.
You’d probably have collected a ton of photos of the kids with their nanny, so why not make a creative collage of their pictures to remind them of the fun times they’ve had with the kids. It’s a great opportunity to get the kids involved in an arts and crafts project. Have fun and get creative using stickers, glitter, and paint.
3. Give them a basket of baked goods.
Spoil your nanny with some delicious home-baked goodies that she will enjoy. Get the kids involved by having them adorn the cupcakes, cookies, or donuts that you’ll be baking. Your nanny will appreciate the effort and time you’ve poured into this yummy valentine’s gift.
4. Put together a nanny treat box.
If you’re not very good with arts and crafts or in the kitchen, show your nanny some love by putting together her favorite treats. Some great ideas to include in the box are some chocolates, a picture frame of their photo with the kids, a personalized mug or plate, or her favorite magazines or books.
There are plenty of things you can do to show love and care for your nanny this Valentine’s day. Personalized gifts that you and your kids have created for your nanny will surely make them feel special and motivated. Furthermore, creating the gifts yourself is a perfect way to bond and have fun with your kids, while also extending your love and appreciation for your beloved nanny.