Childcare After the Crisis

What families & nannies need to know. Childcare is stressful enough, now the COVID-19 pandemic has made navigating childcare more difficult than ever. One of the biggest mistakes was the lack of information and preparation, consequently no one was prepared. Below are ways to get through this safely and with your sanity intact. Continuous communication.   […]

As of March 31st… nannies can work!

March 31st, 2020 2:30 pm MST As federal, state and local governments are quickly adopting new guidelines to try to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many governors have issued “stay-at-home” (sometimes called shelter-in-place) orders. Colorado’s Governor Polis is amongst one of these making this the strictest restrictions to date. As a parent or nanny, you’re […]

Nannies can work!

March 25, 2020 2:12 pm MST Denver’s Mayor revised the Stay-At-Home orders, nannies are now considered essential businesses and can provide their services!  xxi. Home-based care for seniors, adults, or children, including nannies, au pairs and babysitters; Tri-County, Boulder County and Jefferson County have implemented Stay-At-Home orders. To our current understanding, this does not affect […]

And just like that… Executed Public Health Order

And just like that… the Coronavirus pandemic continues to show us continual changes are being made without much warning. While we were busy drafting our most recent communication- FAQs for families and nannies, Denver’s Mayor Michael Hancock, issued a “Stay at home” executive order. This order states nannies are now not considered essential employees unless […]

Nannies asked, we answered

Nannies asked, we answered- – frequently asked questions from nannies pertaining to COVID-19 Updated 03.23.2020 4:02 pm MST. At Kiddie Up Nannies, the health, safety, and wellbeing of our clients, nannies and community is our top priority. As we continue to monitor the situation with COVID-19, we have taken numerous steps to be extra vigilant. […]