Portable Urinals

best-nanny-newsletter-portable-urinalsHelpful or Hype?

What nanny hasn’t been caught at the playground or car trip when their Nanny Kids need a bathroom and there is none around?

Whether in the supermarket, hospital, highway, park, department stores, car and other public places or Restroom queue row when they are ready to give the baby use, to prevent the baby urine trousers.

There are styles for boys and girls all portable and easy to carry. They are all convenient to use.

Purchase a portable urinal by clicking links below:

Portable Baby Toddlers Boys Girls Potty Training Pee Urinal Emergency Toilet for Travel Car Camping, Yellow, Red, 2 Pack

OrangeTag Baby and Kids Children Portable Toilet Emergency Toilet Potty Potties Urinal 3 Character Faces

WINOMO 750ML Children Potty Travel Urinal Car Toilet Pee (Blue)

CdyBox Car Portable Children Adult Mini Toilet Kids Emergency Urinal Potty for Travel Camping (Green (600ml))

HappyPee – Children’s Unisex Urinal

Bhbuy Portable Baby Child Potty Urinal Emergency Toilet for Camping Car Travel and Kid Potty Pee Training

Have a Happy, Politics-Free Thanksgiving

Time to Embrace the Spirit of Thanksgiving

The presidential election revealed a massive split in our country, dividing over 247 million of Americans along economic, ethnic, educational, religious, occupational, cultural, and regional lines (according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 2016). And what we do not understand, often leads to hate and fear. Too often during the campaign we focused on our differences and forgot what we once respected about our friends, neighbors, co-workers, and even family members. 

But, the topics facing our nation are complex and there really isn’t just one right or wrong answer to the issues debated during the campaign. If we really listen to family and friends with differing opinions, we will realize we actually have more in common than not.

As psychologist Abraham Maslow explains in Problems of Power in American Democracy we all seek food and shelter, safety, love, community, and meaning in this beautiful country we call home. In other words, all Americans have the same basic needs, wants, and dreams for their families and children.

I have friends boycotting Thanksgiving with their families because of the divisive emotions the election exposed. That’s insane! Family and friends can’t leave politics behind for the health of the relationships so that they can break bread together for just few hours?

My hope is that we all remember how much we have to be thankful for this holiday season. Besides our many individual blessings, we should be grateful to live in this country. We have the freedom of speech, to protest, and to vote. Even when we feel defeated, we shouldn’t forget we have more power and privilege than many do worldwide.

Instead of avoiding friends and family who have differing political views for the holidays, we must remember what binds us. Instead of discussing what divides us, don’t allow the topic of politics at the dinner table, if that is what is needed to keep the peace during this Thanksgiving holiday.

Wishing you All a Happy (politics-free) Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Story Bracelet


Creative Wednesdays This is a bracelet for the kids to wear in which each bead represents a part of the Thanksgiving story. The bracelet is a visual cue to help the kids remember the first Thanksgiving. The colored beads will help them retell the story. You Will Need: Pipe Cleaners Beads: White – Represents Sails […]

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Turkey Brown Paper Bag Puppet


Thanksgiving Craft I found this super easy Thanksgiving puppet project to do with the kids on hugsarefun blog. You can cut out the shapes to make the turkey for little kids or let older children trace and cut out the shapes themselves. Here’s what to do: You Will Need: Brown Paper Lunch Bag Pencil Safety […]

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Cranberry Apple Crisp


Cooking With Kids There is no better treat to make with the kids during the autumn harvest season then Apple Crisp. My Nanny Kids also love cranberries. So, I decided to add a cup of fresh cranberries to add just a bit of color and tartness to this easy dessert that I originally found from […]

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You’ve Been Ghosted!


Anonymous Halloween Fun In preparation for Halloween, have the children help you play this fun game with their friends and neighbors. Fill a gift bag with Halloween treats or the Nutter Butter Ghost Cookies we made (see recipe below). Or, try these cute ghost cookies we made last year. You can add anything related to […]

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Caterpillar Pumpkins


Halloween Project I am not a fan of cutting pumpkins to make jack o’ lanterns. I prefer allowing the kids to use paint and Sharpie markers to decorate their pumpkins for Halloween (see the donut pumpkins we made earlier this Autumn). I saw this idea for making a caterpillar out of mini pumpkins online but […]

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Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Crafts


Creative Wednesdays Halloween is approaching and no better time to start building the kids’ anticipation than by making easy spooky themed decorations. We just recycled toilet paper tube rolls and decorated them into familiar Halloween creatures. Here is what to do: You Will Need: Toilet Paper Tubes Construction Paper Glue Stapler Markers Safety Scissors Googly […]

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No Bake Pumpkin Bites


Cooking With Kids October so it’s officially time to make Halloween treats for the kids. These no bake peanut butter bites are great for kids that don’t like the taste of pumpkin. They are super sweet so make them small. I’m sure you can substitute almond butter, cashew butter, hazelnut butter, or sunflower seed butter […]

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Painted Pumpkin Donuts


Creative Wednesdays You don’t have to use knives to cut messy jack-o-lanterns to decorate pumpkins with the kids to prepare for Halloween. These cute pumpkin donuts are easy to decorate and really do look like the real thing and good enough to eat. You Will Need: 6 Mini, Flat Pumpkins Paint Brushes Paint (Light Pink, […]

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