And if Katherine really cares about the kids, she will invite nanny Grace to live with her and the children.
UNO puts such an onus on smoking students that it ultimately seems like a bully, even more than a nanny.
As Baez writes, Casey never had a nanny and had been fired from Universal Studios two years before Caylee died.
She returned to the lobby, and asked the doorman if he had seen the nanny and her other children.
The young royals have followed current trends by not hiring a British nanny who are often reported to be difficult employees.
Mary was resolved against hearing any more against Tirzah and Bet, and actually shut herself into the granary till nanny was gone.
Just then one nanny looked over a fence and said “Ba-a-a-a!”
Captain Stoddart therefore took a detachment of soldiers into the mountains to the maroon town of nanny.
We'll cure nanny first; and you and I will settle the bill afterward.'
And the little crowd of rescuers arrived only just in time to hear nanny thanking him.
"children's nurse," 1795, from widespread child's word for "female adult other than mother" (cf. Greek nanna "aunt"). The word also is a nickname form of the fem. proper name Ann, which probably is the sense in nanny goat (1788, cf. billy goat). Nanny-house "brothel" is slang from c.1700. Nanny state, in reference to overintrusive government policies is attested by 1987, the term associated with British political leader Margaret Thatcher, who criticized the tendency.
"to be unduly protective," 1954, from nanny (n.). Related: Nannied; nannying.