Discussion | Birthday week – ‘Annual Review’ 

This week will be a little different to our usual as we’re celebrating pocketnannies’ 1st birthday. (Although we promise you we’ll be back to our normal style of posting, with exciting autumn activities and new posts coming your way).

We’re starting off the week with a little look back at our first year. As since we began we have published almost 170 blog posts. (We post 3 times a week on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday). We’ve already had exciting progress in our stats, as well as followers on Twitter and facebook. But some of our biggest highlights have been connecting with people and brands. Networking has been fabulous and we look forward to working with our future guest posters, experts and brands and PR agencies.

One of the biggest highlights for us was being featured in Baby London’s magazine under the title ‘ Best of the Blogs‘. (See picture below).

We thought as a nice little round up of our first year we’d share with you some of most popular posts. We took a look back through our stats and these 9 came up as our most popular post. Which has been your favourite pocketnannies post so far?

Most Popular Posts of our 1st year:

The essential guide for having multiples post which you can read here from July, when we celebrated National Multiples Week. 

In February our Preparing for an Ofsted visit post proved popular, you can read that here.

The Autumn sensory tray was a rather popular post from October of last year. Our first actual post on pocketnannies. You can read that one here

Our interview with Emily from My pop in nanny is one of a most well read posts! You can read more here. It was originally posted back in May.

Our expert posts always seem to go down well. Back in February Elspeth wrote a post on ‘”Post Natal Depression for us. Read more here

Back in June we were contacted by Nana’s Manners to feature their fabulous cutlery which is being launched in the U.K. Very very soon. You can catch up with that one right here

In January we featured another Expert post. This time on the use of dummies by Leonie a speech and language therapist. Here is her post. 

Last November, we did an interview with the Fount nursery London, which makes an interesting read. Find out more about their new nursery concept here

Our ‘Letters numbers, they’re all around’ activity post from back in January is another great activity to do with young children.  Find out more here

We’d love to hear your feedback on pocketnannies. If you have any suggestions for posts or topics you think we should discuss please do get in touch.


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