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Kathryn Mewes brings her 20 years of experience as a professional nanny to bear with her unique, three day plan of action to help families. Nanny Mewes lives with the families around the clock for three days to help them tackle everything from faddy eaters to out-of-control behavior and sleepless nights, and restoring order to households in distress. With coaching, advice and practical exercises, this modern-day Mary Poppins can transform parenting styles and restore harmony to family life.
As a single mum to four unruly children under the age of three, Rosie Parsons's situation is an extreme test for The Three Day Nanny. Two and a half year old triplets Summer, Sienna and Jacob were an IVF miracle and when 13 month old Zach came along Rosie thought she had the perfect family. But then her marriage broke down and she was left to cope alone with four extremely demanding children who fight for their Mum's attention. At home they hit and bite and often trash the house as they battle for attention, but it's the quiet triplet that usually wins - with her extreme clinginess and constant demands to be carried she leaves Mum with no hands free to tackle the naughty behaviour of the others.
Professional nanny Kathryn Mewes helps restore peace and calm to households in distress. This time, in Luton, two-year-old Sebastian is literally banging his head against the wall in frustration. This toddler will also hit, bite and kick to get his parents' attention. Mum and dad feel powerless to control him. Kathryn finds out that Livia and Paul had a long and difficult journey to start a family. She needs to get mum and dad to stop wrapping their son in cotton wool. Easier said than done.
On a trip to Lincoln to help the Clemmit family, for the first time in her career, nanny Kathryn Mewes meets parents she feels may lack the basic skills for the role.
With their three-year-old daughter Bella totally ruling the roost, the Vernons, in the Wirral, have turned to nanny Kathryn Mewes in desperation. Simple tasks, like getting dressed or brushing teeth, are a guaranteed trigger for a tantrum - epic screaming fits that can last for hours at a time. With the couple failing to agree how best to manage their daughter's belligerence, cracks in the family are starting to show. Kathryn shows Mike and Emma how to regain control and focuses on improving the couple's relationship with their daughter. But with Bella railing against the new regime, will three days be enough to get the Vernon family back on track?
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