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Harrison Avenue School Playground in Harrison, NY

Received Thursday, April 12, 2007
Another Great Nanny Sighting-Harrison, New YorkI just had to send this in. I saw a super nanny late this afternoon (4/11) at the playground by the Harrison Avenue School. She was supervising two boys who may have been twins or may have been very close in age. Both boys had very light hair and light coloring. One boy wore a black and blue nylon jacket and the other boy wore a solid navy jacket. The boys were probably between 4-6, but the nanny was still on her feet the whole time. The nanny was timing the children. How long could they hang. How long would it take them to run in the grass from point A to point B. You could just tell this nanny loved those boys and they loved her. There was a little girl at the playground, I believe with an older sibling who was kind of left to her own devices and every time she went down the slide and the nanny was anywhere near, she stood at the bottom of the slide to watch out for this kid. A stranger's child! The nanny was an attractive, heavy set African American with bright eyes and a huge smile. She had a short style of medium colored brown hair and was wearing a cream and peach colored jacket with mesh style pockets and was probably between 25-35.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

lovely!

Anonymous said...

Ahhh...at last...another nanny that plays with the children. I am not alone! Afterall, I think one of the perks to being a nanny is getting to run around the playground and play with toys. That's why I chose this profession!

Katie in CO said...

REFRESHING!!! Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Nice post!

Harrison Mom said...

This playground is actually called Pam's playground. It is in memory of Pamela Lyn Posen.
"Pam was tragically killed by a terrorist bomb on Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21, 1988. Her incredible warmth, sensitivity, contagious laughter, youthful spirit, and love of life touched us all. She will forever live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved her."