Behind The Nursery Door

BEHIND THE NURSERY DOOR : The adventures of two rather tired Au Pairs and one rather errant but lovable Bad Bunny

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Nanny Pickle on the importance of etiquette.

Nanny Pickle is a woman of high morals and ethics. She is firm but fair and in her eyes the world would be a better place if people just showed some plain old fashioned good manners. 

She is also a firm believer in the inherent (if oft hidden) goodness of Bad Bunny. She truly believes nurturing and discipline will result in a Bunny of the highest calibre.

Although frustrating at times, and a true test of her patience, Nanny appreciates that Bad Bunny’s mischief is purely a result of a creative imagination. According to Nanny, said creative imagination is something to be encouraged, for no great thinkers or artists ever developed as a result of a stagnant mind.

On the other hand, despite the fact it is important to develop imagination and creativity in young charges, it is also just as important to set boundaries and strictures to develop a rounded and compassionate Bunny, with the necessary social refinements to engage with Bunnies across all cultures and backgrounds.

And so Nanny Pickle and her trusted Au Pairs work tirelessly to instill in Bad Bunny the finer points of social etiquette. Whether it be curtailing his natural ability to ‘pop off’ at the most inopportune times, namely on the tram as he accompanies Nanny on her way to the market, or his delight in blowing raspberries while still masticating his morning porridge, the Au Pairs and Nanny correct, cajole and coax Bad Bunny to find the necessary refinement to curb his enthusiasm for all things disgraceful. 

To make your life with your Bunny sans social faux pas, Nanny Pickle has designed the gorgeous Signature Flocking Collection of infantwear featuring all a Nanny, or indeed, a Mummy needs know to steer her charge in the direction of plain old fashioned good manners. Because, as everyone possessing any politesse knows: "One never eats soup with one’s hands".