Parenting Expert and Spokesperson
A nanny and governess for over 30 years, Robina Uddin is in demand for her no-nonsense approach to raising children. Originally from the U.K., Nanny Robina has positively impacted the lives of families in the Middle East, the U.S., and Europe, prior to making Canada her new home in 1999. Her genuine love of children and international travel has shaped her solution-based expertise, helping parents to raise happy, healthy, and secure children. Teaching and training children is her passion.
Nanny Robina has a warm smile, an uplifting spirit, and a larger than life personality highlighted by her signature British accent. Her straight talking advice, and proven tools are based on clear, simple, and accredited strategies for dishing out loving discipline that helps families to find balance and produce a loving environment for their children. "My philosophy is to remain flexible," says Robina. "Routines are important, but if it's raining outside, let the kids put their boots on and splash around in some puddles." Adding fun to ordinary situations is what her brand of parenting is all about.
Well-known as the bubbly parenting expert on the hit Canadian TV program The Mom Show on Slice Network, Robina's tips and techniques have inspired parents on hot button issues like discipline, manners, play time, meal time, and sleep time. In fact, she has a 95% success rate with her strategy for putting babies to sleep--a skill that is in demand everywhere.
Nanny Robina is frequently interviewed by national media to share her expert opinion on handling babies, toddlers, young children, and teenagers. Attendees at parenting trade shows, seminars, her one-on-one consultations, and classroom workshops leave with informative and useful advice that fosters the healthy development of children - her primary concern.
"My work gives me great satisfaction and I love to see parents enjoy parenting as much as they enjoy their work," says Nanny Robina. "I want to teach parents how to give their children the tools to manage their own lives, tasks, needs, and goals."