Hi everyone! I’m Barbora and this is my introduction to my au pair life.
Au Pair Life
As International Au Pair Day is coming up, we reached out to some of our ex au pairs to hear how Au Pair in America impacted their lives in the best way possible.
Lets face it, Spooky Season is secretly our favorite. From dressing up in costumes, eating candy to arts and crafts…we basically get to be a kid again! What’s even better is that there are SO many awesome things you can do with your host kids to get into the Halloween festivities.
Hello again guys! Last time I wrote a blog post summer was still holding a very tight grip around Boston, but finally two weeks ago my favorite season arrived, namely Autumn.
Hi guys! It’s been a while since you last heard from me, but the biggest change is that now I’m here in the States! I’ve officially been here in Boston for 50 days and I’m loving it!
We say this ALL the time but it’s so true, so we’ll say it again! Your Au Pair in America experience lasts much longer than the 12 months you spend…
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Au Pair friends really are the best friends. And there’s no finer example of that than, Nerea and Martyna. Let’s set…
Introducing our latest addition to the Au Pair in America blogger team – Isabella from Brazil!
“A couple of months ago, I started my au pair adventure. And each day, I’m feeling more and more sure that I made the right choice.”
Meet this month’s Au Pair Buddies of the Month: Bianca and Jennifer from Italy!
“I’m not sure if I want a stay-at-home-mom, I’m afraid that she will look over my shoulder and that I don’t get along with her!” These were my thoughts in the beginning of my application process, before I even had one interview. I think that this a common prejudice and in some cases it can be true. But I also believe that if you choose your family wisely and talk to the family about any concerns you have, it will turn out good for you.