By |2019-12-13T17:18:55+00:00February 19th, 2019|Archive|
My latest ah-ha moment of when Mariia has truly become part of our family was when my 6-year-old, Mariella, needed to go to the hospital after an injury in gymnastics class. Imagine the worst happening in the middle of gymnastics class and your child comes out bleeding
By |2019-12-13T17:19:09+00:00February 19th, 2019|Archive|
In the fall of 2016, our 3rd child- Graham Michael Rosenthal was born. Graham was our 3rd boy. I could not believe he was our third boy. Graham’s older brothers, Drew (4 years at the time) and Bennett (2 years at the time), were already the most
By |2019-12-13T17:19:23+00:00February 13th, 2019|Archive|
Winning 2019 Love My Au Pair nomination:
We’ve had our au pair, Jolin, for over one year now and we honestly cannot imagine life without her. Her impact on our daughters Chloe (3 years) and Catie (21 months) has been immeasurable. Jolin’s kindness, compassion, and unwavering patience have been evident from day one in our household.
By |2019-08-06T10:20:00+00:00November 26th, 2018|Archive|
Host Parents Jake & Rachel made one exchange student’s dream come true by asking her to be their Au Pair. But for Adriana, it meant more than just fulfilling her dream of becoming an Au Pair– in this unique situation, she was able to Au Pair for two of her best friends.
Jake & Rachel are
By |2019-08-06T10:20:11+00:00October 9th, 2018|Archive|
Topic: How the Au Pair Program Has Impacted Your Life
Reezah, from South Africa, talks about his experience and how his life has been forever changed by the U.S. Au Pair Program in this interview with
By |2019-08-06T10:20:27+00:00October 3rd, 2018|Archive|
20 (Generic) Cultural Differences Between Ukraine and the USA
- Parents often send their children to the store for bread or salt, and it’s normal for children to walk themselves to school from age 6 or 7
By |2019-08-06T10:20:39+00:00September 28th, 2018|Archive|
Topic: Career Development, Travel, & Cultural Differences
Are you wondering how to develop career goals as an Au Pair? Are you a Host Family who likes the idea of contributing to your Au Pair’s future when they return home?
In this interview, Au Pair Marina shares how she’s been able to develop career goals as an Au Pair.
By |2019-08-06T10:20:49+00:00September 12th, 2018|Archive|
Au Pair Carmen Duran, of Ecuador, wrote to Go Au Pair to nominate the Mooney Family for the 2018 #LoveMyHostFamily Contest. Her incredible story made 3rd place, and it isn’t hard to see why.
A United Family
Carmen says her Host Family is a “united family.” She calls her Host Parents “a vision of what I want
By |2019-08-06T10:24:26+00:00September 12th, 2018|Archive|
Ale Cuervo joined the Au Pair program because she enjoys working with children. In her hometown of Bogota, Colombia, she worked as a neonatal nurse and “spent most of [the] time taking
By |2019-12-10T11:08:17+00:00September 6th, 2018|Archive|
Au Pair Danel Wagenaar expected a “kind and amazing” Host Family; in fact, she says her “expectations were really high.”
But the Pierce Family went above and beyond to help their new Au Pair get the most from her time in the U.S. Their story has already captured the hearts of thousands of people who voted