Making new decisions sometimes comes accompanied by insecurity, fears, anxiety … and so it happened to me. When I decided to become an Au Pair! Another country, with a new language and culture, to live and share a place with new people. But nowadays, I can guarantee that
How I know my host family is amazing:
I see the faith they have in me. And I see those incredible human beings they made. And here’s the secret: over time, I start to love their children as my own children too. I love and worry about you them. I dream about who they are going
Colombian Au Pair Finds Her Dream Family
During the last days of my rematch process, my faith was lost, but I received a message telling me something like, “We are looking for an Au Pair, we can have an interview in a few days.” I said yes, without hope. Our first interview
Hello! My name is Mariia and I’m from Ukraine! I want to thank my dear Gerzon family with whom I spent 2 amazing years of my American experience with. My family included my host mom Alla with 2 beautiful princesses, Mariella and Eliana, and golden-doodle Baila.
My name is Nancy Villalba and I would like to share my gratitude to my host family. I believe everybody needs to know how amazing they are and how they have changed and impacted my life in so many unexpected ways in such a short period of time.
Hey there, my name is Nick. I’ve been backpacking around the world for the last few years now and haven’t really had the stability of living in the same place for an extended period. Having to experience living away from the comfort of your home, family, and friends for
I never imagined that all this became a reality, at first it feels uncertain so many experiences of being an au pair are heard that you do not know if you are making a good decision when you leave your family
How being an Au Pair changed my life:
First, I learned to see life from a child’s perspective. Spending time with my children woke up la niña that I have inside, and I had a lot of fun.
I also learned a language by being in direct contact with native speakers. When I started my stay, I
In the past 10 months, Steve, Jackie, and Alex became my friend. To be exact, they became my family.
When I arrived in the United States, I felt strange and frightened about this country. Different cultures and different languages make me afraid to communicate with others in English. Jackie helped me
Life is better with a simple gesture.
My name is Raquel Vieira. And I’m 22 years old. I’m from Brazil and I’ve been living in the USA for 6 months.
This is my second time far from home, but sometimes it’s hard and all we want is to feel