An Au Pair for a single parent.

Have you ever watched the movie TRADING MOM?

The movie is about a single mom, who is raising three kids alone and makes a serious effort to balance love and discipline. Her three  children, Elizabeth, Jeremy and Harry, commit  the riot act by their hard-working mom. The movie has a happy end but we see how struggle single mom alone  with three energetic kids. What is definitely not easy!

According the Census more than a quarter of America’s children live with one parent.

Many single families choose hosting an Au Pair because they need the second adult in the house, the mature partner who they can trust. Together they are working as a team raising children and having  fun as a family.

Being an Au Pair for a single parent is much different.  Since one parent is missing,  the Au Pair turns out to be an integral member of the family.

The Au pair becomes a responsible adult and a positive role model for the kids. She inspires and teaches  kids through her continual positive attitude and actions every moment – when she is working or having fun with the family.

An Au Pair gives parent some free time away from the kids knowing they are with someone they are safe and comfortable. They have an opportunity to relax, have a date and free time to go to the gym.

Here what is a single mom from my group said:

“My Au pair became a valued addition to my family. It is not easy to be a single parent, but with my Au Pair’s help, I feel more confident and secure.  I continue to repeat again and again to my Au Pair- thank you for being part of my family.”

Please take a look at Go Au Pair Agency new website.  We have a new logo, new colors, and a new name spelling!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Au Pair Munka
    Mar 12, 2011 @ 06:12:06

    Those kids look like a real challenge for a nanny/aupair:)

    Fun movie, will definitely watch it in the near future.


  2. aupair agencies
    Mar 17, 2011 @ 10:02:50

    many single parent families rely on Aupair and their help. Aupair normally become part of the family.


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