An Au Pair for a back-to-work mom

When a mom needs go back to work, an Au Pair can be a great caregiver. The mom can leave her kids in the same home environment with a reliable family member who truly love kids.

Au Pairs also  have a lot of experience and education.  Many Au Pairs are infant qualified, college graduate and experienced with babies, infant multiples and even groups of children. Some Au Pairs are licensed kindergarten teachers who worked as nannies for several years.  Others are professional teachers, who have pedagogical education and  several years of work experience with children at school.

When mom is working, an Au Pair  is providing flexible in-home care and personalized child supervision. She can assist a host family with light household duties such as preparing  children’s meals and helping keep their rooms neat. She can help with laundry, car pooling and other tasks.

The Au Pair enjoys doing many things with host family’s children, keeping them busy with useful things, teaching them and having fun together. In addition, she can also oversee and enrich children’s playtime with international games, stories, and activities while exposing kids to another language and culture.

Kids really love their young nanny  Au Pair and willing to stay with her since she is animated, fun, and doesn’t mind getting down on the floor and play with the kids, sing songs, dance around, act silly and funny and not sit on the couch.

And when mom is at work she knows that her kids are at home, happy and safe with a qualified, trusted “family member”.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Suzan
    Sep 18, 2011 @ 08:57:09

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    Sep 22, 2011 @ 06:19:20

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