Thank you to the Au Pair for the love and commitment to the kids and much more…

Dear Au Pair,
In this week of Thanksgiving, here are many reasons –  that the Host Families are thankful for.

Our special Thanks for all your love and commitment to our children.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

…for willingness to come into our lives

…for sharing your adventure with us

…for being an essential member and valued addition to our family

…for your hard work to care for the kids

…for your patience and understanding

…for inspiring and teaching kids every moment

…for being a positive role model for the kids

…for opening kids’ eyes to the world outside of the U.S. and helping them to learn a new language

…for giving us an opportunity to relax, have a date and time for ourselves

…for cooking delicious dishes from your country and sharing with us the secrets 🙂

…for willingness to help when we were too timid to ask you

…for  capturing the treasured memories and pictures of our family 🙂

…for unforgettable cultural experience you brought into our home

Thank you for what you have given to our family!

Thank you for being outstanding an Au Pair 🙂

Thank you again, and again, we love you……… and Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Would you also like to say thank your Au Pair for something??  Come join.

An Au Pair and children activities- I need your helping hand

Lend me your hand,  I need your help.

If your host children are small or not craft lovers, these fun and easy holiday craft projects are for them. http://www.craftjr.com/handprint-keepsake-thanksgiving-plate-craft/

Kids will want to lend a helping hand with this hand print turkey project!

An Au  Pair with children may also create a beautiful decoration peace for  Thanksgiving .

A  turkey plate makes a wonderful souvenir that Au Pairs and Host Family will cherish for years to come.

Have Fun!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Host families and Au Pairs, thank you for coming to a Family Day Conference!

Two times a year goAUPAIR’s Families and Au Pairs come together for a  Family Day Conference. This is a great opportunity to meet other Host Families and Au Pairs and have fun together. This Family Day Conference at Peddler’s Village in New Hope, PA  was a very special  time for everyone.

Here is my report for those who couldn’t attend it.

We met at Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center. This is a great place for the whole family with a lot of things to keep children busy.  While children had fun going through as many activities as they could, we had a lot of interesting conversation between families and Au Pairs.  After lunch at the Painted Pony Café we enjoyed the beauty of  Peddler’s Village. The weather was very special, sunny and warm.

There was the 32nd Annual Scarecrow Competition & Display at Peddler’s Village with more than 100 colorful scarecrow designs.  We were surprised with the creativity of all of the participants.

We found the scarecrows “not scary”, but mostly sweet and friendly creations of what I would call “community arts”.

We really enjoyed our Family Day Conference!

Thank you for coming and I look forward to seeing you all in 2011 Philadelphia Book Festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway next year!

See you there!

Next Newer Entries

%d bloggers like this: