Happy birthday, Shero!

II would like to wish a very happy birthday and also give a warm welcome to the new Au Pair Shero Jia​. Shero is an Au Pair from China and she just recently joined the Philadelphia Bucks County cluster. It will be Shero’s second year of being an Au Pair. Happy birthday and warm wishes from the Philadelphia cluster, dear Shero!

Au Pair chinaWe love to interview our Au Pairs. Enjoy Shero’s interview.

What are your hobbies and interests? Hiking, drawing, handcraft.

What was the best event/happening during last month? Thanksgiving day.

What three adjectives best describe you? Optimistic, patient, active.

What places you visited you like the most? Yellowstone national park.

What was your favorite way to spend your free time in the USA? Travel.

What is your favorite thing about being an au pair? Go different place,meet different friends, more independent.

What do you like about being an au pair in America, with Go Au Pair ? Through the agency make me feel more safe.

What has been your best experience living in the US? Live with American family here.

What is the most valuable lesson you have learned that being an au pair has taught you? Try my best to answer the kids ‘why’ questions . ❤

How do you like the experience being a part of an American family? Good. I learn a lot from my host family.

What are new things you experienced? For me , many new things. I thought a lot before, now I did a lot.

What place would you like to visit? All the wonderful place.

What was the best complement you have ever received? American Driving license.

What are two things that you consider yourself to be very good at? Smiling and crying.

We want to wish you all the love and happiness in the world, and laughing and crying only from pleasure and joy.  Happy birthday, Shero!

How to welcome your new Au Pair.

Here are several tips for the  Host Family  on how to welcome a new Au Pair when she arrives.

  • Have their room ready and clean with a waste paper basket and laundry basket .
  • Prepare a welcome sign made by the children and a small arrival gift or basket
  • Ask about their room (do they have everything they need).
  • Help them call home to let their parents know they are now with their host family
  • Ask them how you can make them feel welcome in regards to cultural differences, food, customs, etc.
  • Spend the entire first week showing them everything in your home and in the neighborhood.
  • Introduce your au pair to your neighbors and friends.
  • Ask your au pair questions about their home, their country, their family, and ask to see the pictures they brought with them.
  • Give her a few days to unpack, rest and become acclimated to the host family’s home.

Help your au pair feel welcome and that they are truly part of your family.

                             

You can find more information about  how to welcome your new Au Pair here

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