What's it really like having an au pair in the summer months? A German-Spanish family based in Barcelona shares their story.
Finding a productive partnership with your au pair
Liliam and her family recently moved from the Netherlands to Berlin and will soon welcome their sixth au pair.
Each family gets something different when they decide to have an au pair. Use our new tool to find out what your benefits would be!
What is it really like having an au pair? In our new blog series, host families from all around the world share their experiences.
Some weeks ago, we wrote about what ought to be done if an au pair was to accompany a host family on their holidays. Today we would like to focus on the other option: Below you will find some useful tips on what should be done if an au pair does not come along on the family trip.
Chontelle Bonfiglio, an expert on bilingual development and creator of the blog Bilingual Kidspot, explains in this guest post how au pairs can enrich your family experience with a second language.
The routines of everyday family life get all mixed up when a family heads out on a vacation trip. Thinking ahead will let you find the right role for your au pair during this time.
Building blocks for shared happiness – with your kids and your au pair
Sharing your home with a young person from abroad is a clever (and now quite easy) way to make the most of family life.
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