Katie loving it in Seattle.

Being an Au pair in the United States has changed my life in so many ways. I have been here in Seattle for 1year and 7 months now. I take care of a 11yr old boy, 8yr old girl and a 6yr old boy. When I first arrived here I was greeted by my host mother Sally with a lovely bunch of flowers and a warm smile. Yes at first everything is new and scary but you soon get used to everything.
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Tiffany has the time of her life in America as an Au Pair

Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” This quote sums up my time in America so far. I have been lucky enough to get to explore and discover America, visiting places I could only dream of.
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Kiwi Zeta and her time in USA as an Au Pair in America

Hey, my name is Zeta and I live in Olney, Maryland.
I look after two girls a 9 year old, and 7 years old who has Cerebral Palsy as part of my year with the Au Pair in America Program. I have been here for 10 months now and have enjoyed it all!
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A Typical week for Erin as a Kiwi Au Pair in America

I am Erin and I live in Northern Virginia, near Washington D.C. and look after one little girl. She was one when I arrived, and turns two next month, just days before my one year anniversary as an Au Pair.