My french au Pair at Vicenza

February 17, 2014

Hello Ines,
I just wanted to let you know that Margot returned home to France yesterday.  There were a lot of tears when we said goodbye at the airport and we are missing her terribly.  She is a very special young woman and I want to thank you for finding her for us.  Especially since it was on very short notice.  I could not have asked for a better au pair.
She became part of the family during the year she was with us and we hope to visit with her again in the future.
Thank you for all the help you have provided me and my family.
Warm Regards.
M. Lew

A nice month as an au pair!

September 14, 2011

Everything went well. I didn’t have any problem, except in Italian at the beginning but my family was also speak English with me. The family was great and we’ve really shared our different cultures.  I’d like to be an au pair again!

I’m generally a very patient and laid back person, happy and positive. My personality helped me to adapt to the family’s way of life. I often did not agree with the mother’s style of parenting but that is not for me to comment upon, as she is the mother and I am just a babysitter. The mother was keen for me to speak in English and act as a teacher to her son, rather than as a general babysitter, because she was there most of the time, monitoring her child’s learning and progress. Generally the family are very nice people, but very over protective over their children. I would like to say a thank to you Euroma for finding me the family and giving me such a wonderful opportunity. One of your staff members “M.”, became a very good friend to me in Rome and we had a wonderful time together, she was an asset to your agency. I would very much like to do au pair again. I am now preparing for a university course in teacher training. Once I am a qualified English teacher, perhaps I will return to Rome and work in an international school! I certainly have travel plans. Once again: many many thanks Euroma!