Did I mention that the Boston group has invited the Providence group to join them at the EarthFest in Boston on May 18, 2013? It is a family-friendly free concert on the Esplanade in Boston and Go Au Pair will be there! I am sure that many families will be in attendance as well, and I have extended the invitation, again, to my families both with and without Au Pairs. Please come and meet the other families and Au Pairs, talk about the cultural child care experience and see if it sounds right for you and your family.
Unfortunately for me, I am unable to attend this one (and I was planning on it!) because my eldest child will be running in a track meet that day, and as a super-supportive mom and former runner myself, I find myself with a decision. I know the EarthFest will be there again next year, as it has for 20 years now, and the Boston group may just make it an annual event (they went last year). I do not know where my little girl will be in a year? Will she join track next year? Who knows, but I know I must go and see her run and wish my friends and Go Au Pair families a fun time. I will look forward to Joyce’s blog and photos, which I hope she will share after the event in May!
My name is Joan Lowell and I am the Local Area Representative for Go Au Pair in the Providence, RI area. Visit our page at http://www.goaupair.com/Providence or contact me directly with your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.309.1925.
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