Perfect Au Pair for Babies!

Do you have babies? Planning to return to work soon? As a mom of six of my own sweet ones, I know the importance of peace-off-mind required, no, demanded, when you leave baby for the first time. I prefer to leave my babies home, safe with their own stuff, cared for by a member of the family whenever possible. This next candidate, or any Au Pair, can make your dreams come true, since Au Pairs literally become trusted, contributing members of your family when they live with you for a year or more.

Ana Silvia is a 27 year old experienced Au Pair, Nanny and Babysitter, already living in the US, originally from El Salvador. She is completing her first year as an Au Pair with Go Au Pair and is seeking a second year with a Host Family from Go Au Pair, starting at the end of November. She prefers a traditional married couple with kids two years or younger.

Ana speaks English (rated fair, or 3 out of 5) and Spanish. She is a high school graduate with over 2,800 hours of documented experience caring for children under age two. That makes Ana highly qualified to care for your little ones when you go back to work. She says she likes to listen to music, cook and is enthusiastic about cultural exchange.

Previous references say Ana is lovely, responsible, hardworking, dedicated, and honest.

Au Pairs can work split shifts and their schedules can be flexible with yours. Having live-in help provides you the greatest flexibility to attend school events, appointments, or other responsibilities while still maintaining the flow of your household. Au pairs can help get kids ready in the morning & handle the after school rush, allowing you time to make dinner, sit and chat with the kids about their day, or run out and get those errands done by yourself.

My name is Joan Lowell; I am the Go Au Pair LAR (Local Area Rep) for Providence, RI. We are accepting families anywhere in the RI, CT, MA region. Please contact me at jlowell@goaupair.com or 401-309-1925 for more info about Au Pair childcare.

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