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Go Au Pair ‘s Au Pair Sis can help.

Au pair Sis is a major resource for both au pairs and Host Families in the United States. Her videos pinned at Pinterest start with the process of matching and continue through details like filing taxes and traveling internationally, maybe to Canada?

Need to know something specific about your program year? Want to understand the au pair program before you sign up? Just curious?

She’s also on Google. “Be here. Be happy.”

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Creamy guacamole

(Creamy Guacamole, Wikipedia: Public Domain)

What is harder than thinking up delicious (and nutritious) meals for Host Children—and doing it every day?

There is hope. Au Pair Sis has gathered an awesome collection of easy and fresh meals on her Pinterest page.

Southwestern soils grow good vegetables: kale, asparagus, avocado, and others. Avocadoes caught my eye, as they are favored in New Mexico cuisine. The featured link to yummly.com offers  awesome alternatives for avocadoes in guacamole. Is anything missing here? Only a local emphasis on green chile added to the guacamole. Yum!

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English: Red Pinterest logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia, Public Domain)

Babies love sensory play as much as Toddlers love to move!

Au Pair Sis has pinned 35 ways to play with your one year old to her Pinterest page. Yes, I know I am a little older than one, but who (of any age) can resist a rainbow gelatin sensory tub? Gelatin and Kool Aid are edible (make them a little sour to limit the amount sthe kiddos actually eat), and the colors are awesome. Using the bathroom for the play room makes clean up a snap.

Want more sensory tubs for your littlest ones? Here’s a link for more, with a chance to subscribe for updates.

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