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Hiring an au pair or nanny to join you on vacation to take care of your children is a great idea. You'll have more time for yourself, enjoy the vacation you deserved for so long and worked so hard for, and your children will have someone completely dedicated to them and their needs, plus an extra amount of fun and excitement. Unfortunately I'd like to stop you right there. Yes, you deserve to go on that dream vacation but asking an au pair to join you on a holiday is also about hosting a guest and respecting that. Here are 3 of the biggest mistakes host-families make when taking an au pair/nanny on vacation.

I noticed whenever I write a personal post, I'm either very sad or very happy. I'm nothing in-between like today, never, and I want to change that. Even though I like to look back at my personal posts I've been feeling very conscious about them the last few months, I've been worried that a lot of you might think I'm a negative person. I'm not an optimist, I know that for a fact, but I'm not a pessimist either, I'm a realist and a dreamer.

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