International Au Pairs Get Festive For Fall
Fall traditions are many of our au pairs’ favorite cultural exchange activities; there’s nothing equivalent to carving a pumpkin in the majority of their home countries! This October, au pairs and host families embraced the cooling temps and changing leaves at events hosted by their Local Coordinators.
Atlanta au pairs and host families gathered at a local park.
Au pairs in Eastside Seattle conquered a corn maze and picked up pumpkins.
Michigan au pairs celebrated Host Family Day.
Au pairs in upstate New York attended the Festival of Nations.
Connecticut au pairs soaked up the sunshine at the beach.
Au pairs in New Jersey enjoyed crafts and snacks at Host Family Day.
Virginia au pairs had a blast at the pumpkin patch.
Denver au pairs attended a football game at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Au pairs in Baltimore threw a bridal shower for au pair Stephanie.
Houston au pairs carved pumpkins for the very first time.
Au pairs in New York experimented with autumnal crafts.
North Carolina au pairs went bowling with their host families.
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