Au pair in Germany
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
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Azalia from Mexico 2018

“Some things cannot be taught; they must be experienced. You never learn the most valuable lessons in life until you go through your own journey.”

-           Roy T.Bennett

 

Hello, I’ m Azalia, I am 19 years old, I am from Durango, México and I’m the aupair of the best host family: the Burkerts.

My adventure began with the first videocall we had. My heart was won over from the beginning by this beautiful family.

Now I have 9 months living with them and I can say it is the best experience I have had.

The Burkert family consists of Sabrina (Mom), Dominik (Dad), Benedikt (5 years old) , Leon ( 3 years old) and the little Joschua (1 year old).

Living with new people and speaking a new language is difficult but my host family has always made me feel at home.

Being the au pair of them changed my life, we have shared smiles, tears, anger and lots of fun.

Every day they teach me the true meaning of life, every day I become a little girl with them again, dancing, singing, painting and so on....

I love being with them, they just bring out the best of me, they make my life bliss, of course there are difficult days, but we have good communication.

I always feel a part of the family and I will never stop thanking Sabrina and Dominik for always giving me support and treating me like a daughter.

Being an au pair is great, I have my own squad at home, one day we can be pirates, the next day maybe Picassos, even we can make ourselves a fashion day with costumes or do a horse race (I'm always the horse) and a casino day. Why not? Playing Maumau, Memory or Lotteria.

But every stage has an end and I found this quote that I really liked.

 

“Ends are not bad things, they just mean that something else is about to begin. And there are many things that don´t really end, anyway they just begin again in a new way. Ends are not bad and many ends are not really an ending; some things are never ending.”

-           C. JoyBell C.

 

Now comes the end of this chapter, I can still remember the first day I came to live here, with fear, expectations and dreams. Everything was in my favor by the time, I really enjoyed every single day cause to be honest, I didn't take being an Au Pair as an obligation. I love to spend hours with these little kids and I will always spend as much time as possible with them.

I wish I could be there to watch them grow and share more moments and experiences.

But I have three months left and I will enjoy the time with them.

I am very happy to have known about the AuPair Care program. Because I will take back to Mexico: new experiences, many souvenirs, a new Azalia, a new family and also, I will leave a piece of my heart with them, which will always be in Ketsch with the Burkert family.