Here at Au Pair in America, we build things: cultural bridges, relationships, and so much more. So, in the spirit of building, we asked our community to participate in a unique challenge for LEGO Day!
Check out some of these incredible and inspiring LEGO structures from our au pairs and their host children across the country.
Alexandra from Germany, hosted in Ohio:
“Everything is awesome! Me and Luki had so much fun building this together. He built the ship and I built the harbour. Please notice the people, they’re workers that make the ship ready to take off and then the person that goes in the ship! It’s a trip to Antarctica to study the animals there. He learned so much about Antarctica in school, that’s why he wanted to build that! He’s such a smart little boy, often he just uses his imagination to build things, one time he built a bus so his sisters Hatchimos could drive around. As well as I know no one who loves building LEGO’s like Luki does, he’s so passionate about this. And always when you ask what he wishes for the answer would be a new LEGO set and he would always be so happy (well if he’s not having this set already 😄).”
Victoria from Austria, hosted in Massachusetts:
“We built a house (‘My Host families house’) and an airplane where I’m sitting in. It was actually Danny’s idea to make that😊 I asked him what he would like to build when he thinks of me being his Au Pair and he said: ‘My Victoria came with an airplane, so we should make one.’ I thought that was really cute 😊”
Hellen from Costa Rica, hosted in Massachusetts:
“The caption is ‘Our dream vacation in Costa Rica.’ The boys wanted to represent the day they go to Costa Rica for a vacation.”
Jade from South Africa, hosted in Virginia:
Judith from Spain, hosted in Illinois:
Manuela from Germany, hosted in Minnesota:
Build relationships and cultural bridges with Au Pair in America — host an au pair!