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Dear Mr. /Mrs. Hi, my name is Huang Wei, and my English name is Jenny. I am a Beijinger. Beijing is the capital of China, it is also the place I was born and raised. When I was a child, I lived in a courtyard homes with my grandparents family, and 3 uncles, an aunt and their families lived here, its a big family for me. I have 5 cousins, we didnt have many things we can do in that era, so we played games in the yard everyday, and it was my happy time in my memory. That is why I like sharing, and also group activities. As China develops, life is more comfortable and convenient in modern city, there are many skyscrapers, and people are separated by the high buildings. But fortunately, we are connected by internet, and the offline communities include meet-up groups, recreational clubs, interest groups and membership societies. I attend some clubs, and we play badminton, swim and hike together on weekend sometimes. I also like going to party and movie with my friends. Drawing and listening music are the other side of me when I enjoy my own time. But my favorite hobby is travelling. I have always thought I am a lucky person, because I have an older sister who I grew up with, who I can talk my secrets. She doesnt live with me, because she has been married for 15 years, and living in her own house. But we have really good relations, and we love each other. We like to travel together when we are available. I live with my parents now, even I am already 37. I dont want to move out, and they have the same thinking. Because they are already 70 years old, I am very cherish the time to spend with them. I know they love me very much, and supporting me all the time. After I graduated from college in 1998, I did some jobs in different field, such as secretary, assistant, accounting etc. I started to be a Chinese language teacher ten years ago, and I studied the major of TCSL (Teaching Chinese as a second language) in Beijing Language University. I am enjoying communicating with the people from all over the world, and my students are mostly Westners. I have learned how to be independent and confident, how to live passionately from them. I remembered that I got a chance to act in a short film once, but I am too shy, so I wanted to give it up. When my foreign friends knew it, they encouraged me. Finally, I did it, because I had their company. I had a good experience in another life, we had much fun together. My experience for looking after kids is about my nephew. He is 3 years, and I love him very much. I started to talk to him when he was in her mothers stomach. I have patience to him, maybe because I am a teacher. I was proud that I taught him to crawl and jump. Now he is getting bigger, and he can eat and wear by himself, so my duty is just to play games and watch cartoons with him, and teaching him Chinese characters. I think kids need our encouragement and love. A three-year-old kid is a little rebellious, because he already has independent thought and he shows his affection on his own terms. I remember it was a nice day, my sister wanted to drive us to a park, we told him the plan, and then start to prepare our stuffs. No one keeps an eye on him, and he suddenly ran to the toy room, and threw the toys everywhere. We didnt know why his behavior is strange. We asked him what happened loudly, he said angrily, I dont want to go park, I want you read the book. He calmed down when I read the book, and then I said You know I like to read the book for you, but why you threw your toys everywhere and didnt tell me directly? The room is very mess, no one like to come here, lets tidy up together, ok? And you can choose a book you like, we will bring it to the park. He became happy. I think he just needs our attention, and playing with him, but he doesnt know how to express on right way. For kids, our love is most important. Its human nature, even for adults. If its true love, we feel happier and more active in our life. For my impressive experience about getting along with kids, I learnt it from my students kids. My student is a British, and her family lives in Singapore. She invited me to teach her and her three kids Chinese in Singapore for two weeks in 2012. Her kids have different characters and hobbies. The oldest girl is Zoe, 11 years old, and the youngest girl is Darcey, 7 years old. The only boy is Magnus, 9 years old. At the first day I arrived, the three kids said hello to me politely, and then they didnt know what could speak to me. I am a stranger for them. And we had a big trouble at the first class, they fight each other because of a patty thing. Zoe ran back her own room and locked the door, I could not get in. Her mother told me she was very rebellious recently. So I had been talking to her outside her windows for long time, but she said nothing back to me. However, I knew she was listening. Finally she came out and spoke to everyone. I knew she started to like me, because she invited me to jump on their trampoline with them. We had the first communication each other on the trampoline. We were jumping and laughing, they asked some questions about me. Zoe and I had kept the good relations since then, I invited her to go Beijing for a week, and she could stay with me in my house. The kids studied with me, we played games together, and their mother took us to visit the country. During the two weeks, I had learned a lot about them. Zoe likes reading books, and she told me she wanted to be a writer in future, and she is very emotional. Magus is very clever and insightful. He is good at skateboards and computer games. I understood their thinking and their way. But the time was going very fast, I had to come back my home, but their happy faces are unforgettable in my mind. And it is a big pleasure for me when my friend told me that her son said I think Jenny is the best Chinese teacher I have met., I know it is about their trust and dependence. My only experience for old people is about my parents, they are about 70. They dont think they are too old, because they have good health, so they dont need much help from me now. I just cook Chinese food for them usually. I am interested on cooking because I like food. I know I love them very much, and I often stay and chat with them after dinner in living room. Over the weekend, sometimes we make dumplings together, or we go to a nice restaurant, park and supermarket together. Of course, as a young person, I require skill in dealing with old people or come into conflicts. My experience is about respect, toleration, understanding and concession. But the most important thing is also about love. When you love them, you are willing to do everything for them. I have some experience about life in my age, so I am more mature and responsible now. I use my head to do things. I try to understand and communicate effectively with other people. You probably want to know why I decided to leave my country, my stable life and move to Canada. Because I think I am still young, I have the chance to have some different experience in my life, I am eager to learn the value of life. Certainly, I have some plans, and I will achieve them step by step. And there is an obvious reason that I hope I can speak English like my mother tongue. Canada is a peaceful and beautiful country for me, and it is also very far away from my country, so I am glad that I have a chance to know and learn her culture and civilization. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to speak about my thinking and my experience. Sincerely yours, Jenny My experience for looking after kids is about my nephew. He is 3 years, and I love him very much. I started to talk to him when he was in her mothers stomach. I have patience to him, maybe because I am a teacher. I was proud that I taught him to crawl and jump. Now he is getting bigger, and he can eat and wear by himself, so my duty is just to play games and watch cartoons with him, and teaching him Chinese characters. I think kids need our encouragement and love. A three-year-old kid is a little rebellious, because he already has independent thought and he shows his affection on his own terms. I remember it was a nice day, my sister wanted to drive us to a park, we told him the plan, and then start to prepare our stuffs. No one keeps an eye on him, and he suddenly ran to the toy room, and threw the toys everywhere. We didnt know why his behavior is strange. We asked him what happened loudly, he said angrily, I dont want to go park, I want you read the book. He calmed down when I read the book, and then I said You know I like to read the book for you, but why you threw your toys everywhere and didnt tell me directly? The room is very mess, no one like to come here, lets tidy up together, ok? And you can choose a book you like, we will bring it to the park. He became happy. I think he just needs our attention, and playing with him, but he doesnt know how to express on right way. For kids, our love is most important. Its human nature, even for adults. If its true love, we feel happier and more active in our life. For my impressive experience about getting along with kids, I learnt it from my students kids. My student is a British, and her family lives in Singapore. She invited me to teach her and her three kids Chinese in Singapore for two weeks in 2012. Her kids have different characters and hobbies. The oldest girl is Zoe, 11 years old, and the youngest girl is Darcey, 7 years old. The only boy is Magnus, 9 years old. At the first day I arrived, the three kids said hello to me politely, and then they didnt know what could speak to me. I am a stranger for them. And we had a big trouble at the first class, they fight each other because of a patty thing. Zoe ran back her own room and locked the door, I could not get in. Her mother told me she was very rebellious recently. So I had been talking to her outside her windows for long time, but she said nothing back to me. However, I knew she was listening. Finally she came out and spoke to everyone. I knew she started to like me, because she invited me to jump on their trampoline with them. We had the first communication each other on the trampoline. We were jumping and laughing, they asked some questions about me. Zoe and I had kept the good relations since then, I invited her to go Beijing for a week, and she could stay with me in my house. The kids studied with me, we played games together, and their mother took us to visit the country. During the two weeks, I had learned a lot about them. Zoe likes reading books, and she told me she wanted to be a writer in future, and she is very emotional. Magus is very clever and insightful. He is good at skateboards and computer games. I understood their thinking and their way. But the time was going very fast, I had to come back my home, but their happy faces are unforgettable in my mind. And it is a big pleasure for me when my friend told me that her son said I think Jenny is the best Chinese teacher I have met., I know it is about their trust and dependence.

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Phone Number
Years of Experience 3
Age Group Newborn
Infants
Primary School
Availability Live In
Full Time
Long Term
Language English
Chinese Mandarin
Pay Negotiable
Hourly
Services Pet Care
Swimming Supervision
Homework Supervision
Gardening
Training Early Childhood Education
Foodsafe
Midwife
Work Eligibility Sponsorship Required
Household Light Housekeeping
Meal Preparation
Groceries
Own Transportation
Errands
Laundry
Number of Children 2
Twins Or Multiple Children Yes

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