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My sister Charlotte was born when I was seven and my mother decided she needed a nanny to took after us. So we get Alison. She was very young,

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seventeen I think, and wonderful. I adored her. She only worked part-time with us before she started her training at Norland College. She had to drees in the morning and take me to school. After school she made us delicious teas and read us stories in bed. On Charlott's birthday she organized a fantas- tic party. When Alison left, we had a trained nanny who lived with us and worked full-time. She was called Nanny Barnes by everyone, including my parents. She was older and quite traditional and wore a uniform. It was then that I realized that I wanted to be a nanny. I have always got on well with children. I have always enjoyed taking care of my sister and youger cousins. I told Mummy very firmly that I wanted to be a nanny when I grew up. At the time she lauged. I know that she and Daddy thougt it was just a childish phase I was going through, but it wasn't. They thought I would follow in my father's footsteps and study law. But i didn't. There were some terrible rows but I didn't go to university. I left school and spent a year working at Ludgrove School, where Prince William used to go. Then I stated my training course at Norland College. I finished the course last month and I've applied for the post of nanny to twins aged six months. Mummy and Daddy weren't angry for long, we made it up before I went to college, and they have encouraged me ever since.

Yulyasha2000 16 марта 2014 г., 4:09:17 (4 года назад)
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Моя сестра Шарлотта родилась, когда мне было семь, и моя мать решила, что ей нужна Няня для погнались за нами. Итак, мы получаем Элисон. Она была очень молода, лет семнадцати, я думаю, и прекрасно. Я обожал ее. Она работала только часть времени с нами, прежде чем она начала свою подготовку в Норланд колледжа. Ей пришлось drees утром и отвезти меня в школу. После школы она заставила нас вкусный чай и читали нам сказки в постели. На ltym hj;ltmt Ifhkjnnsона организовала девушек - тик партии. Когда Элисон ушла, мы были обученные няни, который жил с нами и работал полный Рабочий день. Она называлась Нянюшка Барнс все, в том числе и мои родители. Она была старше, и вполне традиционные и носил мундир. Именно тогда я понял, что хочу быть няней. Я всегда ладил с детьми. Мне всегда нравилось заботиться о моей сестре и youger двоюродные братья. Я сказал, Мама очень крепко, что я хотел быть няней, когда я рос. В то время она lauged. Я знаю, что она и Папа thougt это было просто по-детски этап, я переживала, но это не так. Они думали, что я мог бы следовать по стопам отца и изучать право. Но я не. Там были какие-то страшные строки, но я не пошел в университет. Я оставил школу и провел год, работая в Ludgrove Школы, где принц Уильям ходите. Тогда я заявил мое обучение в Норланд колледжа. Окончил курс в прошлом месяце, и я применяться на должность Няня для близнецов в возрасте шести месяцев. Мама и Папа не рассердился долго, мы это придумали, прежде чем я пошел в колледж, и они поощряли меня до сих пор.

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