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I LOVE my "Rose" too!! Only thing she doesn't live with us but we're working on it...

When we (the children in my family) were growing up Ours was named Anna! She may have come only once a week but what a wonderful thing to come home too! And my mom's relief made the whole thing even better. My hubby didn't have a Rose or Anna so it's really hard convincing him how great having one would be. oh well we still have time!

Awwww, Rose, that must have made you feel so special, so loved, and so appreciated!! How lucky Tertia, Adam, Kate, Max, and Marko are to have you in their lives! It must also be amazing to have found such a calling in your life and to get to do it every day. What a lucky family you all are!! So happy for you!

We have a Julia and I thank the universe (and her) for her everyday :-)

We have a 'Wendy'!

Mmmm I want a rose and I don't even have kids yet.

Tertia- just wanted to let you know you were mentioned in a magazine article here in Australia - as well as my blog. Take a peek at http://crazyladyramblings.blogspot.com/2009/08/out-of-blue.html

Rose is fabulous. I want someone just like her.

How old is Rose? Does she have any kids of her own?

We don't have a Rose. Two parents + one kid = we outnumber him. But it would've been lovely in the infant years to have an extra adult caregiver in the house.

The whole world loves your Rose, Tertia. She's a gem.

you're a lucky little f*cker, arencha?

i would give my left nut for a Rose.

I have a Rose! Except she goes by the name of Daisy! (Must be all the flower names)
Anyhoo - when we moved to SA from the UK last year, and aquired Daisy, my oldest son was 4! He loves Daisy! At his nursery school, he would talk about his baby brother and sister, his mum, his dad and ...Daisy! One day his teacher asked him who Daisy was. He thought about it for a while (there are no such daisys in england) and then proudly announced that Daisy was his cousin!!

sing it sister!

what i love is how your kids treat rose. so many kids don't have the respect and affection that a&k do for rose, and instead treat their nanny/domestic helper as someone with mild disdain and someone who is immediately meant to attend to messes, inconveniences and all chores. it's learned from their parents. you and marko have set a great example. no wonder rose enjoys working with you so much - she gets love and respect from all levels. that is very rare.

i have no children and now i wish i had a rose too...

We have a Peggy. And we don't even pay her!

I had an "ouma Nora" growing up. We loved her like a granny, and she treated all of us like we were part of her family. Sadly, she passed away last year, just after my mom passed away. Robbed of 2 wonderful women within 2 months. I now have a "Maria", but it's just not the same...

We have a Fatti (Fatima)- can't cope without her. Has been part of our family since the girls birth and has been living with us the last 3 years (travelled first 2 years).

I am DESPERATELY looking for a Rose... (no luck yet; first week at day care, one cold and one gastrointestinal infection). Does she have a sister??

I so want a Rose, in fact I'd gladly swap my partner for a Rose.
A Rose in the US would cost more than I make each month, I want to move to SA!

I have a "Kellie". Not live-in, but spends 50 hours a week with my children . We love her, the children love her. She is part of the family, yet she gets more respect than that and a good paycheck as well. When Kellie went on vacation for a week and half and my husband and I had to manage two jobs, travel for work, and my husband's one-year post-cancer checkups, we were once again reminded of how lucky we truly are to have Kellie. And the kids... as soon as she came back, they jumped on her lap and could not even be bothered to look at us. Thank you Kellie.

I am so, so jealous!

I want a Rose, she sounds like a sweetheart and you are lucky to have her :)

I want a Rose. In the US a Rose would cost more than I make in a year.

When I was growing up I had a Mary. She didn't live with us but came every day and I loved her. I would even go to her house on the weekends for sleepovers, you would think she would have been tired of me. She used to drink Tab and we had to watch her stories in the afternoon, soap operas. She was wonderful!

I am green with envy.

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