Multicultural Parenting

The Talk The Conversation That We Are Dreading
The Talk The Conversation That We Are Dreading

I have sat on this post for many days, writing, re-writing and looking for a perfect title. I’ll be honest, I was at a loss for words. How do we have this conversation with our sweet 9 year old?

¡Bienvenidos! Welcome!

I’m Frances a native Spanish speaker, married to a Southern gentleman and a multicultural & Latina mamá to a tween.  I started blogging when my son was 4 years old. 

This blog is the story of our lives, a multicultural family living, learning and discovering the world through our son’s eyes.

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