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?
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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There are very few books featuring Afro-Latino children and stories in Spanish. So I’m pleased to share these recommendations in español! Please note that the excerpts for each book are in Spanish. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase I’ll receive a small monetary compensation. Thanks!
For the past six years I’ve reviewed books for Multicultural Children’s Book Day, and this year I am honored to co-host together with an amazing group of blogger friends. Disclosure: I was gifted a copy of the following books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Pastelillos de guayaba y queso are a guava and cream cheese pastry. Some people call them pastelitos, others call them pastelillos. Me? I call them pastelillos because that’s how I learned to call these tasty and delish treats. Nevertheless, we can all agree that whether they’re called pastelitos or pastelillos
Although my Black/Latino child is no longer a little kid I still love to share with him classics featuring a Black Santa Claus. Here are six children’s book featuring a Black Santa that your children will love! Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase I’ll receive
What’s a great way to get some kids together to celebrate the holidays and share your culture? You throw a Christmas party with a Latin flair! Throughout the years, I’ve been called the “hostess with the mostess.” You see as a mom of one and living away from family and
What to do with games that your child no longer plays with? I’ve had this box of Jenga (knock-off brand) hanging around the house for a while. I hate to throw things out so I repurposed it into these Jenga Christmas ornaments. Aren’t they cute?? What do you need? I
Aunque existan países que reclaman un postre o el otro como suyo, la verdad es que muchas veces ese postre existe en nuestro país de origen pero con otro nombre. O sea, que los postres “ni son de aquí, ni de allá” como decía la India María (de seguro alguien
While researching Native American food I didn’t realize how similar they are to South American cuisine. It comes to show that all of the indigenous tribes in the Americas are connected through food. Today I’m excited to share five tasty indigenous recipes you can make to celebrate Native American Heritage