When our baby was six months old he visited Puerto Rico for the first time. We went during the festivities of the Three Kings also known as the Epiphany celebrated on January 6. The Epiphany is the celebration of the three wise men who followed the star to Bethlehem to
One of the first books in English that I bought for my son was Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. This book is a classic, and indeed my son’s favorite bedtime story. I was surprised to see that even after 65 years this book is still an all-time favorite. Goodnight
In the first Worldwide Culture Swap that we participated in we were paired with 4 more families. Two from the USA: Florida and Hawaii (you can read more about the contents of these two states here), and two other countries: Norway and South Africa. We were assigned to Group 66!
This month’s host for the September Blogging Carnival on Bilingualism is Leanna from All Done Monkey. My blog post “My Challenges Raising a Bilingual Child” was featured in this month’s September Blogging Carnival on Bilingualism . I especially enjoyed the layout of the carnival: Ways to Encourage Bilingualism Language Development
I absolutely love reading to our son. He looks forward to story time with Mommy, and we read 2 or 3 books at a time. We have plenty of books about shapes, colors, animals, in both English and/or Spanish, and our latest addition is about celebrating his diversity. I purchased
When we found out we were pregnant with our son I wanted him to be proud of who he was. I wanted him to celebrate his beautiful, and colorful diversity. His multiculturalism, and his heritage. It wasn’t until he was 3 1/2 years old that I found a great way to talk
Being engaged, and getting to marry the love of my life was one of the happiest days of my life. Planning a bicultural wedding was so much fun that I actually wanted to bring everything about my Puerto Rican heritage to our wedding! (Shells, and all! But I’ll leave that
Pinterest has spiked my ideas when it comes to kiddie crafts for our son, and I had pinned this Slimy and Sensacional Espaguetis Sensory Tub. Making “Colorful Wiggly Worms“ We tried this over the Spring on a boring Sunday afternoon. I filled containers with food coloring to make the colored water and 1 1/2 pounds