Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 through October 15. We celebrate the beauty of the Hispanic and Latino culture, heritage, music, food, language and embracing our new normal: bilingual, bicultural and multicultural families. We celebrate the contributions of Americans whose ancestors come from: Spain,  Mexico, The Caribbean,  Central America, and SouthRead More →

Day of the Dead is observed annually from November 1 through November 2 in Mexico, and many Latin American countries. However, I bet you didn’t know that it’s also celebrated in other parts of the world as well.  Intrigued? Well you’re in luck!   I’m over at Multicultural Kid BlogsRead More →