Browsing Tag

Bilingual Parenting

REVIEWS

Arrorró, mi niño Bilingual Children’s Book Review

Bilingual Children’s Books: Arrorró, mi niño Arrorró, mi niño is excellent book for both parents who are fluent in Spanish and those who may not be fluent.  The author, Lulu Delacre, has lovingly pieced together and illustrated this book…

Uncategorized

Bicultural Parenting Confessions

Confessions of a Bicultural Mom This past year has been busier than ever and I’ve felt guilty too many times about living in the Midwest and about not immersing our daughter enough into Mexican culture.  It’s been hard.  We’re…

bicultural families, bicultural parenting, bicultural children, interracial families, biracial parenting, mixed race families, in laws
Uncategorized

Celebrating Small Victories in Bicultural Parenting

Bicultural Parenting: Celebrating Small Victories Today I’m sharing a guest post I wrote that was previously published on SpanglishBaby.com in July 2011.  Our families may not be perfect, but there are many small victories that are worth celebrating!  :)…

Uncategorized

Bilingual Books for Early Readers – Escucha Means Listen #FamiliaReads

Bilingual Books for Early Readers – Escucha Means Listen Escucha Means Listen is a bilingual children’s picture book for early readers, approximately ages 3-5.  Authored by Talia Aikens-Nuñez, Escucha Means Listen is simple and thoughtfully written.  It’s back and forth, English /…

bilingual parenting bicultural family
Uncategorized

Bilingualism & Bilingual Parenting {Multicultural Mondays}

Bilingual Parenting Isn’t Just About Language This is a Multicultural Mondays post!  To join in, CLICK HERE for details and come back to this post to add your link!  :) So many times I’ve been asked, “Why is raising bilingual kids so important?”…

Uncategorized

Parenting Bilingual Niños When You’re Not Fluent

Parenting Bilingual Niños Being the parent of a bilingual child isn’t always easy…especially when you’re not fluent. I’ve been teaching my daughter Spanish since birth…a few words here and there, never speaking in full conversations because I have absolutely no…

mejor juegos para ninos
MORE

5 Fun Spanish Game Sites for Kids!

Online Spanish Game Sites for Kids Are you teaching your little ones Spanish?  Here are 5 great sites for getting started that won’t make them feel like their getting a Spanish lesson.  ;)  They’re fun, super simple and have…

Uncategorized

Raising Bilingual Children: It’s the Little Things

Raising Bilingual Children: It’s the Little Things Not long ago we celebrated a big milestone in our home.  Our daughter learned to roll her R’s. In bilingual homes this is often a big deal, because rolling r’s doesn’t come…

words of affirmation for bilingual children
Uncategorized

Words of Affirmation for Bilingual Children

Words of Affirmation for Bilingual Children Today I came across this great Spanish/English printable for parents raising bilingual children.  It’s from an awesome bloguera, Unknown Mami and it’s basically a list of words and phrases for praising your kids…

Uncategorized

Fiesta Feminina by Mary-Joan Gerson

 Images via Barefoot Books Fiesta Feminina by Mary-Joan Gerson ~ THIS GIVEAWAY HAS CLOSED ~ Today marks day four of the anniversary celebration and giveaways!  A book that I really wanted to share is this feminist children’s book that…

Uncategorized

Bilingual Parenting: Journey Toward Spanish Fluency

Bilingual Parenting: Journey Toward Spanish Fluency Well, it’s been a while since I blogged about my journey towards being bilingual.  A while back, I wrote a post about losing my Spanish and how the criticism from family and friends…

Uncategorized

Bilingual Parenting – Infant & Toddler Spanish {The Basics}

We all know that raising bilingual niños is hard, and it’s even worse when you’re not even fluent yourself!  I’m struggling in this situation and I’m constantly looking for new phrases to use with my two year old that…

CULTURE

Conflicts & Blessings Between Borders

Conflicts & Blessings Between Borders Being the parent of a bilingual child isn’t always easy…especially when you’re not fluent. I’ve been teaching my daughter Spanish since birth…a few words here and there, never speaking in full conversations because I…

bicultural familia logo

Sign up to get our latest posts delivered to your email inbox for free!

You have Successfully Subscribed!