Thursday, April 15, 2010

Blog Party

Ultimate Blog Party 2010


I am participating in the 2010 Ultimate Blog Party hosted by 5 minutes for Mom. I am supposed to introduce myself so here it goes....

I am a the mother of two wonderful little boys that we are raising bilingual. I am a "gringa" that teaches Spanish part-time and my husband's family is originally from Mexico. We are very dedicated to raising our sons bilingually so that they can communicate with their father's side of the family. I wrote an article for Spanglish Baby discussing our Christmas traditions as a bicultural family.
Photo by Adriana Villalobos

Photo by Adriana Villalobos

In my blog I discuss:
the toddler and preschool activities that I do with my children (in Spanish, of course!)
challenges of raising bilingual children
learning a third language (we just added French to the mix.)
Spanish books that we love to read
foreign languages CD's, movies, and other products that we love
our favorite toys in our weekly Toys my Children Actually Play with McLinkey

5 comments:

  1. Nice to meet you! I'm sure people will still be partying long after the party officially closes, there's a lot of great blogs out there!

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  2. Hi! I found you through the blog party. CUTE blog! I am looking forward to reading about your toy suggestions. I'd also love to have you stop by my blog as well. Blessings!

    ourcountryroad.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi crossing over from UBP to saludate you!!
    Hola tambien estoy participando en la fiesta, pero hace ya unos meses que soy tu seguidora.
    Saludos!!!!
    Mi blog: MamaXXI
    htpp://mamaxxi.blogspot.com

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  4. That is wonderful to be able to raise your children bilingual! Hope you had fun at the Ultimate Blog Party! I know its over but I'm still partying and visiting some new blogs! :)

    Jenni ("Miss Tutu")
    My UBP blog post: How to Make a Tutu blog - hope you will stop by, say hi, and grab a free tutu making lesson! :) and Mom Blogger $100 Cash Contest

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  5. Great goal. I wanted to teach my son my language as well(I'm Filipino) but his special needs made it difficult. I have not give up though, maybe in time.

    Stopping by from the party, pleased to meet you.

    http://histreasureddaughter.blogspot.com/2010/04/party-time.html

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