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Who am I? The everlasting multicultural question

Bringing up children is a fantastic journey but it’s also a challenging one. More than you might imagine you’re propelled into your own childhood and have to consider what you want (or don’t want!) to pass on to your kids. 504 more words

Bilingual Families

Voices of Immigration

by Kimberly Blacutt

“Today, migration affects nearly every country in the world, either as a point of origin, transit, or destination and often, all three at once,” according to a 2014 United Nations Population Fund report. 807 more words


5 Latina Superpowers: Dr. Zoppi Rodriguez

Last October, I was honored to write an article about the Borinqueneers, a battalion formed by thousands of young Puerto Ricans that served in the US Army during World War I, World War II and the Korean conflict. 604 more words

About Tea and Excel sheets in bicultural couples!

Talking with couples about experience as parents, especially parents influenced by their respective home countries, is always exciting. Lots of laughs, pauses for reflection, and also moments in which the couple discover things about each other… 421 more words


Monday Music: Celts from coast to coast

I’ve been walking on beaches and listening to the sounds of the surf.

Driving back to Sydney from my South Coast refuge, my friend put on my… 103 more words


Bilingual Siblings: Gibberish or Exploring New Languages?

After a great and sunny break, here news from the book project, Bilingual Families: Bringing Up Children between Cultures (learn more here). I have already interviewed 18 couples and single parents about their experiences of multilingual parenting. 614 more words


Weekly photo challenge: Dialogue

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that fish and chips served in the open air, must be in want of a seagull.

Or several.

Apologies to Jane Austen. 40 more words