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Growing up in a German-American household

“Nazi”

It was amazing how many of my middle school classmates felt that I had single-handedly caused World War II. And just in case, I, as a twelve year old did not cause enough destruction, my German counterparts would ask about Native Americans and the War on Terror. 537 more words

Blending: Newlywed Daily Life

Today marks four months of marriage. I’m totally counting (and celebrating!) each month but Natán told me just to let him know once we’ve reached a year. 469 more words

Honduras

Our Last Day in Florida

Soló Un Día Más

I promised myself that if I did a blog I wanted to make sure I didn’t make our move seem simple and stress free.   542 more words

Uno: De donde vengo y a donde voy?

Title translation- One: Where do I come from and where am I going?

First blog… Like my parents would reply, “Y eso con que se come?” (Literal translation: “With what do you eat that?” But what they mean is, “WTF is that?”) But here I am, and honestly I’ve been thinking about it for a while but I had no idea what I would write about. 629 more words

Raising A Bilingual Baby

I grew up speaking four different languages and I understood atleast six languages in India. Everybody in my country is pretty much multilingual. You learn English in school, Hindi is our national language spoken quite widely by people, Marathi is our state language again spoken by the people of the state and taught in school very extensively and then if you happen to have a different mother tongue which I did, Bengali, you would learn that from errmm your mother! 1,093 more words

Mummy Blog

Latinx Community Raising Bilingual Children

Ever since I decided to raise my daughters in a bilingual world I knew that I didn’t fit the profile of the many “how to raise a bilingual child”  books I was reading. 514 more words

Our Last Day in Florida

Soló Un Día Más

I promised myself that if I did a blog I wanted to make sure I didn’t make our move seem simple and stress free.   542 more words