The Gifts We Get And Give


Guest post by Melissa Minchala of Mis Hijos También, where she seeks to create a community of Hispanic parents that can support each other in their traditions. Melissa is the first born child to an immigrant Ecuadorian father and first generation Puerto Rican mother and is a mother of 4 children. Find Melissa on her […]

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Remembering When


For this week’s Viernes Social, instead of a contest, we’re featuring a heartfelt guest post from a local Latina blogger. I appreciate the post she wrote, as it’s nice to hear about motherhood past the preschool or teenage years. Guest post by Maria Padilla of Orlando Latino. Maria is a journalist who formerly worked at […]

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Latina-Inspired Graphic Tees – Win a “Mamacita” Shirt


This week’s Viernes Social highlights a Latina-owned company. We’re featuring KC Tees, an LA-based company that makes Latina-inspired graphic t-shirts. Their shirts have messages in both English and Spanish, including Peace (Paz), Love (Amor), Faith (Fe), and Fuerte (Strong), among others. As told by the owner, “the line was created with the objective of inspiring […]

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SpanglishBaby’s Bicultural Holiday Traditions

Puerto Rico

Starting today, SpanglishBaby, is hosting 7 days of Mamás Blogueras (Blogging Moms) and highlighting posts about our bi-cultural holiday traditions. I’m honored to be 1 of the 7 mamis being featured! You can find my post up today: Embracing Puerto Rican Christmas Traditions. A little excerpt for you: Growing up, we always knew Navidad had […]

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In Other News…


I cannot believe it’s already the middle of October. And here in Florida, it’s still in the mid-90s most days! It definitely doesn’t feel like fall. Yet, many stores around here already have their Christmas sections up. Unbelievable. Anyway, I wanted to take the time to share with you some recent and upcoming events going […]

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