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10 Blogs by Latinos or Latinas You Should Check Out

Blogging

A while back, I posted a list of 10 Blogs Worth Reading. A few more were added in the comments section of that post from readers. Since then, I’ve come across many new blogs, but specifically, many that are written by fellow Latinos and Latinas. I’ve also connected with many Latinos on twitter and even […]

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Learning Spanish with Bilingual Toys – Contest & Review

Giveaways

Most of you already know that we are a bi-cultural family and I myself am bilingual. As such, my husband and I decided that we would make an effort to raise our children bilingually so they could learn both English and Spanish. So far, our daughter is doing a great job of acquiring both languages […]

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What Does Being Latina Mean to Me?

Puerto Rico

****This post was originally posted in March 2009 at Family Eden. Since that blog is no longer active, I wanted to share with you.**** I’ve been asked a difficult question. I was asked to write about what it means to me to be a Latina. To be honest, I’ve never really given it much thought. […]

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Little Pim Foreign Language DVD Review

preschoolers

As part of a recent collaboration I had with Little Pim, they sent me the first DVD of the Little Pim Spanish series for review. You may have seen me carrying a Little Pim bag at BlogHer and may have even received a demo from me. Little Pim is a foreign language DVD series that […]

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Words Will Never Hurt Me…

Parenting

There is this thing in the Latino culture where your parents, or other relatives, will often say “terms of endearment” that if were said in the English language would be down-right insulting and offensive. Examples: Spanish term/phrase English Translation Esta gordita! She’s fat! Negrita Dark-skinned girl SpanglishBaby just posted this past week about this issue. […]

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