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Raising Bilingual kids…

IMG_0531[1] Our priority is to teach them Spanish….

I have heard so many horrible stories about moms having a hard time with their babies getting them to learn a second language. Personally, I didn’t even thought so much about it. I just did!!

When my first born came to this world I was in the mission to teach him Spanish at all cost, lol …well,  it was not that dramatic. All we did was talk to him a lot, play a lot, dance a lot, etc.. keeping everything NORMAL

Now, Leo is 12 years old and he speaks an almost perfect Spanish, but hey!!! We don’t even speak a perfect Spanish!! 🙂 I am so proud of him!!!..

Speaking with him now, he tells me how he never feel confused as of why he speaks different in school and at home, it was totally normal for him. Now, that he is big enough to understand the important part that Spanish plays in his life and also the opportunities that being bilingual will open for him, He is glad and thankful that we took the time to teach him  a second language.

We are now having our second round with Daniela and we are doing exactly as we did with Leo.. just.. having fun!!!








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5 thoughts on “Raising Bilingual kids…

  1. Let me start off by saying what a beautiful family you have it’s great how you raise your kids key word is Fun , I like your quote anything is possible if you put your mind to it thanks for sharing

  2. That’s great that you are raising your kids to be bilingual. My Bachelor’s degree is in Spanish and I love speaking the language around the house to he kids. It’s been a long time since I’ve spoken it regularly but I guess you could say I’m fluent. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I wish I was bilingual. I speak “holiday” Spanish as my family emigrated there 15 years ago. I’d love to be able to teach the children a foreign language.

    1. It is never too late to learn anything you put your mind to. Thank you for the comment .

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