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SpanglishBaby Celebrates La Navidad

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Culture/Traditions What Is Noche Buena? A Christmas Gift: 9 Villancicos Navideños {Printable Lyrics PDF} Christmas Carols for Posadas – Villancicos Para Pedir Posadas {Printable} Celebrating Las Posadas: From Mexico to the US Navidad in El Salvador Posadas in Mexico: The Largest Nativity Scene in the World Santa Claus: Does It Matter What Color He Is or What Language He Speaks? A Mexican Holiday in Pictures Your Bicultural Holiday Traditions — A series of posts written by bloggers and our contributors exploring howRead More ...

SpanglishBaby Celebrates La Navidad!

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I’m officially on vacation… and I couldn’t be happier. I don’t plan on doing much the next two weeks, except spend lots of time with my kids and my husband doing pretty much NADA! But before I sign-off until 2013, I just wanted to share with you some of the great Christmas content we’ve gathered throughout the years since we launched SpanglishBaby. After all, this is the fourth holiday season we’re celebrating! From posts about how we celebrate La NavidadRead More ...

Learning Through Celebration

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So Many Ways to Say: Happy Birthday!   Take advantage of Hispanic Heritage Month   Celebrate Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos   Why My Family is Celebrating Día de los Muertos   Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you enjoy your pavo, guajolote, or chompipe!   Posadas in Mexico: The Largest Nativity Scene in the World   The Feast of Los Reyes Magos   Villancicos: A Christmas Tradition   Bicultural Holiday Traditions   An Immersion Adventure in Mexico | Fun,Read More ...

Christmas Means Empezar de Nuevo

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Editor’s note: With today’s post, we begin this year’s Bicultural Holiday Traditions on SpanglishBaby. This season we decided to ask our treasured contributors to share their holiday traditions with all of us! We don’t get tired of saying it: We absolutely love our contributors for the uniqueness and diversity they bring to SpanglishBaby and we’re truly grateful they’re a part of our family ¡Qué lo disfruten! I was torn about what to write for this holiday post, as I amRead More ...

Celebrating Christmas with Hispanic Flavor

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The following is a guest post by Marcela Hede and is part of the Your Bicultural Holiday Traditions series. We love Las Navidades! Typically we celebrate the best of both worlds-the American and the Hispanic one.  I try to introduce our Colombian traditions in a fun way for our son Ian to have great memories of them. At home we place a lot of emphasis on three things that help us celebrate Hispanic style. 1.  Building the pesebre or nativityRead More ...

The Feast of Los Reyes Magos

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The following is a guest post by Silvia and is part of the Your Bicultural Holiday Traditions series. In a perfect world we would spend every year in Mexico during the Christmas Season. I have wonderful memories of getting together each year at my abuelita’s house, of playing with my cousins, enjoying the posadas, drinking the ponche, smacking the piñatas, praying, rocking baby Jesus, hugging everybody, eating after midnight, and coming back the next day for leftovers. Unfortunately, we haven’tRead More ...

Blending Traditions

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The following is a guest post by Dariela and is part of the Your Bicultural Holiday Traditions series. This year I have a list of traditions and activities I want to make that will help bring together the two cultures we have in our family: Venezuelan and American. Since our son is 3 years old and we have a girl on the way, it is already proving to be fun to start these traditions through the holidays: Christmas Books inRead More ...

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