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About: Ana Flores

Ana L. Flores is co-founder of SpanglishBaby and co-author of the book, "Bilingual is Better." A bicultural and bilingual mom who is committed to holding on to her heritage, for over 15 years she's been dedicated to creating content by and for Latinos in the U.S. and in Latin America. Now, through and, her boutique agency connecting brands to Latina bloggers, she is living her dream of being a self-motivated entrepreneur and sharing the stories and resources which matter the most to her. Su casa is now in L.A. where family traditions from Mexico, El Salvador, the Netherlands and the U.S. are dearly embraced...en español.

Twitter: @laflowers

A Day at the Fiesta del Sol San Diego

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Gracias to Huggies Brand for this sponsored post. Last week I shared with you that I had been invited by Huggies to host the area they had set up in Fiesta del Sol San Diego. I was there last Sunday meeting so many Latino families from Souther California and even Tijuana. Parents with little ones were super excited to see the Huggies diaper changing mobile station making it’s very first appearance at this festival before it heads out to otherRead More ...

Latino Americans on PBS + Educational Curriculum in English and Spanish

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The start of Hispanic Heritage Month is still a couple of months away, but we can’t wait to let you know about  LATINO AMERICANS — the first major (and bilingual!) documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos. The much-anticipated series, narrated by Benjamin Bratt, will air on PBS on September and October, 2013: Tuesdays – September 17, September 24 and October 1 – 8-10 p.m. ET. Additionally, the series will broadcast nationally in Spanish on Vme, the Spanish-language channel on publicRead More ...

20 Expert Tips on Raising Kids to be World Citizens

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The world has definitely become smaller the more connected we are. It’s much easier for anyone these days to be globally minded and connect with someone in the other side of the world and to learn about different cultures without leaving your home. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that individual societies are also more open and diverse racially, culturally and ethnically. Some days when you turn on the news it actually feels like whole groups are becoming much more closedRead More ...

SpanglishBaby Travels to Knott’s Soak City {Video}

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This post is sponsored by Toyota. As always, all opinions are our own. My 8-year-old niece flew in from El Salvador with my mom to visit for two weeks. Those two weeks it was for my girl as close as it gets to having una hermana. They loved and fought each other all day over cualquier cosa tonta. That, and the fact that they would only speak to each other in English, was driving us a bit insane, butRead More ...

What a 6-Year-Old Girl thinks of the Movie “Turbo” {Video}

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Camila has decided she also wants to be a blogger. We’ve agreed that she can help me review movies, books, toys and such. Of course, I want her to do the videos in Spanish, but she feels more at ease in English (sigh…). We watched Dreamwork’s newly release family movie a few weeks ago and both her and her prima who was visiting from El Salvador laughed out loud the whole time. This was great to see since my girlRead More ...

Join Huggies and SpanglishBaby in San Diego!

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Gracias to Huggies Brand for this sponsored post. This weekend San Diego, CA will be bustling with Fiesta del Sol, its largest Latino festival, and I’ll be joining Huggies there to be part of the celebrations of their newly announced California Puts Huggies to the Test.  This initiative encourages parents in the Southern California area to put Huggies new and improved products to the summer “fest” test. Aside from providing festival goers with a free mobile changing station (whose tour kicksRead More ...

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