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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 ...

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 ...

Our Clue for the Pinterest Scavenger Hunt is Here!

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Multicultural Kid Blogs Pinterest Scavenger Hunt Giveaway

Yesterday we announced we’re participating in the Multicultural Kid Blogs Pinterest Scavenger Hunt. The hunt officially launched yesterday with two clues (find them here and here) and today it’s our turn to give you a clue! SpanglishBaby´s Pinterest Scavenger Hunt Clue: Five easy ways to be committed to your child’s language learning And be sure to head over to The Squishable Baby to find the other clue for today and to Be Bilingual for tomorrow’s! Here’s how it works: CreateRead More ...

Multicultural Kid Blogs Pinterest Scavenger Hunt

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I’m very excited to see that the community of multicultural parenting blogs has been growing so much over the last few years. Maybe some of you have already been following the World Citizen Wednesday feature found in many blogs, like our contributor Becky’s Kid World Citizen, that is part of a fabulous new Multicultural Kid Blogs group we’ve just joined. The Multicultural Kid Blogs have slowly been building their presence on the web — first with a Facebook page, then a subscriptionRead More ...

¡Vamos al Circo! Family Fun at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey

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My girl has had one complaint for me this whole year: “I’ve never, ever, ever been to the circus, mamá!” She’s right. For one reason or another, even as active and out-there we always are, we had never had the chance to go to the circus. So when we got an invitation to check out “The Greatest Show on Earth” — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey present “Built to Amaze” — I jumped all over it. It turned outRead More ...

Visiting La Paz, México: A Trip to Nature, A Trip to Basics

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This post is sponsored by Disney Story. To find out more about this brand-new story-creation app - and how it puts the power of storytelling in your hands - click here. It’s no secret to those that know me either online or “in real life” that I have a true passion for all things México. The five years I spent living in that country solidified my adoration for it. While there I traveled the country as much as I could, but there’s just so much more to explore.Read More ...

5 Eco-Conscious Ways to Enjoy the Summer En Familia

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This post is sponsored by Toyota. ¡Gracias! Even though summer officially started just over a week ago, I feel like we’ve been at it for a while now since my girl has been out of school for three weeks. Aside from the fun Spanish arts camp she’s attending, we’re finding different ways to enjoy the city we live in and its surroundings without leaving a huge footprint in our wallet or the environment. Not only have we been going toRead More ...

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