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A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Chelsea}

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Editor’s note: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this holiday season we asked all of our regular contributors – we’re up to nine! – to just send us a photo that expresses what the holidays mean to them for this collection of Bicultural Christmas Photos. What kind of photo would you have sent in? “I am starting new, multicultural Christmas traditions with my newly blended family this year. The photo is of my stepdaughters and sonRead More ...

A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Tracy}

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Editor’s note: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this holiday season we asked all of our regular contributors – we’re up to nine! – to just send us a photo that expresses what the holidays mean to them for this collection of Bicultural Christmas Photos. What kind of photo would you have sent in? “When I was little, my mother always made cookies around Christmas time. Decorating the sugar cookies with my sisters is an especiallyRead More ...

A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Susan}

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For me the holidays are about spending time with family and participating in traditions together. There is the visit to Santa, sled riding with all of our cousins, midnight mass on Christmas eve, and Christmas dinner at my aunt and uncles’ home with all of our relatives. ...

A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Ericka}

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Editor’s note: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this holiday season we asked all of our regular contributors – we’re up to nine! – to just send us a photo that expresses what the holidays mean to them for this collection of Bicultural Christmas Photos. What kind of photo would you have sent in? “We love to visit and admire various famous Christmas trees around town. One we never miss is our favorite, the Christmas treeRead More ...

A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Kimberly}

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Editor’s note: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this holiday season we asked all of our regular contributors – we’re up to nine! – to just send us a photo that expresses what the holidays mean to them for this collection of Bicultural Christmas Photos. What kind of photo would you have sent in? ...

A Bicultural Christmas Photo {Ruby}

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Editor’s note: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this holiday season we asked all of our regular contributors – we’re up to nine! – to just send us a photo that expresses what the holidays mean to them for this collection of Bicultural Christmas Photos. What kind of photo would you have sent in? “When the holidays are near, I like to sit and create holiday crafts with the kids. It makes us get in theRead More ...

My Son Bears 2011′s Most Popular Name

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Santiago, my baby boy’s name, is number one on BabyCenter en Español’s list of 2011′s most popular names… again! In fact, his name has been at the top of the list since BabyCenter en Español started compiling it back in 2007. To be honest, I didn’t chose my son’s name because of its popularity. In fact, I never really knew about it being the most popular until a couple of years ago. He was born in 2009, but we hadRead More ...

Santa Claus: Does It Matter What Color He Is or What Language He Speaks?

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I have to admit the first time I saw a brown Santa Claus I was taken aback. He didn’t seem right. He didn’t fit into the mold of the Coca-Cola envisioned Santa Claus we’ve all grown up with. This was years ago, and I had honestly not given Santa’s skin color any more thought until a couple of weeks ago when a friend asked a group of us (almost all Latinas) if we cared if the jolly man was brownRead More ...

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