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You’re Invited: Celebrating “La Familia de Hoy” with a Bilingual Twitter Fiesta

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Johnson & Johnson and Latina Bloggers Connect. We love celebrating Latino and bicultural families every single day, so we’re thrilled to partner with Johnson & Johnson and Univision in their quest to find “La Familia de Hoy” — a modern, authentic and active family that represents a los hispanos and shares our passions. The three familias that are in the voting stage to become “La Familia de Hoy” and spokes family for Johnson &Read More ...

Celebrating Our Bilingual Kids With #MamiverseReads

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Curling up with our bilingual niños and a good book can be one of the best daily routines we could have. It allows us to interact with our kids in an educational and fun way. Even better if we’re reading to them en español! To celebrate the joy of reading and raising bilingual kids, we’ve joined forces with Mamiverse and their new channel Mamiverse Books to host an interactive Twitter party with great prizes! The main goal of this Twitter party will beRead More ...

Momentos de Calidad Twitter Party with Amway!

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The 51 million Latinos who live in the United States, (and those of us who have married into the familia!) know what a colorful, exciting, and beautiful culture it is. Hispanic Heritage Month which runs from September 15th through October 15th each year, allows us to share all the specialness of nuestra cultura with everyone, and gives us a chance to recognize the achievements of American Latinos. Amway, one of the largest direct selling companies in the world, is joiningRead More ...

Celebrating Dia De Los Niños with Peep

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We´re fast approaching another year of  El Día de los Niños (Day of the Child) festivities and we´re excited to be celebrating a lo grande  the next couple of weeks with a Twitter party, special posts and even a Celebrating Bilingual Readers grand giveaway. Each year the United States Congress names April 30th as El Dia de los Niños to support the intellectual and emotional development of young people.  Over one hundred cities across the nation will be celebrating this day with parades, bookRead More ...

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