I'm a design expert, Spanish speaking mami to multicultural daughter, Victoria Grace, and my passion is helping families Connect, Create, and Carry On their Hispanic Heritage...creating a LegaSi.
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With over 12,000 readers to date, traffic in the top 10% of stores that launched a year ago on Shopify, and a passion for teaching, sharing, and helping other moms, I am thrilled to add the title of Latina mom blogger to my resume!Read this week's post!
Having trouble potty training? This choo choo potty training chart will help your little one during their potty training journey. After every successful trip to...View full product details
Having trouble potty training? This potty training chart will help your little one during their potty training journey. After every successful trip to the potty...View full product details
Need Spanish Valentine's Day Cards for Your Familia? These FREE Valentines are ready to print and give out to Abuela, Tia, Mami, or Papi! You...View full product details
Having trouble potty training? Download and print this free potty training chart and help your little one during their potty training journey. After every...View full product details
Need some ayuda on getting your toddler to sleep? Here's my personal bedtime sleep routine sticker chart. Reward your child with every full night of...View full product details
Raising a bilingual child is not an easy task and as a parent, you have to use every opportunity you can to expose them to the language. Research shows that there are many benefits to raising bilingual children, including making them smarter and offering the opportunity to earn more income as adults. Exposing them to the language is key, whether it's reading to them, speaking to them, having them watch programs in another language, music, and yes play. In my case, I teach my daughter Spanish and I try to make teaching fun, after all, she is my biggest critic! Here's my list for...