As a Latina mom it’s important for me that my child grows up understanding our family’s Christmas traditions. As Latinos, there are many traditions you can embrace and pass down. It’s a way we can honor our history while embracing and creating new traditions of our own. Every family has their own traditions, whether it’s hosting a tamalada, attending la Misa de Gallo, or making natilla and buñuelos, you can incorporate any of these holiday traditions, even with your youngest of kids. Check out the list of Hispanic Christmas Traditions you can pass down...
I never thought I would say this, but I've seriously become my mom, not a regular mom, but a Latina mom, and yes there's a big difference! I remember growing up, rolling my eyes at the things my mom would do that were, well different than other moms. I didn't think much of it back then but now looking back I completely get it. I can now find humor and see my 3 year old daughter rolling her eyes at the things I do, but I hope that one day she too can look back and appreciate these different things.