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How to Raise Multicultural Kids Proud of Their Hispanic Heritage - A Latina Mom's Approach

How to Raise Multicultural Kids Proud of Their Hispanic Heritage - A Latina Mom's Approach

by Janny Perez

I was born in Colombia, raised in Miami, Florida and both of my parents are Colombian as are my siblings.  My husband was born in Bulgaria, immigrated to the U.S when he was 18 years old and his family is also Bulgarian.  Our daughter, Victoria, was born in Manhattan, NY.  She is now 3 years old and we are doing our best to raise her to be in touch with her roots and heritage while also being a proud American.  We cannot assume that our kids will automatically absorb our cultures and languages, so what are things that we can do to help them?

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My Latina Mom Said What? - Powerful Latinas Share their Mom's Most Memorable Sayings

My Latina Mom Said What? - Powerful Latinas Share their Mom's Most Memorable Sayings

by Janny Perez 1 Comment

Growing up with a Latina mom means that you likely have a long list of sayings and things your mom used to say and do that maybe doesn't make sense unless you're Hispanic.  Some of us experienced the infamous chancla (slipper), or the vaporú (Vapor Rub) cure all, and maybe your heart tingles when your hear Sana Sana Colita de Rana (Heal Heal Little Tail of the Frog), I told you it may not make sense! 

So for Mother's Day I wanted to honor and pay an homage to our Latina moms by sharing stories from powerful Latinas that I admire.  See what they have to say...

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6 Hispanic- Latino Birthday Traditions To Pass Down

6 Hispanic- Latino Birthday Traditions To Pass Down

by Janny Perez 1 Comment

My little girl turned 3 on March 27.  We had been celebrating for what seemed like for a month.  Birthdays have always been very special events growing up Latina in Miami.  We adopted Colombian traditions, mixed with Cuban traditions (it was Miami), mixed with American traditions and created our own.  But it got me thinking, how do other Latin countries celebrate birthdays and what do we all have in common?

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Celebrate Your Multicultural Christmas and Make Everyone Happy

Celebrate Your Multicultural Christmas and Make Everyone Happy

by Janny Perez

I am Colombian, my husband is Bulgarian, and our 2 year old daughter is American.  You can call us your now typical American family. Like our family, there are many multicultural families that want to share their customs with their children, but how can we do it in a way that makes Everyone including abuela happy?

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5 Old & New Latino Holiday Traditions We Can Celebrate With our Kids

5 Old & New Latino Holiday Traditions We Can Celebrate With our Kids

by Janny Perez

The holidays are my favorite time of year.  It reminds me of the great times we had as kids (me below), the festive parties my parents used to throw, la musica de parranda and of course the food!  But what about those of us that may not have our families nearby or those whose parents have passed away?  How can we continue and pass down our holiday traditions with our children while creating new traditions?

 

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November Artist Highlight:  Conbon, the Story Behind the Postcard

November Artist Highlight: Conbon, the Story Behind the Postcard

by Janny Perez 5 Comments

I am very proud to introduce you to Conbon, a passionate artist, a teacher, and supporter of our Latino culture.  She is a folk artist who has created several works of art often inspired by images of her proud Latino heritage.

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How to celebrate and honor

How to celebrate and honor "Los Muertos o Difuntos" with our kids

by Janny Perez

In the U.S. most people associate Day of the Dead with Mexican culture but in reality many Latin American the dead or departed are remembered.  Helping our kids Honor and remember the dead or departed in a positive and creative way can help them better deal with their emotions and better understand why we as Latinos honor this tradition.

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Top Hispanic Halloween Costume Ideas & Safety Tips for Your Tricotri!

Top Hispanic Halloween Costume Ideas & Safety Tips for Your Tricotri!

by Janny Perez

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 Coming to an End, Y Ahora Que?

Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 Coming to an End, Y Ahora Que?

by Janny Perez

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America's Top Hispanic Last Names

Fun Facts About America's Top 10 Hispanic Last Names!

by Janny Perez

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Hispanic Heritage, Harvest, & Halloween Month, Vamos a Celebrar!

Hispanic Heritage, Harvest, & Halloween Month, Vamos a Celebrar!

by Janny Perez

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How do you Keep your Latino Legacy Alive?

How do you Keep your Latino Legacy Alive?

by Janny Perez

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Size Chart

How to order the Correct Size

I don't want you to choose the wrong size when you order online.  I know I hate returning things!  To make it easier for you, I created simple, easy-to-read size charts to help you find the right t-shirt size.  Follow these 2 steps.

1) Measure these 2 points, A (Width) & B (Length) on your child's onesies, t-shirts, or on your best fitting t-shirt

Mi Legasi Baby Onesie Size ChartMi Legasi Tshirt Size Chart

2) Find the closest match and order indicated size.

Baby - Infant Onesie Size Chart 0 - 24 Months

Our baby onesies are made of 100% cotton.  They are wider to accommodate growing babies.

Size

Width - A Length - B
0-6 Months 8 1/2" 13 3/4"
6-12 Months 9 1/4" 14 1/4"
12-18 Months 9 3/4"

15"

 

18-24Months

10 1/4" 16 1/4"

 

Toddler Size Chart 2 - 4 Years

Our toddler t-shirts are made of 100% cotton.  They accommodate most toddlers 2-4 Years of age.

Size

Width - A Length - B
2-4 Years 11 3/4"" 16 3/4"

 

Child and Youth T-shirt Size Chart 6 -14 Years

Our child and youth t-shirts are made of 100% cotton.  They accommodate most kids 6-14 Years of age.  If you are a petite small woman you may consider the 14-16 years Size t-shirt.

Size

Width - A Length - B
6 - 8 Years 13" 18 1/2"
10 - 12 Years 15" 20"
14 - 16 Years 16 3/4"

22 1/2

 

Juniors T-shirt Size Chart

Our Junior Girls t-shirts are made of 95% cotton and 5% spandex.  They are very form fitting and stretchy.  They accommodate teens or women looking for a snug t-shirt fit.

Size

Width - A Length - B Waist
M 15" 24 1/2" 13"
L 15 1/2" 25 3/4" 13 1/2"
XL 16 1/4"

26 1/2"

14 1/4"

Women's Unisex T-shirt Size Chart S - XL

Our soft unisex t-shirts are made of 100% cotton.  They work for both men and women.  Great if you want a looser, more relaxed fit.

Size

Width - A Length - B
S 18" 26 1/2"
M 19 1/4" 28 1/4"
L 20 1/2"

30"

XL

21 1/2" 31 3/4"

 

Not the right size after all? No worries, you can return and exchange it for the right size. Check out our return policy for more details.