Do you know what really happens to your kids’ teeth when they eat a caramel? What should you give a teething baby and is fluoride really bad for kids? In this episode, I have a Latina mom of 1 with a multicultural family who’s going to educate you on oral health like never before. She’s an accomplished Pediatric Dentist and buñuelo lover, Ivy Fua.
Join us as she answers many questions about your children’s oral health and provides tips on how you can help take care of it. Plus, she shares her tips on raising a bilingual baby in a multicultural home, and we even talk about who’s really to blame for the Coronavirus, asi que no te lo pierdas!
Worried about increased screen time? You should be. In this episode, I have a Latina mom of 2 with a multicultural family who’s going to give us all the facts that we need to know about eye health. She’s an accomplished Optometrist and owner of Ooh La La Optometry in California, Dr. Ana Vargas.
Join us as she answers your most concerning questions and offers tips on what we can do to take care of our family’s eye health. Plus, she shares her difficulties in raising bilingual kids, her favorite Nicaraguan dish, and how you can get a discounted eye exam if you’re in the Cali area, asi que no te lo pierdas!
How can you successfully raise bilingual kids? What are you doing wrong? In this episode I have a Latina mom of 4 who’s going to answer those questions. She’s been a Spanish teacher for over a decade and just so happens to be my daughter, Victoria’s Spanish teacher, Ana Gallegos Yavorsky.
Join us as she gives us 5 Steps to Raising Bilingual Kids Successfully. Learn tips straight from this professional and how you can apply them into your lives. Plus, find out how you can get a $50 Amazon gift card when you sign up for her new Spanish program.
Why should you raise your kids connected to their Latino culture? What can you do to help them learn Español? In this episode, we’re kicking off Hispanic Heritage month, with an expert Latina mom of 2 who’s going to help answer those questions. She’s the award-winning author of Arroz con Pollo and Apple Pie, a parenting topic expert, and cohost of Mamas 411 podcast, Maritere Rodriguez Bellas.
Join us as she gives us professional tips on raising bilingual, bicultural kids, and shares with us her parenting advice on the chancla culture. Plus, we’ll share with us how you can access her many resources for free.
How are you going to navigate Back to School during the pandemic? What should you be doing right now? On today’s show I have a Latina mom of 1 who’s going to answer those questions. She’s a licensed counselor and former elementary school teacher recently featured on The Today Show, she’s also a salsa and pastelón lover, Vanessa de Jesus Guzman.
Join us as she gives us 5 Back to School Stress Reducing Tips to help us cope in this Covid-19 era. Plus, we answer your questions and if you stay til the end you’ll receive one of Vanessa’s mindfulness freebies to empower you and your child.
Did you know that cool bilingual children’s music exists with the sounds we love like cumbia, salsa, or even reggaetón? In this episode, I have the Latin Grammy award-winning husband and wife duo behind 123 Andres, Andres and Christina that show us exactly that.
Join us as we talk about the mission behind their music, they reveal the truth about the Latin Grammys and find out who swears by Vicks and pan de bonos. Plus, they’ll share what they’ll be giving away for our Christmas in July Spectacular.
Can you imagine thinking that your child simply has a cold and then she’s diagnosed with diabetes and celiac disease? On this episode, I have a Latina mom of 1, Liliana Caldera that shares her family’s frightening story.
Join us we talk about diabetic symptoms, how she’s treating her recently diagnosed daughter, and her advice to other moms that may be going through this. Plus, we talk about raising her bilingual daughter and her favorite Mexican summer traditions.
How do you feel about black lives? How you feel about black Latinos.
On today’s show, I have a Dominican mom of 3, she’s a fashion entrepreneur, and founder ofLaDi, Laura Diaz-Alberto.
Join us we have a very candid and enlightening conversation about race in America and the Latino community, her struggle raising bilingual boys, and how her maternity fashion brand embraces inclusivity.
If you stick around to the end you’ll receive a special discount code for her online shopLadi With a Babythat not only will bring a little class into your life but you’ll feel good about supporting a black Latinx brand, asi que no te lo pierdas.
Do you want to raise a bilingual child and are simply overwhelmed by the amount of information out there?
On today’s show, I have a Latina mom of 2, she’s a teacher, an entrepreneur, and founder of Nene Bilingue, Veronica Villa, better known as Vero.
Join us as she provides 5 practical techniques for raising bilingual children, we talk about the struggles of being quarantined, and traditions that she’s like to pass down to her kids.
Plus, you’ll want to stick around to the end to receive 12 Free Bilingual Book Buddies Newsletters filled with practical bilingual activities you can do with your kids right in the comfort of your home, asi que no te lopierdas.
Are you concerned about your child’s speech or language development? Are you raising a bilingual child and you feel like your child may have a delay?
On today’s show, I have a Latina mom of 1 that will help answer all of these questions. She’s a 9 year bilingual speech language pathologist, a busy working mom, and sancocho lover, Carolina Marroquin.
Join us as we talk about myths surrounding language and speech development in bilingual kids, age appropriate milestones that will help us better understand language development in kids, and tips on things we can do right at home to help our kids language development, plus we’ll talk about her favorite traditions and what she’d like to pass down to her son. Asi que, no te lo pierdas.
Coronavirus has turned everyone's life upside down. So, how are you coping with your new norm as a mom? On today's show, we talk with 9 moms that share their tips, struggles, and truths about how they're coping with quarantine, homeschooling, working from home, and just everyday life. Join us as we talk to these Latina moms across America:
Are you afraid of losing your job? Are you trying to figure out how to save more money and have more cash in your pocket?
On today’s show, I offer you 10 personal money saving tips that I am doing right now to make my money stretch farther. The norm is a bit scary but finding easy ways that you can save can give you a bit more peace of mind during this uncertain time.
Have you all of a sudden become a homeschooling mom or dad because of Coronavirus? Are you simply clueless as to what you can do at home with your child?
On today’s show, I have a Latina tia, my sister, that’s going empower us with tips and activities that we can do with our kids at home if we're homeschooling or under quarantine and tell us what's the biggest mistake we can make during this time of uncertainty.
Are your New Year’s goals of getting in shape or living a healthier lifestyle starting to fade? Do you feel like you just don’t have the time or energy because you’re too busy running around after the kids?
On today’s show, I have a Latina mom of 1 that’s going empower us get back on track of our fitness goals. She’s empowering everyday moms just like us through her Free facebook group, she’s a Capirotada fan, and founder of mommyfitlifestyle.com, Jessica Arizaga-Ortega.
Do you think that owning a home is an impossible dream? Do you feel that you have too much debt or not enough saving to even consider owning property? Well on today’s show, I have a Latina mom of 1 that’s going to empower you to leave your fears behind. She’s empowering the Latinx community through home buying education, she’s a bandeja paisa lover, and my personal accountability buddy, Carolina Builes.
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