On this episode of Quick Tips we talk with my 4 year old daughter Victoria and her two Spanish speaking friends, Ellie and Chico, about some of our favorite books written by Mo WIllems and what they're thankful for this season.
Many people believe that Day of the Dead is just a Mexican holiday. In reality, many Latin American countries celebrate the departed. In this minisode, we talk about how different countries celebrate the dead and we speak with special guest, Latina mom of 2, Lizzy Rodriguez as she educates us on Dia de Los Muertos and celebrating Day of the Dead in Mexico. How will you celebrate and honor your loved ones today?
Are you afraid that if you introduce a second language your child may have a speech delay? Well, this mom experienced just that, but did not let that stop her from continuing to speak to her son in Español. In today's episode, we talk with Mexican American mom and founder of Raising Español, Analily Morales. We discuss the struggles of raising a nonverbal child, she offers tips and recommendations, and find our how being raised more Americanized has impacted this Latina mom.
On this special minisode of The Latina Mom Legacy Podcast, I have a conversation with my 4 year old bilingual daughter Victoria Grace and her two amiguitos Eli and Chico. We talk about Halloween and review one of our favorite books for the Halloween and Day of the Dead season, Es La Hora de los Esqueletos, It's SqueletonTime.
Are you ready for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos? Does El Cucuy, La Llorona, El Sombreron, or La Cegua mean anything to you? Well, this episode is jam packed with stories, leyendas, and paying tribute to our deceased. Join us with special guest, Latina mom of 2, Lizzy Rodriguez as she educates us on Dia de Los Muertos and celebrating Day of the Dead in Mexico. Are you ready for some fun? Muahahahaha You won't want to miss this one!
Plus check out great resources below on how you can continue the Halloween and Day of the Dead celebration with your familia at home.
Every mom has a story with struggles, dreams, and love for her children. How does this Ecuadorian mamá of 4, veteran wife, and entrepreneur do it? How has this professional educator raised 4 bilingual kids in America while keeping her Ecuadorian traditions alive and what does patacones con cafecito really mean?Listen to this week's podcast as we have our very first guest, Ana Gallegos, and take a closer look at this inspiring mom's story.
Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month with The Latina Mom Legacy Podcast debut! Do you know why we really celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month? Would you love your kids to embrace their Latinidad but have no clue as to how? Would you like some tips that you can start applying hoy?
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