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Winters are hard for this costeña girl. They make me homesick. But a sopita usually helps. What is your favorite latin-style soup? After 1,000 years living in the United States, I still don’t get used to accept that winters don’t equal to beach, sunshine, and paletas like Ecuador’s winters. I think coming from the Equator […]

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Before my first baby was born, when I still had not decided on a name or the type of diapers I was going to use, there was something I was clear about: that girl was going to be bilingual. As enthusiastic I felt about that goal of mine, I was also aware that I didn’t […]

The post Bilingual Baby: 3 Ways to Raise a Bilingual Child appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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Our 2019 HISPANIC HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATION CALENDAR is a helpful tool to learn about the holidays and celebrations that make each Hispanic country so unique and culturally rich. From religious holidays to historical events, this calendar will teach us all one thing or two about the Hispanic World. The 2019 Hispanic Holidays Calendar features most […]

The post Download our 2019 Hispanic Holidays Calendar appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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Costa Rica. Colombia. Mexico. Argentina. Those are the places where some of my mom friends are going to celebrate Christmas in a few days. They are immigrant moms like me and I understand how much these trips mean to them. After all these years living in the United States, I would have imagined that at […]

The post ¡Échale ganas mija! 5 Tips to Celebrate The Holidays When You Are An Immigrant Mom appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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I love the spirit of this time of the year where we are more willing to pause, reflect, and give thanks for all the things that we have. They say that “gratitude is the heart’s memory,” and I can’t agree more. It’s so important to walk the roads of life with a grateful heart and […]

The post Giving Thanks and FREE Thank You Cards in Spanish appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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Ready for November? Kick off the month of gratitud with 10 bilingual books about Thanksgiving. Enjoy stories with powerful messages about the importance of a grateful heart. Books are great resources to bring the spirit of the holiday and to practice español!  Let me know which book is your favorite one and if I am […]

The post 10 Bilingual Books about Thanksgiving appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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A few years ago, while working for the Cultural Program of Raleigh, I had the opportunity to participate in the planning of a city event for the Day of the…

The post 7 Things to do for Day of the Dead With Your Children appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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CONFESSION: I am passionate about learning history, especially history related to Hispanics. And, of course, films based about events that marked Latin America’s past are my favorites to watch. I…

The post 5 Films Based in Latin America That Impacted Me appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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“Oh my goodness we’re back again…” I have been absent for a few months, but I am back! If there is something that motherhood has taught me is the importance…

The post Hispanic Mama’s Back, All Right appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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Last week people in Spain were celebrating La Tomatina, a yearly festival in which participants throw tomatoes at each other. My seven-year old was very intrigued about this peculiar event and…

The post 7 Cultural Activities for Global Learning at Home appeared first on Hispanic Mama.

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