Roxana A. Soto
I'm a Peruvian immigrant who moved to Miami at 14 after living in Argentina, Mexico and South Africa. I'm a bilingual, multimedia journalist with over 20 years experience. I'm the co-founder of SpanglishBaby, a site for parents raising bilingual and bicultural children, and the co-author of Bilingual is Better. But my most important role is that of mom of 2 kids whom my husband and I are raising between two worlds and with two languages.I know I'm Latina when...
my children call me mami.
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Ya no falta mucho para que llegue el invierno, y lo más probable es que tu piel sea la más afectada y tú ni te des cuenta. Vivo en uno de los estados más secos del país, así que siempre me estoy preocupando por hidratar mi piel. Pero aún si vives en lugares que tienden a ser más húmedos, lo cierto es que entre las gélidas temperaturas, la calefacción y las duchas con agua hirviendo que la mayoría de nosotras solemos tomar para calentar un poco nuestros cuerpos, nuestra piel tiende a deshidratarse más que nunca.
Así que aquí te comparto unos consejitos para que mantengas tu piel hidratada ahora que llega el invierno:
There is nothing that bores children more than going to a party for adults where no one has thought about them and their needs. So if you don't want your Thanksgiving feast to be ruined by a few bored kids or you're worried that your children won't be able to last too long at the dinner you've been invited to, here are five tips to make sure they're entertained and a good time can be had by all!
Congratulations on your pregnancy! One of the most exciting parts of being pregnant is finding out the sex of your baby. Although, these days, you can find out as early as at the 13-week mark, there are a bunch of traditional tricks you can use to determine if you're having a boy or a girl way before that and without the need of an ultrasound. Some call them old wives tales, but many swear by them. Good thing is that none of them are harmful to you or your baby, so give them a try by taking this quiz and find out!Continue Reading >
I love reading to my kids. Books have always helped me explain certain concepts and traditions to them and Christmas is no exception. Although we don't own a bunch of bilingual books about the holidays, we do have a couple of really good ones and, through the years, I've found several more at our local library.
Check out my list of recommendations:Continue Reading >
It's hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is right around the corner. This is a favorite holiday for Latinos because it brings together all the things we love: spending time with family and good friends while eating delicious food. It's also a great time to teach little ones about the true meaning of el Día de Acción de Gracias. In other words, we can take advantage of this day to teach or kids about gratitude and being thankful for even the smallest things in our lives. One of the easiest ways to do that is by reading them books like the ones below, which happen to be bilingual or in Spanish.Continue Reading >