This is my family. This is us. And just as you see us pictured is how my son, Leo, met his father for the first time. Earlier this year my husband, who has been an undocumented immigrant for 18 years, finally received his immigration interview after 3 and a half years of waiting and thousands … Continue reading This is… Our Story.
Pascua y Cascarones
Easter is almost here!! And with that one of my favorite traditions: cascarones!! Growing up I remember having Easter egg hunts with my family. We not only used traditional plastic eggs filled with candy but made and used cascarones. Cascarones are actual eggshells filled with confetti that can be decorated however you want. The eggs … Continue reading Pascua y Cascarones
Raising Bilingüe Babies
Growing up I was raised in a predominantly Spanish speaking household and didn’t learn English until I was in first grade. Learning English was never difficult and I picked it up rather fast due to my age. I also went to a bilingual school where they offered Spanish and English kindergarten classes which allowed for … Continue reading Raising Bilingüe Babies
The struggle is real: weight loss!
Weight after pregnancy is an issue for many women. And now more than ever women/we feel obligated to “bounce back” to their/our pre-pregnancy weight. I have always struggled with my weight as well as the way I feel about myself. During a time period in my life, I would binge eat and then go into … Continue reading The struggle is real: weight loss!