I guess "Amigo" has been around a little more than a year now. It started one day as a game when I drew some eyes and a mouth on my hand and gave the little guy a name and a voice. At first, Bilingual Baby spoke English to him, and Amigo turned to look at … Continue reading Introducing Amigo
Learn this rhyme about a frog and its tail and how if you don't get better today, you'll get better tomorrow. Use it next time your kiddo skins a knee.
This city has been a joy to ride. It is flat as a pancake and has a network of protected bicycle paths.
Over the weekend, Andrea and I traded more words and phrases in English and Spanish than we normally would trade in months.
I finally meet a friend I've never met. "We locked eyes from a block away and started running toward each other."
There are definitely no pale princesses in this book, and kids are asked directly to rethink their own ideals in a tangible, easy-to-grasp way.
Physically, we arrived two weeks ago. But mentally, we have just now really landed.