There will likely come a time when your child no longer wants to speak your target language with you. It doesn't mean you did anything wrong. It just happens when you're speaking anything but the majority language. I have been heading it off with Bilingual Baby for a while now, and some days I feel … Continue reading Speaking Spanish at Home: 5 Tricks That Work for Us
I've never worried about her getting confused by her exposure to both English and Spanish (and the French she learns at school). But this is one case where it makes sense to start with Spanish, and just leave the English alone for now.
Bilingual Baby wonders why she has dimples over the knuckles in her chubby little hand; I wonder how to say "dimple" and "knuckle" in Spanish. Typical us.
It's hard to catch her on video speaking Spanish, but I managed to get some good ones.
It’s hard to speak Spanish here. I’ll be honest—you don’t need it.
She's always known two words for everything she learns, but now she's beginning to learn multiple words in the same language that mean something similar. Synonyms in Spanish!
She can recognize an impressive number of letters and she's learning them through games.