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.
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.
How the parent in charge of the "majority" (English) language can make a real difference in the target (Spanish) language.
It's hard to catch her on video speaking Spanish, but I managed to get some good ones.
She can recognize an impressive number of letters and she's learning them through games.
I try to fill her ears with Spanish in every moment that I can. Car rides are the perfect time...
She has learned to tell people both how old she is and what month her birthday is in, and she's very patient about telling in either language.