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.
She is continuing to put her words together to form phrases and sentences so that she can make more complex observations (because she has a lot to comment on). Yesterday, for example, I got out of the car and asked Lyon to carry my backpack so I could carry Bilingual Baby into the house. When … Continue reading Stringing Words Together
It's no secret that Spanish is not my native language. I'm still learning and always will be. So I thought I would occasionally post some of the words I've had to look up recently. I have the app for Word Reference on my phone and it saves my recent searches. Espresso -- Surprisingly, the Spanish … Continue reading Words I Recently Looked Up
There are some words that she's very loyal to in Spanish (agua, mas, sientate) and some that she has no problem abandoning once she learns the English.